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Voluntary RolesUniversity Partners


We maintain a pro-bono register of persons from legal academics, practitioners, civil society actors and journalists who are interested in contributing to legal actions for the promotion of human rights accountability internationally. 


Signing up is free and guarantees you a place on the GLAN Registry where your legal skills, and/or human rights experience will be categorized. As GLAN strives for innovative use of law all specializations and types of expertise are welcome.  

GLAN may consult you should there be a match with new and on-going legal actions.  This will allow project leaders to match any upcoming legal actions with the most suitable skills set on the registry. Interacting with a project could range from consultation, drafting, reviews, to primary research.



By entering your data here, you consent to us storing and processing your data for the purposes of determining your suitability for casework. Your data may be shared among GLAN caseworkers, and exceptionally with other external advisors. We will not use this data for any other purpose. We will retain it for three years, and will seek your consent to retain it further if we have not contacted you  within that period. To have it removed or updated, please email

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GLAN has connected to a number of leading institutions to engage students in our legal actions. These placements provide GLAN with research support while students secure meaningful work experience. GLAN offers students the opportunity to progress in our organisation. 

Placement Schemes

GLAN has formalized agreements with the the Irish Centre for Human Rights and the Manchester International Law Centre to create placement schemes linking the students to GLAN's international legal actions in the form of legal and administrative support. 

Project based collaborations

National University of Ireland, Galway Clinical Legal Education Programme: Research of digital evidence on war crimes.

The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) Law School: Research of digital evidence on war crimes. 

Kings College London, Dickson Poon School of Law: Support for the submission to the European Court of Human Rights on enforcing climate change policy in Europe; Research of digital evidence on war crimes.

University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam International Law Clinic: Support for the submission to the European Court of Human Rights on enforcing climate change policy in Europe  

Goldsmiths, Goldsmiths Centre for Research Architecture: Forensic investigation on the human rights abuses that result from migrant push backs

Stanford Law School, International Human Rights and Conflict Resolution Clinic: Submission to International Criminal Court submission against Australia for human rights abuses of asylum seekers in off-shore detention facilities

Yale Law School, Allard K. Lowenstein International Human Rights Clinic: Submission to European Court of Human Rights against Italy for migrant abuses stemming from cooperation with Libyan Coast Guard

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