BHRC Individual Membership
Every practising or non-practising member of the Bar of England and Wales and all law students are eligible for membership to the BHRC. If you would like to become a member of the BHRC please complete the BHRC membership application online and post the signed standing order form to:
Bar Human Rights Committee
Doughty Street Chambers
53-54 Doughty Street
London, WC1N 2LS
DX 223 Chancery Lane
Formal membership is not a requirement to be involved in projects. The BHRC is very interested in new involvement and initiatives, and if you have a particular area of expertise and/or interest please forward brief details of these to the BHRC Project Coordinator.
Regular seminars and public meetings
You may wish to become involved by attending our public meetings and seminars, which are held regularly and advertised in the News part of our webpage. BHRC events are open, and all are welcome to attend.
Write Urgent Actions
The BHRC encourages members of the public and members of the BHRC to write letters of concern to support our projects and to support urgent actions written by the BHRC. If you would like to suggest the BHRC to issue a statement or letter of concern, please contact the BHRC Project Coordinator.
Internships and vacancies
The BHRC does not presently have any internship, volunteer or other vacancies.