Open to 1Ls and 2Ls July 3-August 11, 2006 Application deadline is this Friday, Feb. 17, 2006. Program Components: Introduction to Thai law at Thammasat University Faculty of Law in Bangkok. Six (6) weeks of work at an international law office in Bangkok. Support grant of at least $1,200 from the East Asian Legal Studies Center. The estimated budget for the internship is about $2,250. Internships normally do not pay an additional salary. Eligibility and Other Requirements: 1Ls and 2Ls are eligible. You do not need to speak Thai and you do not need previous travel experience to apply for this program. Up 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 mandatory health insurance. Required Application Materials: Application form (bright green â€“ outside the Center door and in the Atrium) Cover letter addressed to Professor Charles Irish explaining why you are interested in the program. Resume. Unofficial or official Law School transcript (unofficial transcript may be obtained from the Peterson Building or requested from the â€œStudent Centerâ€ link on the MyUW web site). For descriptions of past internsâ€™ experiences, see the newsletters of the East Asian Legal Studies Center, available online at www.law.wisc.edu/ealsc Application deadline is Feb. 17, 2006 Applications are available in the Atrium or outside the East Asian Legal Studies Center, room 4312 (4th floor, east of the Atrium). Return all application materials to the East Asian Legal Studies Center office or mailbox. If you have questions, contact S. Katcher, firstname.lastname@example.org, Associate Director of the Center.
Submitted by Susan Katcher on February 20, 2006
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