Strategic litigation for racial, social and economic justice
UPDATE: We have received a wonderfully overwhelming amount of applications, which means we are not able to consider further applications for this particular research project at this time.
If you are happy for us to keep your details on file for future projects, please do send us an email with the details requested below, but please note that we will only get in touch in case your profile matches our future research needs. If we don’t contact you, we will make sure to delete your records by September 2022 to alleviate any data privacy concerns.
Seeking law students
Systemic Justice is a new NGO that will partner with organisations working on racial, social and economic justice to bring about change through strategic litigation. As we further develop plans for this initiative, we are looking for law students who can help us out with the occasional research project.
If you have:
- strong writing skills;
- the ability to present comprehensive legal research in a structured manner;
- an understanding of racial/social/economic justice issues and some familiarity with the concept of strategic litigation; and
- familiarity with legal systems in Europe
then please drop us a line at email@example.com and tell us why it would be great for us to work together, what your availability is, and what your hourly rate is in EUR.
We’ll accept applications on a rolling basis, with the aim of starting the first research projects in October.
Sign up and we’ll let you know when we launch