The ICC is inviting applications for internships within its Prosecution Division. The internships will last between three and six months and will involve working full time.
The intern’s duties and responsibilities are listed as:
- To conduct legal research
- To assist in the drafting of legal filings
- To participate in evidence analysis
- To review documents for disclosure
- To contribute to team meetings.
Candidates must have a law degree or be in the final stages of their legal studies at university. A very good academic record is required.
Practical experience of work relevant to the ICC is desirable, but not required.
Personal skills such as strong teamworking skills; experience of working in multicultural and multilingual environments and strong IT skills are required.
It is essential that candidates have fluency in one of the court’s working languages, those being English and French. A working knowledge of one of the court’s other official languages is desirable, those being Arabic, Chinese, Russian or Spanish.
Further information about this opportunity can be found by following this link: http://bit.ly/2eN2MYa
The closing date for applications in 10th December 2016.