There is plenty of scope for you to volunteer, whether as a lawyer or non-lawyer.
For the most part, we would ask for your assistance pro bono. Therefore, you would not need to participate in any project unless you are willing and have the time to do it.
From time to time we circulate a call for volunteers to assist with a particular project. Alternatively we may contact a specific member or supporter who has expertise in the relevant area. We might also invite members and supporters to send letters on particular issues.
A Message from Jonathan Turner, our Chief Executive
Our mission is to combat BDS and other attempts to attack or delegitimise Israel. We do this by invoking the relevant laws and regulatory powers. We combat anti-semitism and assist victims of anti-semitism. We need more lawyers and non-lawyers to volunteer to help us with our important work.
Ways To Help
We need more lawyers to help with our work, especially in the fields of:
- administrative law
- anti-terrorism legislation
- charity law
- criminal law
- defamation and media law
- education law
- employment law
- equality law
- freedom of information
- international law
- local government
- parliamentary procedure
- trade union law
Non-lawyersIf you are not a lawyer, you can help us too. Most of our projects require researching the facts, so we are always looking for people to help with research. And many of the things we do can be done by non-lawyers with a little guidance from our specialist lawyers. For further details, contact us: click here
If you are interested in being considered for an internship at UKLFI Charitable Trust, please contact us for further details: click here