The ILF is Actively Recruiting International Fellows for Tunisia, the West Bank, and Nepal
International Fellows are the backbone of the ILF’s success in its program countries. The ILF’s Natalie Rea International Fellows are lawyers with at least five years of criminal defense, prosecution, or judicial experience who volunteer to work and live abroad on three-month assignments. International Fellows mentor local lawyers day-in and day-out, case-by-case, to help develop the knowledge and skills necessary to be effective public defenders to poor and marginalized accused.
Fellows are needed on an ongoing basis, with flexible start and end dates, so interested attorneys are encouraged to contact the ILF to learn more about the program and discuss possibilities for volunteering in the near and/or far future.
Click on the attachments below for country program-specific position announcements: