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Volunteers Sought for Legal Aid Mission in Afghanistan

Wednesday, October 06, 2004

The International Legal Foundation (ILF), a not-for-profit organization
created to assist post-conflict countries in setting up legal aid systems for the indigent accused of crimes, is looking for lawyers willing to go to
Afghanistan on a volunteer basis to mentor Afghan lawyers in its Legal
Aid Afghanistan (LAA) office in Kabul.

Lawyers must have five years experience, preferably criminal law experience, and be available to go to Kabul November 15 for a minimum of 6 weeks. The ILF provides roundtrip air fare and accommodations in Kabul.

For more information about the ILF, please visit its web site at Anyone interested should send a resume to with a cover letter describing their travel experience.

Interviews will take place in New York during the week of October 18.

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