The South Sudan Law Society (SSLS) is a voluntary association of lawyers from across South Sudan and the diaspora established in 1994. Its membership includes judges, magistrates, legal academics, law students, and lawyers working for the government, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and in private practice. The SSLS’s mandate, vision, mission and core values are as follows:
To protect the rights of the people of South Sudan and promote the interests of its members through legal interventions and legal empowerment in accordance with human rights and humanitarian law.
Access to justice for all in South Sudan.
To advocate for rule of law, good governance and respect for human rights.
SSLS is governed by a Board of Directors and a secretary. The Board of Directors serves as the policy body of the organization responsible for making policies and overseeing the work of the secretariat. While the secretariat serves as the executive body responsible for implementing the policies of the organization and carrying out the day to day work of the organization.
In addition to that its head office in Juba, the capital city of South Sudan, the SSLS has field offices across South Sudan in Torit, Nimule, Yei, Wau and Bor.
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The SSLS is a membership-based civil society
organization based in South Sudan.