NADEL is a voluntary organisation of lawyers, which has as its primary goal a legal and judicial system that realises access to justice for disadvantaged people and the rule of law.
Vision An Mission
To affiliate to any organisation, local or international, having aims and objectives consistent with those of the Association provided that such affiliation shall be first approved by the General Council. To assist those who wish to study, research or teach law
The type of people you will be working with
NADEL members and branches actively seek to nominate judicial candidates to increase the representation of black and female judges. Judicial skills training is conducted to create a larger pool of prospective judicial candidates, with a special focus on social context training (human rights awareness) and gender sensitivity.
Nadel initiated a pilot training programme in conjunction with the Department of Justice, Justice College, the Black Lawyers Association and the Canadian Linkage Project.
What we can do for you
Who We Are
NADEL promotes and defends the constitutional order to ensure access to justice and the realisation of civil, political and socio-economic rights.
Its activities include the restructuring of the legal aid board, legal aid system, transformation of the composition of the judiciary, judicial training, human rights training for NGOs, CBOs and para-legal and gender-sensitivity training for lawyers.