UCL Public International Law Pro Bono Project featured in UCL Teaching & Learning case study
28 January 2019
The project aims to bring together UCL Laws Masters students, PhD students and staff with human rights organisations to deliver cutting edge research.
The case study also reveals how the project uses a multi-layered feedback process to deliver cutting-edge research; and how it develops students’ skills and learning beyond the classroom.
Through the project, the students carry out legal research under the direction of UCL Laws academic staff and doctoral students, and provide analysis and advice to partner agencies in support of their human rights protection work. The UCL Public International Law Pro Bono Project was honoured with a Provost's Education Award in 2018 (pictured above) in recognition of its outstanding contribution to the learning experience and success of their students.
You can read the UCL Public International Law Pro Bono Project case study in full on the UCL Teaching & Learning Portal.