The Armenian Bar Association-sponsored Legal Clinic located within the Artsakh State University campus is one of the positively meaningful manifestations of the Association’s official resolve to protect rights, advance education, and aid in the pursuit of democracy and justice for the Republic of Artsakh and for its citizens. The Legal Clinic was founded in November, 2017, motivated and made possible by the Armenian Bar’s collaborative efforts with Yerevan State University and Artsakh State University itself. The main purpose of the clinic is to offer 3 rd and 4 th year undergraduate students unique opportunities to learn and develop practical legal skills through direct interaction with clients in the context of pro bono cases. Under the supervision and support of licensed attorneys, the students provide assistance to citizens who cannot afford to retain a lawyer. The Legal Clinic simultaneously addresses two needs: first, it provides social and legal care and intervention for vulnerable and at-risk segments of society and, second, it allows for law students to gain practical experience by placing them into a real work environment where they put into action the knowledge attained in the classroom, leading to their advocacy for the clients’ interests in various courts within Artsakh. Every year, more than 20 students enroll in the work of the Legal Clinic and, since its establishment, approximately 200 Artsakhtsis have benefited from its services. Under the auspices of this program, students were authorized to represent clients in more than a dozen cases at the First Instance Court of General Jurisdiction. The Legal Clinic presents to Artsakh State University students the unique advantage of expanding their knowledge, honing their skills, and contributing to the well-being of the local communities.