Overview

3 Arbitration Interns for our Arbitration Case Management Teams

The internship is for a non-flexible period of 3 months starting on 2 October 2017. The Intern will be under the supervision of 2 arbitration case management teams in Paris.

Tasks entrusted to the Intern include:

  • commenting and drafting of documents related to arbitration cases in English and French
  • drafting in English and French
  • legal research and reading legal documents in English, French, Arabic, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Turkish or any Eastern European language
  • preparation of conferences
  • translation of legal documents
  • ad hoc assignments as requested by the teams

Preference will be given to students in international commercial law arbitration with strong academic credentials and prior work experience. Fluent English is a requirement. Being fluent in one of the following languages is an advantage: Arabic, German, Italien, Portuguese, Spanish, Turkish or any Eastern European language.

Arbitration Trainee for the Office of the Dispute Resolution Services (DRS) Secretary General and 2 arbitration case management teams

The Traineeship is for a non-flexible period of 6 months starting on 3 January 2018.

The Trainee will be under the supervision of the Office of the DRS Secretary General in Paris and 2 arbitration case management teams.

Tasks entrusted to the Trainee include:
– reading, commenting and drafting of documents related to arbitration cases in English
– legal research and drafting
– preparation of conferences
– translation of legal documents
– ad hoc assignments as requested by the teams and the Office of the DRS Secretary General

Preference will be given to students in international commercial law arbitration with strong academic credentials and prior work experience – native English speaker; any additional language is an advantage in the recruitment process.

Arbitration Trainee in the Office of the Dispute Resolution Services (DRS) General Counsel and 2 arbitration case management teams

The Traineeship is for a non-flexible period of 6 months starting on 3 January 2018.

The Trainee will be under the supervision of the Office of the DRS General Counsel in Paris and 2 arbitration case management teams.Tasks entrusted to the Trainee include:
– reading, commenting and drafting of documents related to arbitration cases in English
– legal research and drafting
– preparation of conferences
– translation of legal documents
– ad hoc assignments as requested by the teams and the Office of the DRS General Counsel

Preference will be given to students in international commercial law arbitration with strong academic credentials and prior work experience – speaking English and French fluently; any additional language is an advantage in the recruitment process.

ELIGIBILITY CONDITIONS

The candidate needs to still be registered as a student during the time of the internship. Recent graduates who are not anymore enrolled in an educational program are therefore not eligible to do an Internship at ICC.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Nationals from outside the European Union or Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Andorra, Monaco, or Switzerland should get an appropriate visa from the French consulate. Interns are also required to handle their own travel/accommodation arrangements for the duration of their stay. The ICC is not in a position to provide scholarships/fellowships.

The Internship Programs are full-time and the average working week is 35 hours.

The Intern will receive a monthly gratification of about EUR 500 + meal vouchers + partial compensation of public transport costs.

APPLICATION PROCESS

Applications should be addressed in English only by email addressed to the Selection Committee (Attn. Ms Claudia Pansa) at courtinternship@iccwbo.org.

This should include:

  • a short CV (one-page maximum focusing on the experience relevant to the Internship) and indicating your current studies (with expected graduation date)
  • a cover letter (no model provided), describing in a detailed way which arbitration classes you followed and your first professional experience(s) in relation to arbitration.
  • Two referees’ names with their respective contact details (if possible one academic referee and one professional referee who supervised you directly)
  • an academic writing sample in English ( e.g. submitted paper during university studies)

DEADLINE TO APPLY: 30 JULY 2017

About International Chamber of Commerce

The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC; French: Chambre de commerce internationale (CCI)) is the largest, most representative business organization in the world.[1] Its hundreds of thousands of member companies in over 130 countries have interests spanning every sector of private enterprise.

ICC has three main activities: rule setting, dispute resolution, and policy advocacy. Because its member companies and associations are themselves engaged in international business, ICC has unrivalled authority in making rules that govern the conduct of business across borders. Although these rules are voluntary, they are observed in countless thousands of transactions every day and have become part of international trade.

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