Intern International Criminal Law and Legal Aspects of Counter-Terrorism
The T.M.C. Asser Instituut offers recently graduated or advanced law students the opportunity to enrich their knowledge with practical experience of working in the field of public international law, with a focus on international criminal law and legal aspects of counter-terrorism.
The Institute currently offers an intern position in this strand.
The intern will work mainly:
- On the International Crimes Database (ICD) (internationalcrimesdatabase.org) and its specific Foreign Fighters Tab (http://www.internationalcrimesdatabase.org/ForeignFighters);
- On capacity building projects on international and transnational criminal law.
In addition to these tasks, the intern may be required to work on research tasks for the (senior) researchers of the Research Strand ‘Human Dignity and Human Security in International and European Law’. The intern may also be required to help with the organisation of our events and the subsequent drafting of reports.
What we offer:
One full-time, paid (€ 300 to € 450 a month, depending on level of education) internship for a period of six months, starting 23rd of April 2018, for a recently graduated or an advanced law student specialising in international criminal law and legal aspects of counter-terrorism.
Interested candidates should:
- Have a demonstrable interest in and an academic background in public international law, with a focus on international criminal law and legal aspects of counter-terrorism;
- Have a Master/LLM in or be current enrolled in a Master Programme in public international law, with a focus on international criminal law and/or legal aspects of counter-terrorism;
- Have strong legal analysis and writing skills;
- Fluency in written and spoken English and French.
- Be able to draft different types of documents (from academic pieces to project proposals and reports);
- Be able to help organise events and conferences;
- Be motivated and interested in the aims of our organisation;
- Have good team spirit but also be able to work independently.
How to apply:
If you are interested in applying please send an email by 3 April, 10:00 CET, to firstname.lastname@example.org with:
- Your letter of motivation;
- Your CV (in Europass format) in English and MS-Word only;
- Your Master/LLM grade transcripts;
- A sample of your writing (e.g. a paper you have written for your studies).
The selected applicants will be invited for interviews which will take place on 17 and 18 April 2018. The envisaged start date is 23 April 2018. Applications received after 3 April, 10:00 CET, not having four attachments to the e-mail (letter of motivation, CV, grade transcripts and writing sample) or not indicating “Application Intern ICL and Legal Aspects of CT” in the subject line of the e-mail will not be considered.