Each year, UNIDROIT welcomes a limited number of interns to participate in the work of the Secretariat on one of the subjects (including non legislative activities, in particular the data base UNILEX) on the Institute's current Work Programme, or on work associated with other UNIDROIT instruments. Interns will be generally expected to conduct research on specific aspects of the subject chosen/assigned and/or to prepare concept notes.
Interns must have a law degree (preferably postgraduate) or in any case be at least in their final year of law school. They may also spend part of their time carrying out personal research.
Translators (French/English) specialised in the legal field (graduated or in the final year of their degree) may also apply. Internships in the UNIDROIT library are also offered to students on information and library sciences.
All applicants must have a good knowledge of both spoken and written English (knowledge of any other language is also appreciated).
The length of an internship is two (exceptionally three) consecutive months (excluding the month of August).
Regretfully, UNIDROIT cannot remunerate interns who are further required to have adequate medical insurance coverage during their stay in Rome.
Individual applications (curriculum vitae and a letter of intent) should be sent to Ms Laura Tikanvaara: email@example.com
For institutional co-operation (universities, research institutes, governmental entities) please contact Mme Frédérique Mestre: firstname.lastname@example.org
See also: Research and Scholarships Opportunities at Unidroit.
Secondments at UNIDROIT
UNIDROIT also welcomes officials and lawyers from UNIDROIT member States to join its staff temporarily on secondment : judges, public administration officials, officials from public companies or professional entities – with salary and related benefits including health and pension schemes being fully covered.
Persons and Institutions interested in this kind of co-operation are invited to contact Mme Frédérique Mestre : email@example.com