To participate in the internship program of our office you must be a final year law student planning to undertake a Masters Advocacy Access course, or a recent graduate that has completed their studies in any of the organisations with which our firm has entered into an educational collaboration agreement.
During the candidate selection process, discussions are mainly focused on the following factors:
- Academic record
- Professional experience in fields unrelated to the practice of law
- Experience in pro bono activities
- Among the personal qualities we look for, we place an emphasis on common sense , empathy and responsibility
It is essential to have a high level of English, although we also value other languages too.
If you want to practice with us, submit your application for our consideration.