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Law Student Internship (Ukrainian / Russian Speaker) – London

Sterling & Law Associates LLP, London-based OISC regulated law firm is offering an internship opportunity for undergraduate/postgraduate law students willing to gain practical experience in the field of UK Immigration law, EEA regulations and human rights.

Responsibilities and Duties

During the internship, we try to expose interns as much as possible to the working practices of the firm in the area of immigration law and human rights. This will include administrative assignments, filing, contacting clients, legal research, and assisting immigration lawyers and partners of the firm with current casework.

A full-time job offer may result from a successfully completed internship. References will be provided at the end of the internship.

The internships are unpaid and last for 2-3 months.

Law Student Internship Applications

In order to apply for the internship please send your CV by email contact@sterling-law.co.uk

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview.

About us

Sterling & Law Associates LLP is regulated by the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC). The firm has a level 3 registration allowing to work on the most complex immigration and visa cases. The firm assists corporates and individuals on all immigration law cases, including visa refusals and appeals.

Law Student Internship (Tagalog Speaker) – London

We are offering an unpaid internship for undergraduate and postgraduate law students with the interest in immigration law. The internship will 2-3 months.

Sterling & Law Associates LLP is a London-based immigration law firm accredited by the Office of Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC) at the highest qualification level 3. This level allows us to work on the most complex immigration and visa cases. The firm assists corporate and individual clients in all types of applications, as well as refusals and appeals.

Responsibilities and Duties

During the internship we try to expose interns as much as possible to the working practices of the firm in the area of immigration law and human rights. This will include administrative assignments, filing, contacting clients, legal research, and assisting immigration lawyers and partners of the firm with their casework.

A full-time job offer may result from a successfully completed internship. References will be provided at the end of internship.

Law Student Internship Applications

In order to apply for internship please send your CV by email contact@sterling-law.co.uk

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview.