HOUSING RIGHTS TO HOST A JUSTICE FIRST FELLOW IN 2022
The prestigious scheme was established by The Legal Education Foundation (TLEF), in partnership with other funding organisations in the social welfare law sector, to support the next generation of students committed to public interest and social justice issues, who want to pursue a career in social welfare law. The scheme is aimed at law graduates seeking to complete their training contract before taking up a role in social welfare law.
This will be the first year that Housing Rights have participated in the scheme and we are very excited to support and develop future leaders and advocates for social justice.
The fellowship includes a fully funded training contract; support from the organisation for fellows to develop their own access to justice project; support, training and access from useful networks.
Have a Law degree or relevant equivalent degree with offer from the Institute of Professional Legal Studies of a place on the NI solicitor’s vocational training course in September 2022*
* candidates should note that the offer of the Fellowship will be conditional on achieving a place on the ILPS solicitors course after offer of post and passing the ILPS examination.
Commit to serving a two-year term as a fellow commencing in April 2022.
Have demonstrated a commitment to social welfare law.
For an informal chat about the fellowship scheme please contact Mary Bingham on 02890 245640, email [email protected]
Recruitment to the Fellowship Scheme is now open.
Closing date for applications is 13th September 2021.
To find out more, and to apply visit