Below are some helpful resources for searching for public service jobs, fellowships, internships, or volunteer work in the international arena. "International law" is a broad term, so students are encouraged to narrow down their areas of interest before beginning a job search. There are opportunities to work in government agencies, nongovernmental organizations, and intergovernmental organizations. Also, students can focus on human rights, economic development, trade, courts and tribunals, and numerous other interests.
As part of the international job search, networking is particularly valuable. Students should seek out mentors and helpful contacts in various organizations. To find alumni in government agencies, try the search features in www.martindale.com and www.lexis.com/research. Contact the Career Development Office with any questions.