Pan African Lawyer’s Union (PALU) is the premier continental forum of and for lawyers and lawyers’ associations in Africa. Established in 2002 to reflect the aspirations and concerns of the African people and to promote and defend their shared interests, PALU brings together the continent’s regional and national lawyers’ associations, and over 1,000 individual lawyers. Members of PALU are lawyers, professionals and institutions from various areas of legal practice and professionals that adhere to our vision of seeing a united, just and prosperous Africa, built on the rule of law and good governance.

People Groups
Activistes
Children & Young People
People in Detention
People with Disabilities
People who use Drugs
Elderly People
People experiencing Homelessness or live in informal settlements
Informal Workers
Personnes LGBTQIA+
People affected by Displacement (including migrants and refugees)
People experiencing Poverty
Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC)
Travailleurs du sexe
Women and Girls
Porteurs de devoirs
Approach
Plaidoyer
Renforcement des capacités
Reforme de Loi
Strategic Litigation
Recherche
Policy Reform
Regions
Afrique