Albany Law and NYSBA International Section to Send Student Interns to Europe, Latin America

View Archives




The New York State Bar Association (NYSBA) International Section and Albany Law School recently announced the Summer 2017 Law Student International Internship Program, which will include placements for U.S. law students at law firms in Europe and Latin America.

Learn more about study abroad opportunities at Albany Law

The four- to eight-week internships are available to current 2L and 3L students. The participating law firms will provide the student intern with mentoring and hands-on work experience.

Previous student interns have fulfilled work assignments in various business, commercial and financial matters. They have participated in client meetings, prepared and reviewed legal documents, conducted research, and assisted with the firms’ English language legal and marketing materials.

Locations for the Summer 2017 Law Student International Internship Program currently include Buenos Aires, San Jose (Costa Rica), Asuncion (Paraguay), Panama City, Mexico City, and Vienna.

The Law Student International Internship Program is part of a larger study-abroad program offered by Albany Law, where, in the past, students have studied in China, France, South Africa, Costa Rica, and other countries.

Interested students are encouraged to contact Professor Peter Halewood at phale@albanylaw.edu.