AIBA was established in 2007 pursuant to the Advocates’ Law as statutory body mandated as a professional association providing training, pro-bono coordination, and advocacy for its members, as well as it is responsible for licensing, discipline and regulations for attorney throughout Afghanistan. AIBA is governed by a board of fifteen members, of which minimum three members should be female, as stated in its constitution. Since its establishment, AIBA’s main focus has been increasing its membership of registered defense lawyers to afford Afghans their legal rights and offer legal assistance, including pro bono work, to women, children and men. the current membership of AIBA stand at 40,00 registered defense attorney across Afghanistan. AIBA has regional sub-offices in Balkh, Herat, Nangarhar, Kandahar, Kunduz, Helmand and Bamyan provinces.
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