Volunteer for Justice (VFJ) is a non-governmental organisation committed to promote legal empowerment and uphold access to justice in the society (especially for marginalised and disadvantaged groups). VFJ is developing legal clinics at law schools across India (in a phased manner) comprising of volunteers (law students, lawyers, academicians, etc).
You can find further details about the organisation here.
Where VFJ currently stand?
VFJ has just started operations and presently developing a network of volunteers (with clinics) across NCR. It is also under 6 months incubation with N/Core, a program run by Nudge Foundation with Mr. Sanjay Purohit as our Mentor. At present VFJ are running a fellowship program.
Volunteer for Justice is currently inviting applications for fellowship in New Delhi
How the Fellowship works?
The Volunteer for Justice fellowship is a highly selective fellowship to provide free legal services to people in need. Recent law graduates upto 2 years' PQE (with Bar council registration) can apply for the 6 months’ fellowship (extendable to one year).
Fellows first go through a 7 days training with our senior fellows and volunteer lawyers and are then assigned selective cases and a clinic to work with.
The fellows typically perform the following functions:
Why choose Volunteer for Justice Fellowship?
Click here to apply.