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Since 1990, the CBA has delivered legal and justice reform and capacity building projects in 29 countries across Asia, Africa, Central Europe and the Caribbean.

The CBA is committed to the values of an independent legal profession, an independent judiciary, the rule of law and the dignity of the individual and knows that access to justice is essential to all of these values. Our commitment to working collaboratively has allowed us to develop particularly close relationships with overseas partners. More on CBA International Initiatives.
 

Programs

The CBA receives most of its funding for international projects through two funding streams at the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Partnership and Bilateral. More on DFATD Support and Funding.

Programs by Country or Region:

Youth Lawyers International Program
 

Getting Involved

International Initiatives Resource Bank
Sign up to be included in our database of members interested in being part of the Committee's initiatives on a volunteer basis.

Volunteer Contributions
CBA member volunteers, who include lawyers, judges, law professors and law students, are the strength of our program.
 

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What's New
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Resources

Commonwealth Lawyers Association Report (.pdf)

Ringing the Equality Bell: The Role of Women Lawyers in Promoting Gender Equality in Nepal (.pdf)

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