Volunteer

As a brainchild of International Women’s Initiative (IWI), Global Legal Review was established as a means to further aid women seeking answers and change to their circumstances. We are a team of dedicated and passionate remotely-based volunteers, striving towards our common vision of equality and gender justice. 

Our work predominantly focuses on raising awareness of women’s rights issues across the globe through legal research, reports and lobbying efforts. We aim to not only educate the international community on the status of women’s rights abuse through our research and lobbying efforts, but also to empower and support those women who wish to seek justice and accountability through legal mechanisms.


Current Vacancies

SENIOR MANAGEMENT

Deputy Director
Working closely with the Editor-in-Chief of the Global Legal Review, you will support the day-to-day scheduling and management of a team of remotely-based legal researchers, outreach officers and editors. Read the full job description.


SUPPORT DIVISION

Editor
Reporting directly to the Editor-in-Chief of the Global Legal Review, you will read, evaluate and edit material for grammatical, punctuation and spelling errors, style consistency and accessibility to readers, in accordance with GLR Guidelines and expectations. Read the full job description.


LEGAL RESEARCH DIVISION

Legal Researcher – Europe
Reporting directly to the Editor-in-Chief of the Global Legal Review, and working alongside the Europe team, you will research and produce thought-provoking, high-quality legal articles and reports relating to current women’s rights issues within Europe. Read the full job description.

Legal Researcher – Americas
Reporting directly to the Editor-in-Chief of the Global Legal Review, and working alongside the Americas team, you will research and produce thought-provoking, high-quality legal articles and reports relating to current women’s rights issues across the Americas. Read the full job description.