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SDP-Keck Human Rights Clinic

Join the Suzanne Dworak-Peck - Keck Human Rights Clinic in the fight for asylum seekers’ justice. 

SDP-Keck Human Rights Clinic

The SDP-Keck Human Rights Clinic is a branch of the Keck Human Rights Clinic at the University of Southern California.

Alongside the Keck School of Medicine student board, the Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work branch coordinates and assists with forensic psychological evaluations and provides training to Master of Social Work students on the legal process of immigration and technical affidavit writing.

Services are available in person and virtually. 

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Our Mission

The SDP-Keck Human Rights Clinic aims to promote social justice and advocate on behalf of asylum seekers by providing pro bono forensic psychological evaluations to corroborate claims of maltreatment.

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Our Vision

The Vision of the SDP-Keck Human Rights Clinic is to create access to forensic evaluations for all immigrants seeking asylum who cannot afford to pay a private practice evaluator. As prescribed in the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) Code of Ethics, the SDP-Keck Human Rights Clinic is rooted in social justice, service, and the dignity and worth of the person.

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