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The Clinical Center for Law and Society

Our Director

Dr. Ruthy Lowenstein-Lazar

Director of The Clinical Center for Law and Society

Dr. Ruthy Lowenstein-Lazar, Director of The Clinical Center of Law and Society, is a graduate of York University, University of Ottawa, and University of Haifa. She has been a visiting professor at Haifa University

Her main research topics are criminal procedure, sex offenses, violence against women, gender and law, clinical law, and law and social change. Her recent publications, Interdisciplinary Clinical Education – On Empowerment, Women, and a Unique Clinical Model, and The Vindictive Wife- Complainants’ Credibility in Cases of Wife Rape, were published in Clinical Law Review.


The Striks School of Law array of law clinics is open to students from their second year of studies. The law clinics enable students to accrue professional experience that incorporates the advancement of equality and social change. Over the years, thousands of students have taken part in the law clinics, benefiting from an informative and empowering fieldwork experience and acquiring skills that will serve them in good stead in their future legal work. The changes effected by the school’s law clinics impact on society at large. The clinics promote social change by offering individual legal assistance, initiating macro-level projects including drafting legislative proposals and position papers, organizing workshops and conferences on diverse subjects, and initiating various community projects. The law clinics offer clinical programs and seminars facilitated by prominent academics and experienced lawyers

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