Law Society calls for Stage International internship applications

The eight-week internship hosted by the Paris Bar is open to all young French-speaking lawyers

Law Society calls for Stage International internship applications

The New Zealand Law Society is calling for applications for the 2018 Stage International internship.

Open to all young French-speaking lawyers around the world, tuition for the eight-week internship will be fully covered by the Paris Bar, which is hosting the program. Applicants must be less than 40 years of age and fluent in French.

Other costs, such as travel, accommodation, meals, and liability insurance, will be covered by the participants.

The internship is centred on the law and the practice of the legal profession in France in an international environment. It will also help participants build a professional and friendly network with lawyers from around the world.

The Law Society is taking applications until 5pm on 25 May. Applicants must send a CV and a cover letter in both English and French.

The program runs from 8 October to 30 November.

 

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