Welcome to the international opportunities exchange. This is the place for you to find or post business or individual development opportunities and to sign up for e-alerts so you are first to know what's on offer:
What do you want to find out about?
- Business Development (only open to corporate and super corporate users) Look at current referral opportunities
See current tender and sponsorship opportuntites
See forthcoming firm profile raising opportunities
- Individual opportunities (open to all members) Training and job opportunities
Pro bono opportunities
See forthcoming individual profile raising opportunities
The International Law Book Facility(ILBF) invites applications for two student volunteer roles of Administrative Assistant and Shipment Coordinator.
Applications should be by CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications will close on Friday 4 July 2014
Business & Human Rights Resource Centre are currently recruiting a Research intern and a Legal Research intern, to work at our London office, starting in late June. The announcements, together with the person specifications and application forms, can be accessed here.
The European Law Institute is looking for interns. This internship is the perfect opportunity for a candidate with a completed law degree or a student in the final stages of his/her legal studies to gain insight into the management of an international organisation which works towards the improvement of law making across Europe.
The Joint Brussels Office of the UK Law Societies (England & Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland) is offering two paid internships in EU law and policy.
The legal resource centre (LRC) has opportunities for two internships for legal advisers working with specific focus on their education and health programmes.
Both posts will work under the regional director, Sarah Sephton, on a volunteer basis for a minimum of six months, based in Grahamstown. The successful candidates will provide the office with litigation support, conduct research and legal drafting, and embark on field work in the area of socio-economic rights. Candidates will be self-funding. The LRC will assist with identifying suitable accommodation.