OPBP Annual Welcome Event

by | Nov 27, 2015

The Oxford Pro Bono Publico cordially invites you to the Annual Welcome Event!

OPBP is a renowned and award-winning organisation based at the Oxford Law Faculty and affiliated with the Oxford Human Rights Hub. Every year, international organisations and NGOs request our assistance with international and comparative law research on a range of public interest matters. We have worked with, amongst others, the United Nations, Human Rights Watch, the Legal Resources Centre in South Africa, and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), and our work has contributed to landmark cases all over the world.

OPBP also runs an internship programme, in which we invite graduate students, who have volunteered on one or more of our projects, to undertake a funded internship under our scheme, either with one of our partner organisations, or anywhere in the world.

Join us at our first event of the year to learn more about

  • OPBP’s past and present work
  • What it means to volunteer as a legal researcher for OPBP
  • Opportunities for funded international internships
  • And, of course, to enjoy free drinks and food during the event

If for any reason you cannot attend the Welcome Event but want to stay informed about opportunities for volunteering or internships, please email OPBP’s Student Chairperson, Ivo Gruev (ivo.gruev@law.ox.ac.uk), or opbp@law.ox.ac.uk to sign up for our mailing list.

We look forward to meeting you!

The OPBP Executive Committee

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