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Chief Justice’s Summer Internship Programme

The School of Law has nominated two students, Evana Lyons and Rebecca Lalor, to participate in this year’s Chief Justice’s Summer Internship Programme for Law Students.

The purpose of the internship programme is to provide law students with experience that will be of assistance to them in their future careers. The Chief Justice will allocate each student intern to a Judge or Judges based on the student’s educational attainments and areas of study. This will provide a unique learning opportunity for the students. The interns will gain invaluable experience attending the various superior courts and observing courtroom proceedings.

Participation in the programme is confined to students who have either completed the final year examinations for a primary law degree or who are participating in a Masters programme in law. The programme will run in June 2018.

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