The Legal Aid Board office in Freetown was stretched to the limit following the storming of the office by desperate students of the Njala University seeking the intervention
Since the Legal Aid Board started operations in May 2015, it has amply demonstrated commitment to protecting the rights of children through the provision of legal services, legal
The Legal Aid Board took the final step towards operationalizing the Citizens Advisory Bureau (CAB) by organizing a one-day training workshop for sixty volunteers at the Lumley Community
The Legal Aid Board took a giant step towards expanding access to justice by deploying thirty-five Paralegals around the country in December 2016. Thanks to support from the
The Legal Aid Board has announced that Edmond Pratt will serve as the Paralegal responsible for juveniles in the meantime. This follows the suspension of Child Advocate Ibrahim
The Legal Aid Board’s Paralegal responsible for Juvenile matters, Ibrahim Kallon made his first appearance before Magistrate Binneh Kamara of Court No. 1 on Tuesday, January 31 to
The Sierra Leone Legal Aid Board past Tuesday 11th October, 2016 joined the Annie Walsh Memorial Secondary School to observe this year’s International Day of the Girl Child
The Executive Director of Legal Aid Board Sierra Leone, Mrs. Claire Carton-Hanciles, has engaged Council of Tribal Heads in Sierra Leone to dialogue on security and justice issues.