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CRASAC - Coventry Rape and Sexual Abuse Centre
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START: Students and Refugees Together
Plymouth, Plymouth
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volunteer position
Central London
This is an unpaid role. Reasonable pre-agreed travel and other expenses will be paid.
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Bloomsbury, Greater London
Job description

Legal Caseworker Intern

Job Description

Job Title: Legal Caseworker Intern

Duration: 4 months

Days per week: At least 3 days a week

Start date: 1 September 2020

Based: For the time being the internship will be conducted remotely, with a possibility of returning to the office in London over the next few months. Interns should be based in the UK, so that they are able to assist with the advice line.

Description: Generally, Interns assist the Legal Director and Legal Project Managers with all aspects of preparatory work for the AIRE Centre's legal advice services and cases pending before the ECtHR, including:

  • Legal research in support of cases
  • Correspondence with the client, the court or other legal professionals
  • Accompanying the legal team during hearings
  • Keeping effective files

In addition to the above, interns may be requested to assist with:

  • Undertaking research for articles, both for publications of the AIRE Centre, and for outside journals/publications.
  • Undertaking projects in which the AIRE Centre is asked to take part;
  • Legal research for the advice service
  • Attending meetings/conferences/seminars on behalf of the AIRE Centre.

All Legal Work is supervised.

To be eligible you must:

  • Have a completed law degree/GDL or equivalent
  • Have a good understanding of the areas of Law in which the AIRE Centre works (EU Free movement, EU Migration, asylum etc)
  • Have a good standard of written and spoken English.

All of our internships are unpaid; however, we do cover up to £12 of expenses for travel and lunch for the days worked at the office.

To apply, please send the following:

  • Completed application and equality monitoring form
  • A copy of your recent CV
  • An example of a legal piece you have written (approximately 500)

Applications will not be considered unless all the documents requested are completed


Interviews will be held w/c 24 August 2020 and will be conducted via video call.

Additional documents
Aire Centre Application Form (.docx)
Equality & Diversity monitoring (.docx)
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The AIRE Centre

The AIRE Centre was established in 1993, and is a registered charity and Company Limited by Guarantee. The AIRE Centre’s mission is to pr... Read more

Posted on: 05 August 2020
Closing date: 03 November 2020
Tags: Legal
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