Volunteer Advocates
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Volunteer Advocates

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Volunteer Advocates

Tanganyika Law Society (TLS)

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Volunteer Advocates (10)

TLS intends to recruit volunteer advocates to be based in its Zones namely Western Zone (Tabora, Shinyanga), Southern Zone (Mbeya), Central Zone (Morogoro/Iringa), Northern Zone (Tanga) Lake Zone (Kagera) Bagamoyo (Ubungo, Kinondoni, Pwani) and Mzizima (Ilala, Temeke, Kigamboni) and TLS Head Office.

The Volunteer Advocates will work closely with the Chapter Leaders and the Program Officer – TLS Chapter Coordination to assist in the implementation of various activities within TLS head office and Chapter offices

i. Applicant should be a holder of LL.B degree and an Advocate of the High
Court of Tanzania and subordinate courts;
ii. Excellent research writing and analyzing skills;
iii. Strong interpersonal oral and written skills;
iv. Mastery of computer/internet-based research;
v. Ability to organize or contribute to meetings /seminars/events;
vi. Fluency in English and Swahili;
vii. Organizational Skills and Ability to pay attention to the details;

How to Apply:

All applications should be addressed to Executive Director and sent by email by attaching the following:- a motivation letter, CV, and academic and professional certificates via: info@tls.or.tz copying recruitment@tls.or.tz or alternatively delivering the applications by hand at the given address below;

Chief Executive Officer;
Tanganyika Law Society;
PO Box 2148;
Plot No. 391, Chato Street, Regent Estate
Mikocheni, Dar es Salaam.

Important Note:
All applicants should indicate place of work would wish to be based. Applicants residing within the Chapter Regions/areas will be considered with priority. Applications should be received no later than Tuesday 30th January 2023. Only shortlisted applicants will be called for an interview after the application deadline.

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Volunteer Advocates (10)

TLS intends to recruit volunteer advocates to be based in its Zones namely Western Zone (Tabora, Shinyanga), Southern Zone (Mbeya), Central Zone (Morogoro/Iringa), Northern Zone (Tanga) Lake Zone (Kagera) Bagamoyo (Ubungo, Kinondoni, Pwani) and Mzizima (Ilala, Temeke, Kigamboni) and TLS Head Office.

The Volunteer Advocates will work closely with the Chapter Leaders and the Program Officer – TLS Chapter Coordination to assist in the implementation of various activities within TLS head office and Chapter offices

i. Applicant should be a holder of LL.B degree and an Advocate of the High
Court of Tanzania and subordinate courts;
ii. Excellent research writing and analyzing skills;
iii. Strong interpersonal oral and written skills;
iv. Mastery of computer/internet-based research;
v. Ability to organize or contribute to meetings /seminars/events;
vi. Fluency in English and Swahili;
vii. Organizational Skills and Ability to pay attention to the details;

How to Apply:

All applications should be addressed to Executive Director and sent by email by attaching the following:- a motivation letter, CV, and academic and professional certificates via: info@tls.or.tz copying recruitment@tls.or.tz or alternatively delivering the applications by hand at the given address below;

Chief Executive Officer;
Tanganyika Law Society;
PO Box 2148;
Plot No. 391, Chato Street, Regent Estate
Mikocheni, Dar es Salaam.

Important Note:
All applicants should indicate place of work would wish to be based. Applicants residing within the Chapter Regions/areas will be considered with priority. Applications should be received no later than Tuesday 30th January 2023. Only shortlisted applicants will be called for an interview after the application deadline.