ICJ Victoria is a member-based volunteer organisation, guided by an Executive Committee. ICJV membership is composed of Judges, Magistrates, Solicitors, Barristers, Legal Academics and law students committed to the implementation of international law and human rights in Victoria.
ICJV output depends on the advice, research, time and expertise of its membership to develop submissions and identify topical issues for comment.
Being a member:
Membership with ICJV means being a part of a global community of like-minded lawyers.
It means you are willing to help out as you can: draft submissions; provide research assistance; review drafts of advocacy papers on areas of law in which you may be an expert; offer advice; come to our events and welcome our visiting guests.
With your membership you also get:
- To support high level human rights advocacy in Victoria and community events;
- Opportunities to participate in research or written advocacy;
- Discounted admission prices for our seminars, breakfast lectures, annual events including the oration and the fundraising dinner;
- Invitation to the annual planning meeting where ICJV’s advocacy focus is set for the following year;
- Invitation to the Annual General Meeting and eligibility for a position on the Executive Committee;
- A standing invitation to attend monthly meetings of the Executive where advocacy opportunities are discussed and submissions reviewed.
For more information, contact ICJV at firstname.lastname@example.org