The 2016 Kalisher Trust Internship at JUSTICE

by | Jul 5, 2016

JUSTICE is recruiting for The Kalisher Trust internship which will take place from October 2016 to January 2017, and will be based in our London office. Interns will be paid an award of £5,000 in total.

Read more on our internships page

The Kalisher scholarship is intended to encourage and assist those intending to practice at the Criminal Bar who demonstrate “exceptional promise but modest means”.

The Kalisher intern works with JUSTICE’s Director of Criminal Justice on a range of domestic and EU criminal justice matters. As an intern you would be an invaluable member of our team, assisting in the development of our policy lines and providing research and analysis to support arguments for or against law reform. If we are involved in a third party intervention during the internship, you would be undertaking comparative research and possibly drafting submissions. Interns will accompany us to meetings with law-makers and NGOs, speaking engagements and events as well as court hearings.

To be considered for an internship students should email a copy of their CV and a brief covering letter to jobs@justice.org.uk. The subject line should be ‘INTERNSHIP’. The closing date for applications is Sunday 10 July 2016 at 9 pm. More information can be viewed here.

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