The Socio-Economic Rights Institue of South Africa (SERI) is looking to appoint a senior researcher and two candidate attorneys to join its offices in Johannesburg.
Reporting to the Director of Research and Advocacy, the Senior Researcher will be expected to help develop and implement a wide-ranging research programme.
SERI is authorised by the Legal Practice Council to accept and train CAs. CAs are recruited for a fixed-term of two years, leading to qualification and admission as an Attorney. The requirements for the positions are as follows -
SERI wishes to contribute to the development of a new generation of human rights lawyers at the national and international level. Accordingly, the positions carry with them significant opportunities for international travel and continuing professional training and development.