The application procedure is given below. Applicants will be notified about decisions, including interview schedules if needed, in late March, by email. Final decisions will be made by the end of March.
- Program lasts from June 27th to August 5th.
- Introduction to Thai law at Thammasat University Faculty of Law in Bangkok.
- Six weeks of work at an international law office in Bangkok.
- Support grant from the East Asian Legal Studies Center to defray the costs of travel. Internships sometimes pay either a small salary, or pay for accommodations in Bangkok.
Eligibility and Other Requirements:
- 1Ls and 2Ls at the University of Wisconsin Law School are eligible.
- You do not need to speak Thai and you do not need previous travel experience to apply for this program.
- Three to four J.D. students will be selected to participate.
- Participants must have or get a passport to travel to Thailand, and participants must obtain a visa if selected. The Center will assist with this process.
- The UW requires 2 months of its own travel insurance which costs approximately $35/month.
Please submit the following four items listed below by February 28th, 2014. Application materials may be submitted by attachment to the Center's coordinators, at email@example.com, or dropped off as hard copies in room 4312. We encourage you to submit your application as soon as your fall grades have been reported. If all of your grades are not yet reported, submit a student record with incomplete grades and submit a second student record when it is complete. (Sending a student record by pdf attachment is acceptable.)
YOUR APPLICATION MATERIALS:
1. A "top sheet" that you make yourself, as follows:
At the top of the page, type APPLICATION FOR THAI INTERNSHIP. Below this, include:
• Your name, full mailing address, email address, telephone number, and UWID number;
• Your current year at the UW Law School (1L or 2L) and your expected graduation date;
• Your passport status: Do you have one? If yes, from what country and when does it expire?
2. Cover letter addressed to Professor Erik Ibele explaining why you are
interested in the program.
3. Current resume.
4. Unofficial Law School transcript (known as your "student record") requested
from your "MyUW" web site and sent to you as a pdf file, which you then forward to the Center, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may submit these four documents by attachment, as indicated, or by turning them in at the office of the East Asian Legal Studies Center, room 4312.
If you have questions, contact the East Asian Legal Studies Center at email@example.com.