BIICL recruiting interns for migration and refugee law research projects
The British Institute of International and Comparative Law is seeking to recruit interns to support the institute's work on migration and refugee law. This is a relatively new area of work for the institute and we're seeking to develop a number of research projects on the issue over the coming months. Interns will support this work by undertaking research and legal analysis, helping develop funding proposals and organising events.
Basic knowledge of international migration and refugee law is essential. An LLM or other postgraduate degree is desirable. Fluent English and excellent attention to detail are essential, and priority will be given to those with prior research experience.
Internships are flexible in terms of length and time commitment. Although we usually ask for a minimum of two days a week for a three month period, this can be increased in intensity, i.e. daily for a six week period. Working hours are 09.30-17.30 with an hour lunch break. Unfortunately we cannot reimburse you for any costs incurred in attending the internship, but you are able to attend all Institute events for free for the duration of your internship.
Interested persons should submit a CV and a cover letter (of no more than 1 page) via email to Dr Jean-Pierre Gauci at email@example.com. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis however the number of opportunities available is limited.