Bernard Koteen Office of Public Interest Advising (OPIA)
Harvard Law School is pleased to announce an opportunity to apply for the International Court of Justice University Traineeship Program. The International Court of Justice Traineeship begins in September each year and lasts for a period of nine months.
This is a unique opportunity to gain in-depth experience in public international law and work alongside judges at the ICJ. The experience may vary depending upon the judge, but all trainees can expect to have the opportunity to work closely with their assigned judge(s). The 9 month traineeship comes with a $45,000 stipend.
Interested candidates must submit materials by January 12th at 11:59 p.m. EST for consideration.
The Robert M. Cover Retreat brings together law students, academics and practitioners committed to public interest to share their experiences, network and reinvigorate their commitment to this important work. Registration deadline is February 17, 2017. When: March 3-5, 2017
Where: Sargent Center, Peterborough, NH
Cost: $195 (includes retreat fees, lodging, and all meals/food).
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