EJP Access Neurodisability and Therapeutic Jurisprudence

Approximately one in four New Zealanders are limited by a physical, sensory, learning mental health or other impairment. People affected by neurodisabilities are placed in an extremely vulnerable situation when they come into contact with the justice system. As a result, neurodisability has become a complex issue for New Zealand’s criminal justice system, and is an issue of growing concern due …

Volunteer Applications 2017 (NOW CLOSED)

The Equal Justice Project is now recruiting for 2017! We are seeking enthusiastic, fun loving and committed volunteers with a passion for social justice and improving outcomes for those in the Auckland and wider community. Grades are not relevant to your application – whether you are after social or leadership opportunities, or legal experience, there is an EJP team suited …

Now Recruiting: EJP Managers for 2017

Being a Manager EJP is run by two Co-Directors and an Executive comprised of eight Managers. Being a Manager is an incredible opportunity to lead a team made up of intelligent, committed and hardworking volunteers. It is an immensely rewarding experience and is a real lesson in leadership. As well as being able to shape your team’s policy, you’ll be …

Applications for EJP Director 2017 Now Open

Are you passionate about social justice? Are you organised and have a vision for how the Equal Justice Project can be bigger and better than ever? Apply to be a 2017 EJP Director! We are currently taking applications for a new EJP director for 2017. You can apply for the position using the form below. The EJP Director role involves …

Attention: Returning Volunteer Expression of Interest

The Equal Justice Project’s Executive invites all returning volunteers from 2016 to express their interest ahead of our general recruitment phase in rejoining the teams that they already have experience working with. If you are a returning volunteer from 2016 then you have to fill out the form below. If you were on Communications or Community in 2016 and you …

Event: EJP Opening Function 2016

Last night, on the 13th of May, the Equal Justice Project held its opening function at the Gus Fisher Gallery. Even though it had been a hectic week for everyone at law school, there was a healthy turnout and members of all Teams mingled with members of the Advisory Board and other volunteers within the organisation. Directors Rayhan Langdana and Jade …

Veritas Presents: Terence Halliday on Human Rights Law in China

The Equal Justice Project is proud to lend its support to Veritas (Christians at Law School), another University of Auckland-based organisation affiliated with our faculty. They are holding an event on the 3rd of March and have extended an invitation to all members of the public to attend. This event will be a talk by Research Professor Terence Halliday on …

Attention: Returning Volunteers Only

With Semester One just on the horizon, the Equal Justice Project’s Executive invites all returning volunteers from 2015 to express their interest ahead of our general recruitment phase in rejoining the teams that they already have experience working with. If you are a returning volunteer from either Communications, Pro Bono, or Community and you wish to work with your previous …

Applications for EJP Manager 2016 Now Open

Being a Manager EJP is run by 2 Co-Directors and an Executive of 8 Managers. Being a Manager is an incredible opportunity to lead a team made up of intelligent, committed and hardworking volunteers. It is an immensely rewarding experience and is a real lesson in leadership. As well as being able to shape your team’s policy, you’ll be involved …

Applications for EJP Director 2016 Now Open

Are you passionate about social justice? Are you organised and have a vision for how the Equal Justice Project can be bigger and better than ever? Apply to be a 2016 EJP Director! We are currently taking applications for a new EJP director for 2016. You can apply for the position using the form below. The EJP Director role involves …