Law Student Network
A formal system set up among law students around the world, that would tap into their knowledge and ideals. They can be given legal research assignments, and send communications on behalf of detainees, while earning class credit or pro bono hours.
Law schools are full of students with knowledge of the law & aspirations to make the world more just. They also are able to receive class credit and pro bono hours for working on projects involving human rights, international law and comparative law.
An online network could have law students worldwide register, and then send out alerts to them on projects that need research, activism, or other work. Students could then accept assignments and produce the work product on behalf of the detainees.
The system would keep track of the hours they spend and work they produce, which they can use to build up their CV and pro bono track record. It can also help them network and find contacts for their future careers.