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Lawyers are playing an important role in society through the practice of law, which encompasses a multitude of activities. A legal internship will provide you a strong base and the ability to pursue employment opportunities outside of the legal profession in areas such as politics and business.

Legal/Law Internship 

Most major law firms in Asia have their own structured 1 month internship program with intake 3 times a year (January, May & August). Beware of the competitiveness of this industry and those practices. International high-school graduates on a gap year, undergraduate students and recent graduates also want to intern abroad in a prestigious law firms.

Thanks to our long standing relationships with many firms, longer law internships are also available all year round (summer internships and winter internships).

Participating in a legal internship typically involves working in an environment where professionalism, responsiveness, creativeness, and teamwork are the key skills.

You might work alongside:

  • Lawyers
  • Patent attorneys
  • Trademark attorneys
  • Legal assistants

Sample legal project

  • Doing legal research
  • Working alongside lawyers representing clients on a large variety of legal matters
  • Deal with clients ranging from multinational corporations, large or medium-sized state owned enterprises, to start-up enterprises in a large variety of industries, including but not limited to, automobile, energy, pharmacy, real estate, trading, retail, telecommunication, and internet industries;

Choose your Destination

Program inclusions

  • Available all-year round
  • Flexible start date and length
  • All-inclusive Programs

Sample Legal internships where we have placed our interns:

  • Lovells
  • Stephenson Harwood
  • Sheppard Mullin LLC
  • Dacheng Law firm
  • Promise Law firm
  • King and Wood
  • Siam Legal
  • Oldham, Li&Nie
  • Fong’s Lawyers
  • Zhonglun
  • Opus Law Firm
  • Tian Yuan Law
  • Red Flag Group
  • Luther LLP
  • Hylands
  • Asian Human Rights Commission

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