The Macedonian Young Lawyers Association, as a part of USAID’s Project for Protection of Human Rights, announces a public call for participation in the Program for Practice for Young Lawyers.
All the candidates should have the following qualifications:
- Completed three-year law studies (180 credits);
- Basic knowledge in the field of human rights;
- It is preferable that they know English;
- Obligation for participation during the whole cycle of two months practice.
The participants will also receive compensation.
In the period between January 2016 and June 2016 the Program is going to include the cities: Skopje, Bitola, Stip, Tetovo, Gostivar, Kicevo, Struga and Strumica. When applying the participants should emphasize in which city are they interested of taking their practice.
The Program is going to take place from March 2015 until September 2017, in collaboration with the Courts in Republic of Macedonia, the Ombudsman, the Commission for Protection from Discrimination and individual attorney offices. Each participant will have two months practice in one institution (the choice of the institution is made by the Project-team). Along with the practice the participants have an opportunity to participate in a basic and advanced training for human rights. Domestic and foreign experts are hired for the trainings.
For more information visit the original web – site where this announcement has been published: http://myla.org.mk/index.php/novosti/176-javenpovik