Ressorts

The ressorts (AG) are self-organised, and bring any
results or suggestions under attention of the council.
At the moment, Refugee Law Clinic consists of the following ressorts:

 

 

Ressort Lectures/Workshops

responsible: Emily/Leonie
contact: vortrag[ät]rlcl.de

 

We offer a variety of lectures, for example about the European asylum system, the Dublin regulations, the asylum process or upcoming tightening of asylum law. Other topics and workshops are available upon request.


 

Ressort Finance

responsible: Niko
contact: finanzen[ät]rlcl.de

We administer the organisation’s bank account and look for future financing possibilities. These can be funds, foundations, prizes, donations, crowdfunding, selling pies etc. All ideas are welcome!

 


 

Ressort Public Relations

responsible: Leonie
contact: pr[ät]rlcl.de

 

We answer questions of the press, give interviews, manage the homepage and inform the public regularly of any current activities of the Refugee Law Clinic by means of our newsletter.


 

Ressort Education

responsible: Robin
contact: ausbildung[ät]rlcl.de

 

We organise the lecture programme, the tutorials and case studies. We attract lawyers, counsellors and those with experience in other professional fields who have the competence to teach in our training programme.


 


 

Ressort Interpreters

responsible: Donata
contact: sprachmittlung[ät]rlcl.de

We are responsible for our network of interpreters, who work on an honorary basis. We are continually striving to expand on this network. It is our goal to be able to have recourse to as expansive a reservoir of languages as possible.
Neither prior knowledge of the discipline nor the jargon involved are prerequisite for joining, since we offer an extensive training programme to this effect.

 


 

Ressort Legal Counsel

responsible: Donata
contact: beratung[ät]rlcl.de

 

We provide the actual legal counselling. To improve the quality of our legal advice, we regularly hold meetings in which we exchange experiences and discuss specific cases.