You can become involved with LAW in a number of different ways. With your help, LAW can expand its work to new regions and obtain redress for more people who have suffered from human rights violations.
To find out about other ways you can get involved please visit our Get Involved page.
LAW’s portfolio includes a number of ground breaking cases, which utilise creative legal strategy on behalf of victims and survivors from some of the most challenging contexts. LAW is seeking senior legal investigators/prosecutors/lawyers to join us.
The Communications Officer will support the Head of Advocacy and Policy to showcase LAW’s work, planning, coordinating events and delivering timely advice to regional teams and supporting them to embed the implementation of the global communication and advocacy priorities
Digital Communications & Media Coordinator
The Digital Communications & Media Coordinator will support the Head of Advocacy and Policy to promote LAW's work, increase the organisation’s visibility, profile key events and advocacy activities globally and in country.
LAW offers 6 month legal fellowships. Legal fellowships, along with all other job vacancies, will be advertised above.
We encourage law firms, think tanks and universities to partner with LAW on our projects. If you are interested in establishing a research partnership with LAW, please contact
Join our Network of Lawyers
LAW works closely with a wide network of public interest lawyers from around the globe. This network advises LAW on the development of innovative legal procedures and strategies aimed at effecting legal change. Please contact us if you are interested in becoming a member:
Women Lawyers Network: Working in Conflict
In June 2014, LAW launched ‘The Women Lawyers Network: Working in Conflict’ to establish and facilitate connections between women lawyers from the Americas, the Middle East, Europe, Asia and Africa. If you are interested in learning more or joining the Women Lawyers Network: Working in Conflict, please contact us at: