Our Society is made up of six projects covering a range of knowledge and skills based areas that are so important in the field of pro bono work.
Junior Lawyers Against Poverty
Human Rights Project
Amicus is a legal charity in the United Kingdom that works to provide support to capital defense lawyers in the United States.
The King's Chapter sends volunteers to assist in the legal representation of the defendants.
Junior Lawyers Against Poverty (JLAP) is a project related to international development, poverty and human rights issues, and is a subsection of the larger Oxfam initiative.
The Human Rights Project is a cornerstone of the King's Pro Bono Society. We hold a variety of events covering all ranges of rights topics.
With a particular focus towards students from disadvantaged backgrounds, the Legal Outreach Project aims to offer guidance to students looking to venture into law.
There are exciting opportunities to get involved as a volunteer.
In light of the climate crisis and the ongoing political, economic and social difficulties in addressing issues of environmental sustainability, our new project, Climate Justice, focuses on Environmental Sustainability.
This project will raise awareness of the role that the law and lawyers can play in promoting environmental sustainability.
The Mediation Project provides and exciting opportunity to undergo accredited mediation training at a heavily discounted rate. The training teaches the skills that are invaluable for a career in law and in wider pro bono work.