Welcome to International Law Careers, a site dedicated to providing useful, clear and accessible information and advice for all those seeking to develop a career in international law. International Law Careers tells you everything you need to know, whether you aim to work in international organizations, NGOs, national government, academia or the private sector. Our members can also access the latest international law job listings and articles in our member advice guide (view subscription information).
Project Officer – P02Organization of American States OASWashington D.C
Consultant pour L’Organisation D’Un Atelier de Renforcement des Capacités des Assistants Parlementaires Sur la Légistique, Le Droit D’Amendement et la Constitutionnalité des LoisUnited Nations Development Programme UNDPLomé
Evaluation du Plan Stratégique de Développement du Parlement (PSDP) 2004 – 2014United Nations Development Programme UNDPOuagadougou
Re-Advertisement – International Lead Consultant – Mid-Term of Judicial Strengthening ProjectUnited Nations Development Programme UNDPDhaka, Bangladesh
Project Assistant: ESCO Moldova – Transforming the Market for Urban Energy Efficiency in Moldova by Introducing Energy Service CompaniesUnited Nations Development Programme UNDPChisinau
The mission of OHCHR’s Regional Office for South America is to observe, promote and protect human rights in six countries across the region: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela. To that end, we establish relationships for close cooperation, technical
Who employs international lawyers?
International lawyers are not confined to working abroad, for inter-governmental organizations or multi-national law firms; although these sectors form a significant part of the international law job market. The growing reach of international law means that there are many more
Successful networking – the golden rules
International law is a field where there are more law graduates looking for a job than there are jobs that need to be filled, competition is global and many applicants are highly-qualified and come with great experience. These realities make
How to: Succeed in a videoconference interview
Video-conference interviews (often using Skype but also using specific video conferencing equipment) are very common in international law recruitment – the interviewer and interviewee can often be in different continents, and it is simply not practical to arrange in person
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