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Legal caseworker

The Animal Law Foundation

The Animal Law Foundation

United Kingdom

Government, policy, lobbying, or legal







Mgmt responsibilities: 


Date posted:



About the Role

As a legal caseworker at The Animal Law Foundation, you will play a pivotal role in advancing our mission to protect animals through legal interventions. You will work closely with the Executive Director to identify and develop legal opportunities, you will also work closely with the Advocacy and Communications Office to raise awareness of the legal intervention.

Essential requirements:
Education: Bachelor's degree, ideally in law. Relevant experience may be considered in lieu of formal education. An understanding of legal frameworks is required.

Experience: At least 2 years of experience in law, this could be as a solicitor, a paralegal or any other legal job where you managed your own casework.

This is a unique opportunity to contribute to the growth and success of a ground-breaking new charity and create meaningful change in the animal protection landscape in the UK.

About the Organisation

The Animal Law Foundation was registered with the Charity Commission in August 2022. It is primarily a legal research charity that looks into neglected areas and where appropriate will instruct lawyers to bring legal challenges to secure any systems in place to protect animals function as they should.

Groups like this exist in the environmental and the human rights space in the UK and in the animal protection space in other countries. There is a desperate need for such work to exist for animals in the UK.

The UK still has some of the best animal welfare laws in the world, yet the opportunity for vast change contained within these laws is rarely explored. Through exploring these opportunities the whole system for animals can be improved and set global examples.

It is of vital importance that laws that exist to protect animals are understood and applied. The Animal Law Foundation will work alongside stakeholders to ensure that this happens.

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