JUSTICE is an all-party law reform and human rights organisation working to strengthen the justice system – administrative, civil and criminal – in the United Kingdom. JUSTICE seeks to inform debate, frame issues and influence decision-makers from across the political spectrum, in three keys ways:
- Providing evidence-based analysis and proposing practical solutions to law-makers, judges and relevant public servants.
- Strengthening the law and legal processes by reference to international and comparative best-practice, looking across jurisdictions, across types of law and across the legal profession.
- Using the expertise of their membership to strengthen the understanding of the challenges arising in legal practice and of possible solutions, working with them to execute our vision.
Kalisher JUSTICE interns are given the opportunity to develop skills and experience within an established and respected legal charity. Interns work on a range of criminal justice matters, assisting with the development of policy, research and analysis to support JUSTICE’s arguments for or against law reform. The interns accompany JUSTICE at meetings with law-makers and NGOs, speaking engagements and events as well as court hearings. There is even the possibility for interns to assist in drafting submissions in a third party intervention.
Internships are based at JUSTICE’s London Office. One position is available per year, for a four month period. The intern is paid £5000 for the full four month period.
The successful applicant for the 2017 vacancy is Bilawal Khan. Future vacancies will be advertised on this website.
Further information on JUSTICE and its work can be found here.