Opportunities at the Forum for Global Human Rights (FGHR)!

Opportunities at the Forum for Global Human Rights (FGHR)!

Welcome to FGHR, the world’s first student-led human rights forum! As a new human rights initiative created by and for young leaders, FGHR provides a platform for eager, independent students with keen interests in human rights research and advocacy to reinvent the space of human rights practice as an inclusive, interdisciplinary forum with a seat for students and young people at the table. FGHR is always looking for excited and engaged young students or recent graduates to realise our mission of reinventing the space of human rights practice.

Available Roles:

  • Editor
  • Content Writer
  • Communications & Marketing Officer
  • Podcast Director
  • Audio Editor
  • Legal Researcher [Project with European Legal Support Center]

Deadline: 11.59pm GMT, 03 February 2023.

Job Descriptions: https://www.forumglobalhumanrights.com/opportunities.

True to the inclusive and interdisciplinary nature of FGHR’s work, applications from students and recent graduates of all disciplines are welcome!

All details about our mission, our vision, and current projects & opportunities, including role descriptions and the application process can be found under the “Opportunities” page on our website: https://www.forumglobalhumanrights.com.

About FGHR

As a human rights initiative created by and for young leaders, the Forum for Global Human Rights provides a platform for those with keen interests in human rights research and advocacy to reinvent the space of human rights practice as an inclusive, interdisciplinary forum with a seat for students and young people at the table. In pursuit of this aim, we embrace a diversity of operation, including written publications, outreach and advocacy, a podcast platform, and pro-bono assistance to human rights organizations focused on advancing the protection of  human rights around the world. In so doing, we look to provide young leaders with a platform to engage with important missions and ideas in the space of human rights, and ultimately make a practical and meaningful difference. If this sounds of interest to you, please consider applying for one of the above posts!

Successful applicants will be invited to an interview. Interviews will be scheduled on a rolling basis before and after the deadline of the vacancy. For any further questions or concerns, please reach out to forumglobalhumanrights@gmail.com.

NLIU-CLT Technology and Law Fair: Techtonic 2023 | Register Now!

Dear All,

Greetings from NLIU Cell for Law and Technology!

We are writing this email to request you to forward the same to all the students of the undergraduate and postgraduate courses of your esteemed institution.

About the Organiser:

National Law Institute University (NLIU), Bhopal is one of the premier legal institutions established in the year 1997. The NLIU Cell for Law and Technology (NLIU-CLT) was constituted at National Law Institute University (NLIU), Bhopal in the year 2019. It aims to create and promote an environment of debate and discussion on issues relating to Technology Law. When it comes to the intricate interactions between technology and legal policy, the Cell wants to be ahead of the curve.


About Techtonic 2023:

The NLIU-CLT Law and Technology Fair: ‘Techtonic’ is a major flagship event annually organized by the NLIU Cell for Law and Technology. It provides a chance for aspiring lawyers to explore their talent as policymakers as well as gain insight into various technology law-related issues, plans and solutions. ‘Techtonic 2023’, which is the second edition of NLIU-CLT’s flagship event, is scheduled to be held from 24th – 26th February 2023. The two major highlights of this event are the NLIU-Ikigai Policy Case Competition and the NLIU-MeitY Round Table Conference. As part of the Event, some online competitions are also being organised, such as – Touch Their Hearts, TechTask, Scribbling Stratagem and TechKnow Quiz.


About the Online Competitions:

Students may participate in one or more than one of the total four Online Competitions being organised as part of Techtonic 2023:

1. TechTask
‘TechTask’ is an agreement drafting competition set in the future. The theme for the same is ‘Rent Agreement: Interaction with the Technologies of the Future’. Participants shall be required to draft an agreement between the landlord and the tenants in the year 2030 as per The Model Tenancy Act, 2021.

