Council of Europe
Assistant Lawyer – Armenia
Job Address
Application Deadline
Strasbourg, France
- From day-to-day, you will find yourself examining and dealing with applications, drafting decisions and reports, advising applicants on admissibility, attending the Court's sessions, presenting applications and supporting more seasoned colleagues
Required Qualifications
- You will require a law degree gained in Armenia, giving you broad knowledge of constitutional and international law - Some professional practice experience would be useful, but above all you will be well versed in the Armenian legal system, highly IT literate and extremely organised and methodical in your approach - In addition to Armenian (mother-tongue level), you have very good knowledge of one of the two official languages of the Council of Europe (English, French) and ability to draft legal texts therein clearly and precisely
Application Procedures
Applications should be made in English or French using the Council of Europe online application system at Please mention in your application that you have learned about this position from
Additonal Information
Based in Strasbourg, France, the European Court of Human Rights is an international court set up in 1959. It rules on individual or State applications alleging violations of the civil and political rights set out in the European Convention on Human Rights. Our Assistant Lawyers’ Scheme offers legal professionals at the start of their careers invaluable exposure to the European Court of Human Rights. Enjoying our highly regarded in-house training programme, you will benefit from regular contact with experienced case lawyers, senior managers and judges. Working together to make Europe grow Assistant Lawyer – Armenia (e104/2017) European Court of Human Rights - Strasbourg