Tienda di Ley

ORANJESTAD - On September 24, 2022, the Faculty of Law of the University of Aruba will open the doors of a Tienda di Ley.

The first consultation, from 9 to 11 am, also takes place on that day.

What does the Tienda di Ley do?

Logo Tienda di LeyThe Tienda di Ley will handle legal problems for people who seek legal advice and have no or too little income to pay a legal expert. The Tienda di Ley can advise on legal questions that involve employment, rent, damages, contracts, payment arrangements, divorce, immigration, and filling out legal forms. You will receive a referral letter if the Tienda di Ley cannot handle the problem. The Tienda di Ley only gives advice and will not be able to represent you in any legal proceedings.

How does the Tienda di Ley work?

In the Tienda di Ley you will be helped by law students. During the consultation hour, two students will discuss the legal problem with you and you can explain what exactly is going on. After that, the students will work with a counselor to determine a plan of action for the case. The students will research to solve your legal problem and answer your questions. After that, you will receive a legal opinion from them.

How can you register your case with the Tienda di Ley?

The University of Aruba organizes the Tienda di Ley. Tienda di Ley is open on the following dates:

Date Time
September 24 09.00 - 11.00
October 8  09.00 - 11.00
October 29   09.00 - 11.00
November 12  09.00 - 11.00
November 26 09.00 - 11.00
December 3  09.00 - 11.00
January 14  09.00 - 11.00
January 28  09.00 - 11.00

To come to a consultation hour, you need an appointment. To make an appointment, you can contact us through the Facebook page Tienda di Ley or by e-mail: tiendadiley@ua.aw. On the Facebook page, you can find the registration form. You may also send the registration form by e-mail. You can also pick up a registration form at the Tienda di Ley during office hours. The Tienda di Ley does not have a phone number.

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