Eskişehir Osmangazi University Faculty of Law is a newly established Faculty of Law with a young and dynamic academic staff. The university itself has a history of over twenty-five years and is located in the developed and vibrant city of Eskişehir.
Conducting research on various topics within the interest and knowledge of the trainee Contributing to potential international activities of the Faculty such as conferences, seminars Contribution with linguistic skills such as proof reading, drafting, and translating etc.
Conducting research concerning comparative law
Providing assistance to potential international exchange students
Providing academic information concerning the trainee’s home country law system
Maintaining correspondences with other international partners
Information Technology Law - General
Labour Law - General
Mergers and Acquisitions - General
Private International Law - General
Property Law - General
Tax Law - General
English - Fluent
French - Good
German - Good
These requirements and further information about the content of the traineeship can be negotiated in order to design the best internship for the intern and the institute.
Depending on the academic advisor’s field and preferred language the interns can either carry the internship in English, French and German.
For interns who wish to focus on international public/private law, human rights and legal theory etc. the language must be English
For interns who wish to focus on comparative law, civil procedure and arbitration the language must be French
For interns who wish to focus on property law with a focus on intellectual property the language must be German.
For now, it is essential that the potential intern is willing to pursue mainly an academic career and thus be interested in international aspects of law and have an academic insight.
The intern must be able to adapt to a culturally diverse environment, within light of the universal ethical principles.
The presence of the intern is expected in field internships yet given the current limited facilities of the institute, what becomes more important is the outcome of the intern’s work and what the intern produces rather than always being physically present.