The International Lawyers Project was founded in 2005. We support local actors on economic inequality issues, including corruption, tax reform, media freedom & curbing illicit financial flows.
We help local actors build their capacity, whether through formal training sessions, workshops, representation, and advice, or through extended engagement and mentoring for communities, officials, and civil society representatives to create long-lasting change in some of the world's poorest regions.
LEGALLY QUALIFIED VOLUNTEERS
We connect those who can give their time and expert advice to those who can utilise it.
We partner with a number of civil, governmental, and commercial partners to promote economic justice and to effect change.
Over the past fifteen years, our pro-bono work has been invaluable in helping reformist actors balance the scales of justice. Our team of economists, lawyers, and judges have supported projects and programmes in more than 80 countries to bring about economic and social justice through curbing fiscal leakages, reducing corruption, equalising policies and strengthening media freedom.