Clinica del diritto dell'immigrazione e della cittadinanza
The clinica del diritto dell’Immigrazione e della cittadinanza dell’Università degli Studi Roma Tre was founded in 2010 - initially as an experimental laboratory - resulting, thus, one of the first Italian experiences of clinical teaching of law, as well as the first one ever to provide a service open to the public within the premises of the University itself.
Starting from the 2011/2012 a.y., in addition to the semester course in immigration law and international protection, which participation average is about 25 students a year, the Clinic supports a front office (or legal desk) - open all year around - where students provide guidance on the rights of migrants and asylum seekers, under the supervision of two lawyers with experience in immigration law. The front office has become a landmark in the city, reaching an average of about 200 users a year. A further data that confirms the importance of the Clinic in ensuring access to justice for migrants and asylum seekers is the average of the international protection appeals for filed in the courts: more than 80 per year, as well as the percentage of favorable outcomes: more than 80%.