Summer Intern Programme
The Summer Intern Programme is an important talent pipeline for our Trainee Programme. The programme allows us to identify future trainees.
Dublin Summer Intern Programme
The Dublin Summer Intern Programme is an important talent pipeline for our Trainee Programme. The programme allows us to identify future trainees.
Dublin Summer Intern Programme
The Arthur Cox Summer Intern Programme offers interns a fully immersive experience allowing them to experience life as a trainee in Arthur Cox. It is a paid internship and this reflects the fact that we value the contribution our interns make during their time with us.
Our Summer Intern Programme is designed to give those who are interested in a career practising law a real introduction to life in a large commercial law firm, while experiencing the unique culture our firm is so proud of. It helps our interns to identify a career which will challenge and fulfil them and it helps us to identify future trainees.
The internship involves a comprehensive training and development programme, which will enable you to get the most from your internship experience.
Interns will be placed in one of our five main practice areas, giving them exposure to high quality work. Interns will also get exposure to all of the practice areas within the firm through a series of workshops.
We accept applications for our Summer Intern Programme from students and graduates of all disciplines from their second year of study and above. You do not have to be studying law or a related subject. Interested candidates should submit a CV and short cover letter (no longer than one page)
Successful applicants from outside the Dublin area will also be provided with free accommodation within an easy commute of the office.
Upon completion of the internship, interns are given the opportunity to interview for a place on the Trainee Programme.
Applications for the Dublin Summer Intern Programme 2024 will open in December 2023.
Belfast Summer Intern Programme
Who Can Apply?
Applications are open primarily to undergraduates or Masters students who are in their second year, or pre-final year of studying Law, or a Law-combination degree (e.g. Law and Spanish, Law and Politics), we will also consider applications from students in other years of study, or those post-graduation.
How to Apply
Candidates should submit a detailed CV and cover letter setting out why they would like a place on the summer internship to [email protected]. Applications for 2023 are now closed.
What will I be doing?
The purpose of the programme is to give you a real sense of what it is like to work as a trainee and ultimately as a solicitor in a leading commercial law firm.
As an intern you will be introduced to the work of the firm and will work as an involved member of the team on projects, cases and deals. You will be challenged. Our trainees, associates and partners will give you the support you need to accomplish tasks. You will also receive mentoring to help you make decisions about your future career.
Applications for the Belfast Summer Intern Programme are now closed.