The coming available periods are:
- 1st November 2017 – 31st January 2018 Ref(HK-Nov17) Deadline for the applications: 31 August 2017
- 1st February 2018 – 30 April 2018 – Ref(HK-Feb18) Deadline for the applications: 30 November 2017
- 1st May 2018 – 31st July 2018 – Ref(HK-May18) Deadline for the applications: 28 February 2018
(Please mention the reference in the subject line of your application)
The intern will be under the supervision of the Asian arbitration team based in Hong Kong.
Tasks entrusted to intern include:
- reading, commenting on and drafting documents related to current arbitration cases
- doing research for the preparation of conferences, presentations, and publications
- translating legal documents
A student with a strong background in international commercial arbitration law and a first-hand experience in arbitration preferred – speaking English fluently, Asian language is an asset.
Student status is not compulsory but the candidate will have to apply for a work visa. More information can be found at
Internships in Hong Kong are unremunerated and interns are required to handle and pay for their own travel and accommodation arrangements for the duration of their stay. Unfortunately, scholarship cannot be granted by the ICC.
The internship is full-time (however a few hours’ classes during the week are accepted). The average working week is 35 hours.
Applications should be addressed in English by email only to Mrs. Claudia Pansa, Human Resources Coordinator, ICC Dispute Resolution Services, email@example.com
This should include:
- a short CV (two pages maximum focusing on the experience relevant to the internship) and indicating clearly your current studies (with expected graduation date)
- a cover letter (no model provided), describing in a detailed way which arbitration/mediation classes you followed and your first professional experience(s) in relation to arbitration/mediation. Please, indicate clearly your availability.
About International Chamber of Commerce
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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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