A4ID Future Lawyers' Training Programme

The A4ID Future Lawyers’ training programme is a free course for law students, exploring the links between international development, business and law. 

Future Lawyer's training programme 2012

Future Lawyers' Training Programme 2013

Applications for the Future Lawyers’ training programme 2013 is now closed! 

The deadline for applications was 4pm on 4 February 2013. 

The Future Lawyers’ training programme is a free course running over two weekends in March and April 2013, introducing law students to international development and exploring some of the key legal issues and challenges in development today.

The programme offers a unique opportunity for students interested in law and development to learn more about the engagement between the two fields, and covers issues such as human rights, climate change and responsible business, through seminars, discussions and talks, all delivered by leading experts from the academic, legal and development fields.

Students will be encouraged to think about how they can contribute to international development efforts throughout their legal careers, and how the law can be used to further development efforts.

There is also a Q&A on careers in law and development, in which participants hear from lawyers who have gained experience in the area through internships, overseas placements and international pro bono work.

March Session:

Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 March 2013

Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 March 2013

April Session:

Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 April 2013

Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 April 2013  

Click here to view the 2013 programme brochure. 

If you have any queries please contact robert.tam@a4id.org


A4ID would like to thank The College of Law Bloomsbury for its generous support in hosting the training programme.

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