The international association of Jewish Lawyers and Jurists (NGO) is looking for an intern in the fields of International Law, Human Rights, and the fight against Anti-Semitism, Holocaust denial and terror.
Responsibilities include legal and general research that concerns the Association’s agenda; writing papers, prepare briefing and creating PowerPoint presentations; and uploading materials to the Association’s website while assisting in re-writing the Association’s web presence and branding.
The intern’s responsibilities will be highly diverse according to the project currently on the agenda. Preference to people who majored in International Law either at the University or as practitioners.
The International Association of Jewish Lawyers and Jurists, founded in 1969 by three well known jurists: Rene Cassem, a Nobel Prize Laureate, Arthur Goldberg of the United State Supreme Court, and Haim Cohen, Deputy Chief Judge of the Supreme Court of Israel, was established, primarily, in order to further the cause of human rights, to act against Anti-Semitism and the denial of the Holocaust, and to act against all forms of racism manifested against any people. The Association has the status of a recognized NGO in the United Nations and in the Council of Europe, and its representatives regularly participate in various discussions conducted in United Nations institutions and in the Council of Europe. The IAJLJ uses its specialty in Law to promote its agenda and vision. The Association has representatives in many countries and deals with matters that are of interest to the Jewish People and the State of Israel.