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Summer Internship The work done will depend greatly on case needs at the time of internship, but interns can expect that much of the work will involve legal research and writing. A majority of research assignments may relate more to evidence, procedure and domestic law than to matters of international or human rights law. Should have some familiarity with human rights law and evidence. Second and third year law students are considered. Exceptional first year law students may be considered. Note: Any relevant coursework (especially evidence, trial advocacy, human rights law, public international or comparative law, and immigration law), and professor(s) for any human rights or international law courses and language abilities, especially Spanish, French, Arabic, Farsi, Haitian Creole, Swahili, Somali or any southeast Asian languages should be identified in cover letter.
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