The U.S.-Asia Law Institute is seeking exceptional interns with a demonstrated interest in the legal, social, political, and economic challenges in Asia. This intern should have strong research/writing skills and proficiency in an Asian-language is preferred.
The intern will research current legal developments in Asia; write, edit, and translate documents (especially Chinese-language). They will also have an opportunity to provide administrative and digital media support as needed.
Internships are unpaid positions.
Candidates should be able commit to a minimum of 6 weeks, and at least three days per week, or the equivalent of 24 hours per week. Full-time availability in the summer is preferred.
Education and prior experience most suited for this internship:
Law or graduate student preferred; strong research, writing, and editing skills; excellent attention to detail; reliable; proficiency with Microsoft Office; flexibility handling diverse tasks; native or full professional proficiency in English is preferred.
How to apply:
E-mail: 1) a cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org indicating your interest in the position and the days and hours you are available; 2) a resume; and 3) a writing sample/translation sample (2–5 double-spaced pages; abstracts are accepted, Chinese to English translations are preferred) in Word or PDF format with the subject line "USALI Summer Internship: [Last Name, First Name]”
DEADLINE: May 2, 2016