We welcome all members of the legal community at all stages of their legal career. Whether in private practice, the public sector, in-house, non-profit, or still studying, we celebrate the diverse voices committed to strengthening the legal response in the fight against poverty. Meet some of our members and find out why they got involved with Lawyers Against Poverty.
UCL law graduate, summer 2021
President of UCL’s JLAP Society from August 2020
‘It has a very real impact when you speak to people who don’t have access to the legal system because of money. I wanted to study how we could fix that’
Senior partner at Kigali Attorneys Chamber, Rwanda
‘Lawyers should be an equaliser; always being on the side of the poor not the powerful’
Barrister at Doughty Street Chambers – specialist in immigration, human rights and public law
‘I don’t think there’s another organisation that harnesses the energy in the legal profession for a common cause’
The story behind the launch of the programme and the first twinning link.