New York University School of Law was the first American law school to initiate a clerkship program with the International Court of Justice in 2000. Now maintained under the auspices of the Public Interest Law Center, this clerkship is an opportunity to work for ten months in The Hague, and is awarded to few of the most outstanding legal scholars worldwide. Each year, NYU Law nominates current students or alumni based on their applications to receive the professional honor.
NYU Law has sponsored more than 20 of our graduates to work as clerks at the International Court of Justice in recent years.
For more information and details on how to apply click here. Please refer to the Public Interest Law Center, 245 Sullivan Street, Suite 430, New York, NY 10012 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any additional questions regarding the application process.