An Externship is an opportunity for students to earn academic credit by working under the guidance of a practicing attorney at a carefully selected placement. Students can do an externship anywhere in the world, though many externships based in the United States may provide valuable experience in international law.
To learn more about the requirements of doing any type of externship, please visit the Externship Program webpage.
Student can independently arrange externships with individual firms or organizations. For those interested in externships or work with inter-governmental and non-governmental organizations, the International Law Program has produced a detailed list of possibilities:
- International Law Career Opportunities: International Law, International Human Rights, and International Criminal Law