NEWS: 150 Legal jobs to make a difference at Impactpool

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by Impactpool

Published on: 20 February 2017

Impactpool pulled our resources together to provide you all with our expertise regarding careers in the legal area. This occupational group offers a broad range of opportunities to make a positive impact within the International Development sector. Stay tuned for expert career tips that will improve your chances of landing your dream job in this area. Below you will find 150+ vacancies in the most influential mission-driven organizations. See if you have a profile match!

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Legal Jobs to make an impact 

The interest for legal jobs is high at Impactpool, it’s actually one of our most frequent searches. The good news is that legal expertise offers a broad range of career opportunities within the International Development sector. UNjobfinder decided that we better pull our resources together and provide you all with our expertise regarding careers in the legal area. We start with listing all vacant jobs at Impactpool in this area. Later this week you will also receive expert career tips that will improve your chances of landing your dream job in this area. 

Read more: Legal career profile - 8 Tips that makes your applications globally competitive

 Legal vacancies in international development organizations.

Find vacancies at UNICEF, UNHCR, IOM -UN Migration Agency, UN Peacekeeping, UN Volunteers, UNESCO, NRC - Norwegian Refugee Council, DRC - Danish Refugee Council, and in many other large and influential organizations working for the greater good. 

Find 150+ Legal jobs open for qualified applicants here



Photo: Refugee children from Syria at a clinic in Ramtha, northern Jordan. The majority of the half million Syrian refugees in Jordan live in urban areas like Ramtha. Although they have been welcomed by Jordanian communities, many refugees are poor and unable to obtain legal jobs. The UK is helping to meet the needs urban refugees as well as those in camps. By Russell Watkins/DFID-Department for International Development, Flickr cc

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