The deadline for submission for this year's award  is  5.00pm Monday 18 July 2016. For further details please click here.

The Oxford Global Justice Internship Programme will provide students with an opportunity to apply their knowledge of international law in practical ways. Students will be given the opportunity to develop their interest in international law and will obtain a valuable platform for further work in the area.

It will be the responsibility of applicants to arrange the internship or other work experience they wish to pursue. The Law Faculty will not arrange such work experience. Applicants can apply to the Oxford Global Justice Internship Programme for support enabling them to undertake work experience lasting at least three months.

Eligibility

The Oxford Global Justice Internship programme is open to current students pursuing a research degree or a taught graduate courses in the Law Faculty (BCL/MJur/MSc/MSt/MPhil/DPhil). It is also open to those who have graduated from Oxford Law Faculty (including the BA programme) in the past two years.

Applicants may be about to complete their graduate degrees in Oxford or, in appropriate cases and after consulting their supervisor, may be seeking to intermit their studies in order to undertake the internship.

Decisions regarding the application will be based on an assessment of both the applicant and the work experience they wish to pursue. Applicants should demonstrate from their qualifications, especially their studies in Oxford, that they have sufficient knowledge of international law to make an effective contribution to the organization they will be working with. Usually, applicants will have taken at least one international law subject in an Oxford taught programme or will have engaged in research in international law as part of their studies in Oxford

The internship or work experience should be with an international court or tribunal, an international organization or a public interest organization that works with or on international law issues.

The Oxford Global Justice Internship Programme is a programme initiated by the Public International Law Group within the Oxford Law Faculty. The aim of the programme is to provide financial assistance to Oxford law graduates seeking valuable work experience in international law. The programme will provide support to graduate students within the Faculty and recent Oxford law graduates who wish to undertake internships at international courts or tribunals, international organizations or public interest organizations that work on issues of public international law.

Previous Global Justice Internships: 

Camilla Barker 2015 - UN Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, New York (UN OCHA)

Talita de Souza Dias 2015 - International Criminal Court, The Hague

Tamber Hilton 2015 - Asylum Access Thailand (AAT)

Shriya Maini 2015 - International Criminal Court, The Hague

Oliver Persey 2015 - American Civil Liberties Union's Human Rights Program

Michael Rhimes 2015 - Court of Justice of the European Union

Isabelle Xavier 2015 - UN Office of Legal Affairs

Hasan Dindjer 2015 - Reprieve

Ardevan Yaghoubi  2014 - Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs

Callum Musto 2014 - Justice Section of the United Nation Office on Drugs and Crime

Jerome Temme 2014 - International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia