Academy of European Law - European Criminal Law Department

TN-EI/28

DESCRIPTION OF THE STEP TRAINEESHIP PROVIDER

The Academy of European Law was established in 1992 at the initiative of the European Parliament to provide professional training and a forum for debate for legal practitioners in European law. It is based in Trier, Germany, just over the border from the EU’s judicial capital in Luxembourg. It organises training events and conferences across Europe and online, produces a wide range of e-learning programmes and publishes a quarterly Journal. It is a public foundation of which all EU Member States as well as the UK are patrons. The Academy’s 75 employees include nearly 20 lawyers of different nationalities, as well as communications, technical and logistical staff. It has a purpose-built conference centre in the ancient city of Trier in the heart of Germany’s Mosel wine region. Luxembourg, France and Belgium are literally next- door.

WEBSITE

www.era.int

TYPE OF THE STEP TRAINEESHIP PROVIDER

Academic/educational institution, Public institution

TRAINEESHIP TASKS

The internships will be based in the European Criminal Law department (organising training for judges, lawyers and other legal practitioners in European law) The intern will assist with the organisation of one or more conferences, training courses or e-learning projects depending on the start date and duration of the internship. This will include desk-based research, practical support and the opportunity to meet some of the leading specialists in European law. The intern should also be prepared to help with other tasks depending on the Academy’s needs at the time of the internship, for example proof-reading, drafting or support for market research. The internship will be supervised by the Academy’s human resources unit. The internr will be expected to report directly to one of ERA’s international team of lawyers or a member of the Management Board.

ORGANISING ELSA GROUP

ELSA International

PLACE OF THE TRAINEESHIP

Trier, Germany

TRAINEESHIP FORMAT

On-site

EARLIEST START DATE

05/09/2022

LATEST END DATE

16/12/2022

MIN DURATION

2 month/s

MAX DURATION

3 month/s

REMUNERATION

EUR 500.00 per month

REQUIRED STUDY LEVEL

Undergraduate

LEGAL SKILLS REQUIRED


Criminal Law - General

LANGUAGE SKILLS REQUIRED

English - Fluent
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NUMBER OF TRAINEES

1

NUMBERS OF HOURS PER WEEK

40

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Candidates with an interest in European Criminal Law Section (focus on criminal Justice, anti-money laundering, white-collar crime or counterterrorism) are encouraged to apply by
demonstrating the relevance of their studies and interests for the respective area of legal practice.

Flexible time slot:
5 September (start) - 16 December 2022 (end)
1 February (start) - 15 July 2023 (end)

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