The offer is addressed to people interested in human rights as well as the rights of national minorities.
o a creative and interesting job;
o the possibility to work in an international environment;
o the possibility to use foreign languages at work;
o continuous development thanks to participating in national and international training courses, conferences, internships, and workshops.
o university degree (at least Bachelor of Law);
o minimum of a year of experience as a lawyer;
o analytical skills;
o good knowledge of Lithuanian, Polish and English;
o knowledge on topics of human rights and discrimination, experience in analyzing decisions of European Court of Human Rights and Court of Justice of European Union (as additional advantage);
o ability to organize your workload as well as to quickly and thoroughly complete assigned tasks.
- current legal services for the clients of the foundation;
- the analysis of legislation and case-law;
- preparation of process documents;
- other tasks of a legal nature.
If you are interested, you are welcome to send your CV and cover letter (both in Polish and English) to firstname.lastname@example.org with the title LAWYER. We are accepting applications until 27th of March 2015.