To protect the integrity of the judicial process worldwide using pro bono resources assisted by the volunteer services of lawyers and judges. This mission if fulfilled by advancing the Rule of Law through programs that support transparency, capacity building, and service to the underserved. LWOB programs increase Access to Justice for some of the world's poorest and most disadvantaged people. LWOB attempts a neutral orientation in all of its work.
Anne B Rudman, Jessica Ryckman, Beth Haaf, Eva Jacobson, Beth Haaf
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Connecticut06510 United States
Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:
Nov 1, 2011
Kenya V STTAT Report
See attached report
Jul 1, 2011
Trial Advocacy Training Preparations in Progress
LWOB's Trial Advocacy Training is scheduled to launch in-country on August 3, 2011. To date LWOB volunteer lawyers and law school interns have been busy creating interactive teaching technologies to...