The Centre for Trade and Investment Law offers internship opportunities to undergraduate and postgraduate students of Law to
enable them to gain practical experience in international trade and investment law issues. Internship opportunities are open to students who are in the
advanced stages of their degree programme. Preference will be given to students who have completed courses in WTO law and public international law.
Interns at CTIL work on a range of issues in international economic law and policy, including the WTO covered agreements, preferential
trade agreements, international trade regulations and international investment law, at CTIL’s Research Division.
During the Covid-19 pandemic, CTIL has also given the opportunity to more than 70 students from various law schools to intern remotely
using the technology at our disposal.
An internship at CTIL is a perfect opportunity to explore emerging areas of international trade and investment law and can be a stepping
stone for career opportunities in this area.