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Legal Interns

Intern positions are available for undergraduate law students, postgraduate law students, and newly qualified lawyers at the Offices in London, San Francisco and Madrid.

More information can be found in the section boxes below. If you have any further queries, contact us.

Selected interns will assist the Guernica Group in developing research and case papers and research on key legal topics of both local and international relevance. Interns will have an opportunity to become involved in the work of the following aspects of the Association:

  • Supporting the work of the Group;

  • Supporting the Group's Legal Policy & Research Unit;

  • Supporting the Group's cases before national and international tribunals;

  • Interns will be able to draft policy papers on substantive legal issues as well as assisting in preparing background research for grant proposals. Interns will also be able to assist in implementing technical assistance programmes in developing countries.


To participate in our internship programmes, candidates are required send a cover letter and a CV of maximum three pages. Guernica runs two biannual programmes starting in September/ October and March/ April. Upon receipt of the documentation, we will provide information about the positions available, based on the workload of the projects being undertaken.

Pre-Law Internship Programme 2019-2020

The Guernica Group (TGG) is committed to diversifying the field of international criminal and human rights law by expanding legal training to undergraduate college students from all over the world who are interested in pursuing a career in the legal profession.  


Offerings include 4-6-week programmes in our legal offices in Madrid and London or at our non-profit branch in the United States.  The TGG internship programme is specially designed for students that specialise in international relations, political science, public health, development and other related fields.  It exposes interns to, and trains them in, strategic and opportunity-based lawyering, victim protection, transitional justice and accountability mechanisms.

Applications should be sent via e-mail to Nenad Vucijak here.

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