- National Research Groups
Within the National Research Groups, there are positions for i) National Researchers who comduct the research, ii) Academic Coordinators who support the National Researchers, and iii) Linguistic Editors who proofread the reports and ensures uniform use of nomenclature. After the application phase, the National Coordinator selects their team.
- National Coordinators and Academic Supervisors
National Coordinators are responsible for overall coordination of the research in a respective country. The National Coordinator will be assisted by the National Academic Supervisor who is a legal expert (practicioner, academic or similar). The National Coordinator is in charge of communication between the National Research Groups and the International Coordination Team.
- International Coordination Team
This team consists of coordinators and editors:
i) The International Academic Coordinator supervises the content of the LRG and oversees the feedback procedure, in which they are supported by the International Research Assistants.
ii) The International Human Resources Coordinator takes care of the applications, allocations of teams and the general management.
iii) The International Linguistic Editor and International Technical Editor assist the International Board in finalising the reports, and provide feedback throughout the process.
- ELSA and the Academic Partner
The main organiser of the International Legal Research Groups is the International Board of ELSA, with the support of the Academic Partner (e.g. Council of Europe).