The faculty applies some conditions to internships. The most important ones are:
- The internship must amply indicate the probability of an orientation to professional practice through its own investigation following legally relevant issues. As an intern, you must get work on tasks that match your legal education.
- The authority at where you internship takes place represents a mentor, who is responsible for supervising the trainee.
- The internship has at least 160 work hours, not including the writing of the report. A continuous period of four weeks of 40 hours is preferred, but may be structured otherwise by agreement.
- If you experience undesirable behavior during your internship, please contact the faculty internship coordinator mw.J. van der Veen, LL.M. via email@example.com or 050-3635096.
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