Justice Centre is committed to investing in future generations of human rights professionals.
We have more than a decade of experience in delivering clinical legal education programmes. We have successfully run clinical legal education programmes with academic partners including the Chinese University of Hong Kong, the University of Hong Kong, the University of Cambridge and the Queensland University of Technology.
Graduates of our programmes have gone on to become refugee and public interest lawyers, representing protection claimants in Hong Kong’s asylum screening process, and working on public interest law issues around the world.
Our team at Justice Centre also believes that human rights education should start at a young age, and encourages high school students to consider the wider issues facing the communities they live amongst.
Our tailored Young Advocates Programme is an opportunity for high school students between 15-18 years of age to explore their interest in law, psychology, social sciences, human rights and politics.
Learn more about our educational programmes for university and high school students.