More details: https://clt.nliu.ac.in/?page_id=749

2. Touch Their Hearts
Touch Their Hearts is an online policy case competition. Participants shall be required to draft a policy proposal which benefits the underprivileged and marginalized sections of society. The theme of the Competition is ‘Access to Justice in Digital India’

More details: https://clt.nliu.ac.in/?page_id=743

3. Scribbling Stratagem
Scribbling Stratagem is an online Policy Doodling Competition.
 Participants shall be required to find a policy solution to a problem and present the same in the form of a doodle art. The theme for the Competition is ‘Right to Privacy versus the New Social Media Ethics Code’

More details: https://clt.nliu.ac.in/?page_id=747

4. TechKnow Quiz
The TechKnow Quiz never fails to amaze with its simple yet unique questions. If you think that you know the world of technology and the law surrounding it, come and play our 2nd edition of the NLIU-CLT TechKnow Quiz and test your knowledge.

More details: https://clt.nliu.ac.in/?page_id=752


Important Dates:

·         Registration Opens: 1 January 2023

·         Registration Closes: 31 January 2023

·         Declaration of Result: 26 February 2023


Registration Links:
Indian Teams: https://forms.gle/4Kg2fVsjNAawnsW89
Foreign Teams: https://forms.gle/Ramva4gaWiomrB1t5

Event Brochure: Please find the details of all the Online Competitions here.

Contact DetailsIn case of any queries, please write to us at clt.nliu@gmail.com.

Official WebsiteFor more details, please visit https://clt.nliu.ac.in/.

Please feel free to get in touch with us in case of any queries.

AllBar & BDABar Online Pupillage Event 18/1/23 – Applicants with a Disability or a Physical or Mental Health Condition

We’re hosting a new event, and we’d love to see you there!

Online Pupillage Event: 6pm to 7:30pm, Wednesday 18th January 2023

AllBar and Bringing My (Dis)Ability to the Bar are collaborating to host an online event to give advice and tips for the pupillage application process from a panel of current pupils.

We are delighted to announce the following panel:

Holly Girven (pupil at Farrar’s Building)

Daniel Holt (pupil at 39 Essex Chambers)

Phillippa White (pupil at 1MCB)

The session will be informative and supportive for those gearing up for the pupillage applications season in England and Wales, giving tips for the whole process, from written applications to interviews. The event is open to all but will have a particular focus on assisting those who have a disability or a physical or mental health condition.

Admission is free via the Eventbrite link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/allbar-x-bdabar-pupillage-event-tickets-514751193677

Following feedback, the event will be almost entirely a question and answer event. We are requesting that all attendees submit at least one written question in advance. We will consider all the questions submittted and do our best to respond to them, but questions related to applicants with a disability or a physical or mental health condition will be given priority. All questions will be anonymised. *Please submit at least one question in writing when booking your place.

New Year, New targetjobs Events!


24 February 2023 | BT Group HQ, London

After the success of the first event last semester, Inspire is back in 2023! This event has been created to help level the playing field for all students.  ‘It’s not what you know, it’s who you know’ is a common saying when it comes to getting a job. And that’s all well and good for students who have the necessary contacts. But what about those who don’t?

Students will meet with top UK 300-ranked employers to make those all-important connections, learn about different opportunities in a range of fields, and access exclusive information and tips from recruiters and recent graduates about application processes.

Students can register here

Employers who will beattending include:BT Group, and more to be announced soon, including law firms…


Aspire to the Bar

20 March 2023 | London

Aspire to the Bar is new to 2023! Created exclusively for Black Heritage students interested in a law career, more specifically for those interested in becoming a barrister. Not enough chambers reflect the society that we live in and this needs to change. That’s why targetjobs has partnered with some of the UKs leading chambers to host Aspire, an event to help more Black Heritage students take several steps closer to their dream careers.

Students can register here

Employers who will be attending include: Landmark Chambers, Twenty Essex, 3VB and more to be announced soon…

Nightline is now recruiting student listening volunteers! 

Nightline is now recruiting student listening volunteers! 

Apply at ednightline.com/applications !

Can you listen without judgement?

Can you spare a few nights every term to support other students?

Would you like to join the most amazing community of people?

If the answer to any of those questions is “yes!” it sounds like Nightline could be the perfect volunteering opportunity for you!

Who are we?

We are a confidential and anonymous support and listening service run by students, for students, and open every night of term from 8pm – 8am. We’re here to listen, never to judge. If you ever need to chat to someone, we can be reached at 0131 557 4444 or online at ednightline.com.

Every night of term, our student volunteers answer calls and instant messages from their fellow university students about anything that’s troubling them. Nightline offers a safe place to talk.

