The Court runs a successful Judicial Internship Programme for regional and extra-regional students of the law, with preference given to those who are in the final year of their legal training. The period of Internship is offered up to a maximum of eight (8) weeks.
While at the Court, interns are exposed to various training opportunities and also work closely with the Court’s Registry Department and the Judges of the Court. Interns will often be asked to research points of law; write draft memoranda for review; attend Court hearings to observe and analyse oral arguments; attend panel meetings; summarize cases; and perform other legal and administrative work, under careful supervision.
The CCJ’s Judicial Internship Programme is non-remunerative. Successful Applicants are required to make their own ﬁnancial arrangements for their travel, accommodation and living expenses, where applicable.
For more information please click the link – CCJ Internship Programme brochure