Legal Intern

  • Added Date: Monday, 04 September 2023
  • Deadline Date: Friday, 22 September 2023
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Global Rights Compliance (GRC) is an international legal practice \nbased in The Hague, Netherlands, offering a wide range of legal advisory\n services specifically tailored to meet its clients' needs and ensure \nthat legal risk is effectively managed. GRC has established a reputation\n as a leading supplier of humanitarian and human rights legal services \nacross the full spectrum of technical-legal and policy advice.\n


GRC is undertaking a detailed analysis of the upcoming criminal trial\n against Ian H. Lundin and Alex Schneiter, Chairman and CEO, \nrespectively, of oil and gas exploration and production company Lundin \nEnergy (now Orrön Energy). The trial commences on 5 September 2023 in \nStockholm.\n


The Legal Intern will assist GRC's Business and Human Rights team by:\n

Attending the Lundin court proceedings;\nMaking detailed transcripts of the hearings;\nMaking detailed assessments of the various issues raised during the proceedings;\nWriting blog posts detailing the various issues and developments from each hearing.\n


We are looking for a candidate:\n

With experience in and understanding of the Swedish criminal and court systems;\nWho is proficient in English and Swedish;\nWho is a Master, Ph.D., or Post Doctoral candidate (specialization \nin human rights - particularly business and human rights - and \ninternational criminal law desired);\nWho is able to exhibit attention to detail and focus while making \ncourt transcripts from the hearings and writing assessments of the \nissues and developments from the proceedings;\nWho is administratively competent; and able to manage competing urgent demands\n


The internship will be based in Stockholm (place of court); other \nlocations are possible if the candidate is able to travel to Stockholm \nand attend the entirety of the court hearings during the proceedings.\n


This is a paid internship opportunity, in alignment with industry standards of remuneration for internships.\nThe internship will be full-time while the court hearings are in progress.\nThe intern will be supervised by the Business and Human Rights staff of Global Rights Compliance.\n


Till the end of the Lundin trial (scheduled for March 2026). The term is negotiable.\n\n

This vacancy is archived.

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