About the job
The International Enforcement Law Reporter, a monthly subscription print and online journal covering the latest developments in the field of international enforcement law, is seeking a part-time editorial intern to join its editorial staff for Fall 2021. The internship will involve roughly 7-15 hours of work/week, and can be conducted remotely. It is unpaid, but may be undertaken for academic credit, if your university allows.
The intern will primarily assist with the preparation of posts on the IELR’s companion blog, IELRBlog.com/. Every month, the intern will work with the IELR’s assistant editor to author 2-3 posts for the blog. The posts will cover topics related to international enforcement law, such as money laundering, transnational corruption, transnational organized crime, and international human rights law. Our posts report on recent developments in the news, but they also include a significant analysis component. This is an excellent opportunity for undergrad considering law school!
This position is ideal for someone interested in international law, or with a prior background or interest in international relations.
- Enrolled as a student in an undergraduate or graduate institution;
- Outstanding writing, critical thinking, and research skills;
- Strong academic background, especially in political science, international relations, and law-related courses;
- Interest in international enforcement law, human rights, or related fields, such as national security;
If you would like to be considered for this position, please submit a cover letter, resume, unofficial academic transcript, and short writing sample (up to 1000 words) to the IELR’s assistant editor, Marwah Adhoob, at firstname.lastname@example.org
In the past on a couple of occasions the position has resulted in full-time employment with the law firm involved with the publication.