Upcoming Justice Events
24-26 Sep 2020
9th Asia Pro Bono Conference and Access to Justice Exchange – Cebu Philippines
Join us in Nepal to celebrate and emphasize pro bono legal work, access to justice and legal empowerment initiatives, as well as discuss ways to further the outreach of pro bono ethos and impact in Asia and around the Globe.
11 – 15 Dec 2019
Asia Access to Justice Week – Chiang Mai, Thailand
The A2JW focuses on both raising awareness of Access to Justice (A2J) challenges throughout Asia and globally and identifying practicable and suitable strategies to overcome these barriers.
13 – 14 Dec 2019
Asia Region CLE Mock Trial Workshop & Event – Chiang Mai, Thailand
CLE Mock Trial allows students to develop legal, analytical and advocacy skills, thereby increasing familiarity with court process and enhancing participants’ appreciation and understanding of legal ethics.
11 – 14 Dec 2019
The Justice Health & Fitness Fair
It is an awareness-raising event that gives groups working for social justice an invaluable opportunity to network while introducing their work to the public and promoting job and volunteer possibilities.
15 Dec 2019
11th Asia Justice Marathon
A signature awareness-raising event for the need for support and understanding of the access to justice issues. You’re not just running in another event, you’re running on a path to Justice.
1 Sep – 31 Dec 2019
The Global Pro Bono Move
A global awareness-raising event promoting the positive work of lawyers, while encouraging you to put the power in your run/walk by donating to support access to justice and Rule of Law initiatives.
Over 900 Legal Trainings
Since 2003, BABSEACLE has a proven record of inspiring training workshops with law teachers, lawyers, legal service providers, students and community members through Asia and globally.
BABSEACLE seeks to develop and strengthen positive partnerships and networks locally, regionally and internationally. We endeavor to link access to justice programs to civil society organizations, law firms, corporations, governmental policy makers, municipalities, and justice sector institutions. We welcome partnerships to support these access to justice champions.
Providing technical, administrative and organizational support and helping establish and strengthen university-based and community-based Clinical Legal Education (CLE) and Justice Education programs.
Offering opportunities for pro bono departments of law firms and corporations to train and assist in the development of the professional, ethical and legal skills of lawyers and professors of law.
Develops and assists in the development of interactive legal curricula and manuals for university law faculties, community-based legal advisors, paralegals, non-governmental and governmental organizations.
Works to connect new university clinics, justice and pro bono initiatives with established university clinics, justice, and pro bono initiatives, as well as teaming clinics with pro bono departments of law firms and corporations.
Who Are We?
We are BABSEACLE, a 501-C-3 U.S. not-for-profit, access to justice/legal education organization which collaborates globally in the development of justice education and access to justice initiatives while simultaneously fostering generations of pro bono minded champions. BABSEACLE has been working collaboratively with universities, law students, law faculties, lawyers, members of the legal community, justice-related organizational partners, government and the private sector since 2003 to develop justice education and pro bono related programs throughout Asia and globally. These programs assist in providing access to justice services while simultaneously helping to build the next generation of social justice, pro bono minded champions. These programs and clinics assist communities, provide legal aid services and simultaneously help to build the next generation of social justice, pro-bono minded champions.
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What is gender based violence (GBV)? Gender based violence or GBV is violence inflicted on women and children. The acts of gender based violence (GBV) usually result in physical, sexual, psychological or economic harm or suffering to women. Examples include: Physical...
Seeking ICIRs 2-Semester Placements in Myanmar (2018-2019) We are currently seeking ICIRs for 2-Semester placements in Myanmar (2018-2019). BABSEACLE regularly hosts a number of “Clinicians-in-Residence”. These individuals are leading practitioners and thinkers in...
On July 20th, 2016 BABSEACLE Directors Bruce A. Lasky and Wendy Morrish were invited by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Maldives Attorney General’s Office (AGO) to assist as resource persons in the country’s first “National Legal Aid...