Title: Taking Justice to People in Crisis: Mobile Clinics

Lead Presenter: David Tushaus


  1. Britane Hubbard
  2. Danixia Cuevas
  3. Mallory Saladen

Session Abstract: This presentation will use a case study of Nepal mobile legal clinics to demonstrate how to create projects to serve those in crisis. Lack of access to help with legal problems affects people who are displaced by natural disasters (e.g. floods or hurricanes) or other life circumstances, like gender-based violence. This Nepal case study will look at mobile clinics used to reach out to both kinds of survivors. The international team that created and evaluated these mobile clinics will discuss the results of the surveys of participants in the projects. The session’s main objective is to encourage others to consider the mobile legal clinic model and to create a plan to serve one or more segments of their population.

Session Material:

  1. Handout for Taking Justice to the People Session
  2. Taking Justice to People in crisis public

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