Why are we recruiting?

Our organization relies on our student volunteers to take confidential, anonymous calls. Our volunteers are from all walks of life, subject areas, academic institutions, and of all ages. No experience is required – just enthusiasm for our cause!

Looking for more information on what it’s like to volunteer with us? 

The application form closes on Monday 23 Jan at 5pm.

We will be holding pre-training workshops every night from 16th – 20th Jan. More information at: ednightline.com/pretrainings

And if you have any questions, comments, or concerns, you can email us at training@ednightline.com !

National Justice Museum Podcast


The National Justice Museum is the United Kingdom’s largest justice themed museum, operating out of a Georgian prison and Victorian courtrooms within Nottinghamshire, a range of universities and the police museum in the North-West of England and the iconic Royal Courts of Justice in Central London, and remains dedicated to assisting students with their future law careers, whatever form they may take.

As a result of this mission, we have collaborated with a retired judge within the British justice system and created a podcast featuring a diverse range of people within various integral roles within our glorious judicial offices. The second season is available to listen to (for free, of course) and we would love to offer you the link to share with your students. We believe it is our duty to educate and illuminate the intricacies of what real life is like working within our nation’s hallowed judicial halls. The highlight of the season is the finale interview with Kathrine Thirlwall, Lady Justice of Appeal. We can only hope that it helps your young scholars as they begin to help shape democracy and justice around the world. As a charity, we work exclusively on an external basis, seeking to add our voices to the cacophony of those seeking a fairer and more diverse world.

We hope you enjoy the episodes as they drop each week!

Link: https://t.co/b1L80h7msv

IAD UG Workshops January/February 2023

Upcoming IAD UG Workshops:

TITLE: (UG and PGT) Starting to Think about Dissertations and Projects

OPTION 1: 17th January 2023 (17:15 – 18:45 UK Time)

DESCRIPTION: Moving from essays and assignments to larger based project work such as dissertations can often feel like a step into the unknown. This workshop will help to clarify dissertation/project expectations and provide practical strategies that you can use to optimise your dissertation experience.


TITLE: (UG) Managing and writing projects and dissertations

OPTION 1: 25th January 2023 (13:30 – 15:00 UK Time)

DESCRIPTION: Do you have a longer written assignment to manage? A long essay or a dissertation to plan? Are you struggling to choose your topic? This workshop for UG students will discuss strategies for meeting the challenges of planning, organising and writing dissertations.  We will also look at methods and tools you can use to help you make a successful submission.


TITLE: (UG) Getting to grips with essay writing

OPTION 1: 25th January 2023 (15:30 – 17:00 UK Time)

OPTION 2: 01st February 2023 (13:30 – 15:00 UK Time)

DESCRIPTION: This workshop is for students who are relatively new to academic writing or for students who would like to go back to basics and rethink their approach to essay writing assignments. It aims to help you understand what’s expected of you, build confidence in your approach to academic writing and help you begin to tackle essays more effectively.


More Workshop Information:

A full list of all semester two IAD UG Workshops can be found here: https://edin.ac/2FFIptL.

Follow @IAD_StudyHub (https://edin.ac/2DNL0zF) for notifications when workshops open for booking.

How else can the IAD support you with your studies? We have put together a short video to tell you what we have on offer for Undergraduate students: https://edin.ac/3m5U0Yc

MacRoberts Insight event for Law Students

MacRoberts is one of Scotland’s oldest and best-known law firms. As a Scottish SME law firm, we predominantly focus on Scotland, and this accounts for the overwhelming majority of our work. We have offices in Glasgow and Edinburgh and we make a significant contribution to the Scottish economy and to the development of a skilled and diverse workforce.

Our Insight Event has been designed for university students who are interested in pursuing a career in law to find out more about MacRoberts. Students will learn about the work we do, our different practice groups and the teams they could join if they choose to embark on a career with us.

This interactive, virtual event will allow law students to hear from MacRoberts employees about their roles and the different opportunities available across our firm. This event will also provide practical guidance on making applications for summer placements and traineeships, as well as some useful interview hints and tips.

Attendees will also have the opportunity to ask relevant questions of our speakers in a Q&A session.

The event is free and sign-up details can be found here: Insight Event | MacRoberts

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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