The London Law Internship Program
All students in London are eligible to apply for an internship. Past interns have worked for organizations including law firms, multinational corporations, British solicitors and barristers, non-profit organizations, and the U.S. Embassy. Participating employers for the 2017-2018 academic year will include KPMG, Laura Devine Solicitors, Rodney Dixon QC, the U.S. Embassy, and the Islington Law Centre, among others. In addition, students who are interested in other internship possibilities in particular fields may contact Nick Brill, program specialist for internships, to discuss their options.
For a detailed document on London internships, click here.
Time Commitment and Credits
Over the course of an academic semester, an intern may work for 60 hours to receive one credit, or for 120 hours to receive two credits. Interns may work a maximum of 20 hours per week.
Any student who obtains an internship in London will require a Tier 4 Student Visa. Brill will provide guidance on the visa application process.
Registering Your Interest
Students who would like to learn more about the internship program should complete an electronic questionnaire through the Terra Dotta system, as discussed during the London program informational meeting in March. Their names will be forwarded to Brill, who will contact them via email with more details about the program and application process. In addition, students are always welcome to send any questions about internships to Brill, or to Michael Addo, the director of the London Law Program.