FOR AFRICA'S LEGAL NETWORK
Developing a foundation for strong multinational social alliances and legal partnerships
BUILD A NETWORK
Develop strong alliances among legal professionals.
Serve as a resource center for developing Africa-relevant epistemology of gender and the law.
Enhance the capacity of women to contribute to good governance.
Develop training seminars and workshops for enhancing the capacity of women in law.
Promote the advancement of women within the profession.
Foster sustained collaboration between women in law across Africa and the Diaspora.
To build a network of legal professionals devoted to using the law as a tool for positive societal change and advancement.
ADVANCING, REFINING & EMPOWERING
The Institute for African Women in Law is non-profit, non-governmental organization committed to supporting the formidable works of women in law across the continent of Africa and the Diaspora. It aims to be a focal point for addressing issues within various fields of the legal and judicial professions. The Institute relies on the skills and expertise of highly qualified lawyers, judges and law professors as forerunners in the development of best practices, skill sets and innovative programming for women across the various fields of law.