Global Internship Report 2009


In today’s economic and legal environment, students find that an international work experience will give them the tools necessary to face a constantly changing world. Law students want to understand other legal systems, be part of different day-to-day operations, live and work in other languages, and immerse themselves in daily routines that are foreign to them. All this brings us to the importance of a program such as the GIP. We encourage our law students to explore the legal world in all its dimensions.

This year, we placed 29 students in 18 countries for Summer 2009 Global Internships.