Baindu Koroma began working as a paralegal at Timap for Justice in 2009. As a community-based paralegal, she offered assistance in navigating local authorities and worked to resolve disputes through mediation, advocacy, education and litigation. Beginning in 2012, she worked as team leader for the Bo office in the Criminal Justice Program of Timap, providing legal education and reintegration assistance to persons in conflict with the police, prisons and courts. She has also worked as a paralegal at AdvocAid, providing legal education to women in conflict with the law.
In May 2014, she joined Namati as a Call Center Advocate, providing counseling and legal education while working to connect clients with service providers. Since July 2016, she has worked as a Legal Empowerment Advocate in the Namati Sierra Leone Kenema office.
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