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TrustLaw is the Thomson Reuters Foundation's global pro bono service that connects NGOs and social enterprises with the best law firms around the world. Launched in 2010, TrustLaw has grown to include over 4,000 members in 175 countries, including over 750 law firms and in-house legal teams and over 3,250 NGO and social enterprise members. Our mission is to spread the practice of pro bono worldwide to drive social change.
Requests from our members for pro bono legal advice range from everyday commercial matters (corporate structuring, IP, non-profit governance or employment advice) to large scale, cross-border research programmes on complex social or policy issues. See our publications here on issues such as human trafficking and slavery, domestic violence, health and social innovation.
The Foundation is seeking a highly skilled bilingual lawyer, to work as part of a global team, to help further expand and strengthen our award-winning TrustLaw programme.
This role has a compensation range of $55K - $65K per year, depending on skills and previous experience.
The successful candidate will:
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