Thursday, 15 March 2007

JUSTICE Student Human Rights Network

Dear Friend

Two ways you can get further involved with JUSTICE

Apply for our summer internship programme

JUSTICE takes at least two summer interns each year to assist our human rights and criminal justice policy staff. The internship can involve undertaking comparative legal research, drafting briefing notes, editing policy papers, writing book reviews, attending meetings and court and provides an excellent opportunity to find out what it is like working for a leading legal non-governmental organisation. The internship may also include occasional assistance with administrative tasks. The scheme runs from June to September, and interns normally work four days a week for approximately four to six weeks. We will reimburse reasonable travel costs within
London and give an allowance each day for lunch. Because of the level of JUSTICE's policy work we encourage applications from law graduates, although we do welcome applications from other suitable qualified people and from undergraduate students.

To apply please email or post your CV and a covering letter, detailing your skills, experience, reasons for wanting to work with us and your availability, to Rachel Brailsford by Friday 18 May 2007. We will put all applications forward for shortlisting and invite those successful at shortlisting for a short interview at our offices in London EC4 in late May/early June.

More information is available on our website:

Become a student, pupil or trainee member of JUSTICE

JUSTICE celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2007 with an ambitious programme of publications and events. To make this possible, we need the support of our members more than ever. Our members help JUSTICE in important ways - by ensuring that knowledge of our work is as widespread as possible, by giving us political legitimacy and by providing funds to continue our work. Membership of JUSTICE for students, pupils and trainees costs just £20 a year and members receive a copy of the Annual Report, three editions each year of the JUSTICE Bulletin (a membership publication), discounts on publications and conferences, as well as advance notice of and booking for our lectures and events.

More information on membership can be found on our website Please download a membership form and help to support us as we face the next fifty years.

JUSTICE ( an independent, UK based charity which seeks to advance access to justice, human rights and the rule of law.

The JUSTICE Student Human Rights Network is a lively, interactive network for all those studying the law and who are interested in human rights. Keep up to date with developments and future events of the network at

Give us feedback and ideas for developing the network - by e- mailing Forward this e-mail to friends and colleagues who might be
interested. Subscribe to the network to make sure you get the next bulletin and information of activities. Email This is also the address to use if you wish to unsubscribe.

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