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Assistant Lawyer

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Darba sludinājuma numurs 24768

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24768

Job Description

This opportunity opens the doors of the European Court of Human Rights to legal professionals at the start of their career. Dealing with individual applications and assisting senior colleagues in handling more complex applications, you will benefit from the Registry’s in-house training programme. You will also have regular working contact with experienced case lawyers, senior managers and judges.


Requirements

With professional training or studies in a relevant field, you will ideally hold a university degree in law and have legal experience, preferably acquired in the judicial service. A good understanding of the Latvian legal system is also essential. You should have an excellent knowledge of the Latvian language, a very good knowledge of one of the official languages of the Council of Europe (English or French) and a basic knowledge of the other.


Company offers

An interesting job in the Council of Europe.


Additional information

Applications must be made in English or French using the Council of Europe on-line application system only. By connecting to our website www.coe-recruitment.com you can consult the detailed vacancy notice and create and submit your on-line application.


Location:
Foreign country
Job type:
full-time, employee
Expiration date:
2007. gada 21. jūnijs
Published:
2007. gada 21. maijs

CV MARKET´S CLIENT

The Council of Europe, based in Strasbourg, France, is a political organisation founded in 1949 to promote greater unity among its member States. Today its membership numbers 47 States across Europe, working together to promote democracy, human rights and the rule of law and to develop common responses to political, social, cultural and legal challenges.


The European Court of Human Rights was set up in 1959 by the Council of Europe as one of its principal mechanisms for enforcing the obligations entered into by contracting states under the European Convention of Human Rights which protects the civil and political rights and freedoms of Europe's 800 million citizens.