We are always looking for lawyers to help us in our work. So, whether you are a solicitor, barrister, a non-practising lawyer, or a law student, if you care about the natural world and want to help protect it, please get in touch.
At the moment, we require assistance in the following areas:
- Drafting a policy paper and suggestions for a new statutory regime to protect ancient yew trees.
- Collecting examples of where nature has been granted rights from around the world and drafting example documents of such rights.
We are often contacted by members of the public who wish to instruct a lawyer to represent or advise them in a nature protection case. We are therefore looking for lawyers who may be able to take these cases on; particularly direct public access barristers. Our aim is that money should not be a bar to the natural world getting the representation that it needs, so that whilst much of the work is paying, some of it is likely to be pro bono.