Faculty associated with the Eason Weinmann Center, as well as the Center itself, offer students a range of opportunities to become involved in foreign and comparative law. Help is often needed with specific research projects and events, or with the ongoing development of the Comparative Law Gateway. More permanent research positions are advertised below. Students willing to be called in on short notice for specific tasks can also register with Sharon Stevenson
EWC is looking for a database designer. The project requires multiple tables with various relationships. We are limited to utilizing Microsoft SQL server and the .NET framework.
EWC is looking for a web assistant. This individual will work closely with the current webmaster and learn the procedure for updating the Center website. Applicants must be well versed in HTML, CSS, and Photoshop. Some skills with jQuery would be an advantage.
Applications should include a current resume and be sent to Professor Fedtke at firstname.lastname@example.org
The following links provide information about selected international job opportunities. More contact details and advice about internships abroad can be gleaned from Careers in International Law: A Guide to Career Paths in International Law (2009/2010 ed.) published by ASIL (see https://www.wshein.com/catalog/130680
). The book contains essays by practitioners and scholars as well as detailed information on/listings of internships, fellowships, and pro bono opportunities around the world.
Supreme Court of Israel
Constitutional Court of South Africa