This work is the result of research on two concepts of enormous importance for legal education in Ibero-America: clinical legal education as a pedagogical model in construction and strategic litigation as a tool for social and political advocacy. It is considered that the process of building clinics in the region is a milestone in Ibero-American legal education and there is evidence to support it, since these are parallel stories that were strengthened by the exchanges of learning and experiences through the networks. This is followed by an in-depth study of the agenda of clinics and the priority issues of Human Rights in Ibero-America. This examination is based on real cases that the clinics have worked on. It concludes in the need for the emergence of new clinics and more research projects.
|Translated title of the contribution||Clinical Legal Education and Strategic Litigation in Ibero-America|
|Publisher||Universidad del Rosario|
|State||Published - Jan 1 2015|