Appropriate Dispute Resolution Clinic (ADRC)
The Appropriate Dispute Resolution Clinic (ADRC) ensures that Bhutan’s centuries-old traditional dispute resolution practices continue to flourish and adapt as Bhutan develops and modernizes. It works collaboratively with Bhutan’s traditional and local dispute resolution practitioners as well as formal institutions that support them to strengthen traditional dispute resolution practices.
The Appropriate Dispute Resolution Clinic provides students the opportunity to expand their range of dispute resolution tools used when solving problems, they learn about alternatives to formal court proceedings and deepen their knowledge of traditional Bhutanese dispute resolution practice.Read More
Social Enterprise Clinic
The Social Enterprise Clinic (SEC) is designed for students who see themselves entering Bhutan’s emerging transactional and corporate practice. It is focused on cottage industries, small and medium-sized businesses, and cooperatives.
Social Enterprise Clinic refuse to accept that ‘business is war,’ and invite our students to engage their legal skills and creativity towards helping idealistic and socially minded entrepreneurs build sustainable business models in communities across Bhutan.Read More
Human Dignity Clinic
The Human Dignity Clinic (HDC) of Jigme Singye Wangchuck School is one of the three clinics dedicated to a vision that the promotion, protection, and respect of Human Dignity must lie at the heart of the legal practice, indeed legal practice in a GNH society.
The Human Dignity Clinic works to protect and promote the human dignity of individuals with; the primary focus of the Human Dignity Clinic will be on four categories of vulnerable individuals in Bhutan, specifically 1) women, 2) children and young people, 3) the elderly, 4) persons living with a disability.Read More