Your law internship responsibilities during the Foreign Law Student Internship Program in the Netherlands range from document research, drafting legal documents (such as writ of summons, pleadings, statements of defence etc.), attending court hearings in the Netherlands, and using various legal strategies to complete assigned tasks for our international clients. This is your chance to gain invaluable experience and learn more about working in the competitive field of law.
THE FOLLOWING ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA APPLY TO THE FOREIGN LAW STUDENT INTERNSHIP PROGRAM:
Applicants for the MAAK Foreign Law Student Internship Program preferably have a university degree, or are in the final stage of their university studies.
Preference is given to law graduates who are acquainted with private international law and (or) comparative law, and have an outstanding academic record and a demonstrated interest in company law.
Applicants must be proficient in English and (preferably) Dutch, both written and oral. Knowledge of other languages, particularly German, is an asset.
Applicants must have an outstanding writing ability.
HOW TO APPLY FOR THE FOREIGN LAW STUDENT INTERNSHIP PROGRAM?
Foreign law students interested in being considered for this unique opportunity in the Netherlands should forward:
A cover letter that addresses what you believe demonstrates your qualification(s), including, for example, academic and personal strengths;
A current resume (including at least one professional / academic reference (please include complete contact info for references including name, title, phone, email),
Your official law school transcript and a legal writing sample.