Legal Internship Opportunities

Legal Interns - General

Global Rights Compliance is seeking full-time legal interns to join an international team working on international humanitarian and international criminal law projects.

The interns will provide legal research and writing assistance to senior GRC staff located in The Hague. The focus of the research is international humanitarian law and human rights law at both the domestic and international level.

GRC expects the interns to work for a minimum of three months. The intern will be trained, mentored and supervised by the international staff of Global Rights Compliance.

Qualifications and Background:

  • Demonstrated interest (evidenced through work experience or education) in human rights and international humanitarian law.
  • Written and spoken professional fluency in English is required. 
  • Interested in working with an international staff of legal professionals.
  • Respect for confidentiality and neutrality.
  • Exceptional organisational skills, attention to detail, and analytical skills.

GRC is unable to provide any stipend or salary at this time.

Global Rights Compliance is an international group of lawyers specialising in international humanitarian law and human rights issues. It is led by Scott Martin, an American lawyer, and Wayne Jordash QC, a British barrister.

For more information on GRC, visit www.globalrightscompliance.com. Global Rights Compliance is registered as a limited liability partnership through the Companies House in the United Kingdom, Partnership No. OC388087.

To apply, please send your cover letter and CV in English to [email protected].co.uk. Please indicate whether you are applying for a part-time or full-time internship and your preferred start and end date in your application.

Legal Intern for an Investigations Manual

Global Rights Compliance is seeking  full-time legal interns to join an international team working on an international criminal law investigations manual.

Our project is focused on providing advice on investigating and collecting evidence to prove crimes in the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court. The interns will provide legal research and writing assistance to senior GRC staff located in The Hague. 

GRC expects the interns to work for a minimum of three months. The intern will be trained, mentored and supervised by the international staff of Global Rights Compliance.

Qualifications and Background:

  • Demonstrated interest (evidenced through work experience or education) in human rights and international humanitarian law.
  • Written and spoken professional fluency in English is required. 
  • Interested in working with an international staff of legal professionals.
  • Respect for confidentiality and neutrality.
  • Exceptional organisational skills, attention to detail, and analytical skills.

GRC is unable to provide any stipend or salary at this time.

Global Rights Compliance is an international group of lawyers specialising in international humanitarian law and human rights issues. It is led by Scott Martin, an American lawyer, and Wayne Jordash QC, a British barrister.

For more information on GRC, visit www.globalrightscompliance.com. Global Rights Compliance is registered as a limited liability partnership through the Companies House in the United Kingdom, Partnership No. OC388087.

To apply, please send your cover letter and CV in English to [email protected].co.uk. Please indicate your preferred start and end date in your application.

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