Country
Ireland
Employment Type
Intern
Contract Length
1-3 Months 3-6 Months
Compensation
Unpaid
Non Profit
No
Industry
Business Human Rights Journalism Law Public Policy

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Job Description

Dublin is the political and legal capital of Ireland and the city’s legal district is home to nine courts including the High, Supreme, District, and Criminal Courts. The law in Ireland consist of constitutional, statute and common law. Law interns can work in the office of the government’s legal advisor, or with members of Irish parliament on legal research and administration. There are also opportunities to work alongside Irish barristers and observe court proceedings. Law firms offer law students, graduates, and professionals experience across the various practices of law including: international, family, criminal, and corporate law. Legal advice centers provide opportunities for private consultations and referrals with refugees and other marginalized members of society needing legal assistance.

Benefits

- An internship tailored to your specific career goals
- Free or at-cost access to weekly social events with your fellow Connect-123 program participants
- Comprehensive Dublin orientation upon arrival
- Assistance in arranging housing
- Pre-trip Dublin information pack
- Airport pick up
- Advice, support, and guidance before, during, and after your stay
- 24/7 Emergency assistance
- Lifetime Connect-123 Alumni group membership, connecting you with program graduates around the world for advice and opportunities