The Asser Institute, a research centre for international and European law, is offering two payed six month internships for recently graduated or advanced law students specialising in Public International Law.
Candidates should be recently graduated or advanced law students with a demonstrated interested in Public International Law – specifically in counter-terrorism, international criminal law, international humanitarian law and human rights law. They should have legal analysis and writing skills, event organization abilities, as well as flexibility, independency and fluency in written and spoken English.
The interns will become team members and will work on different projects, such as assisting with the International Crimes Database, research, planning conferences, editing, logistics related to the Supranational Criminal Law Lecture Series and the HILAC Lecture Series. One of the interns will work on a single project, related to collecting, analysing and reporting on proceedings where foreign fighters were prosecuted, in cooperation with International Centre for Counter-Terrorism – The Hague (ICCT).
Interns will be remunerated with a sum ranging from €300,- to €450,-- depending on factors such as availability and level of education.
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