INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION INTERNSHIP (HONG KONG): APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN

Herbert Smith Freehills is accepting applications for short-term internships with the firm’s international arbitration group in Hong Kong. Three to four paid internship positions are open for three to four months each (not extendable), beginning in or around January, May and September 2019.

Interns will work alongside our Greater China international arbitration team. They will have a varied workload, including assisting with current arbitrations and other client work; arbitration-related research; writing blog posts and articles; producing arbitration-related internal know-how, and similar projects.

For more detail, please refer to the Herbert Smith Freehills Careers page (click “Apply Now” and search Hong Kong openings).

https://careers.herbertsmithfreehills.com/cn/grads/international-arbitration-internship

Applications must be submitted via the Careers page on or before 31 August 2018.

International Arbitration Internship: Applications now open

Herbert Smith Freehills is now accepting applications for two internship opportunities in our international arbitration team in London. The programme offers aspiring arbitration lawyers a chance to work closely with one of the world’s leading specialist arbitration groups.

The two paid internships are for three months each (with no extension), starting in December 2017 or March 2018.

For more details of the role, please click here.

To apply, please visit our careers Page.

Applications must be submitted on or before Friday 22nd September.

International Arbitration Internship (Singapore): Applications Now Open

Herbert Smith Freehills is now accepting applications for short-term internships with the firm’s international arbitration group in Singapore.  Three paid positions are open for two to three month periods each (not extendable), the first starting in January 2015, the second starting in April 2015 and the third starting in July 2015.

Interns will work alongside our international arbitration team and will have a varied workload, including assisting with current arbitrations and other client work; arbitration-related research; writing papers and journal articles; producing arbitration-related internal know-how and similar projects.

For more details please refer to our LinkedIn post or the HSF Careers page.

Applications must be submitted online via the HSF Careers page on or before 5 December 2014.