Law & Human Rights internships in Latin America and the Caribbean provide insight into different legal systems and issues abroad. These projects allow interns to assist on a variety of different cases and human rights issues and contribute to worthwhile causes during their time abroad.
No experience is necessary for most Law & Human Rights projects, though sometimes a good level of conversational Spanish is required. You can participate if you are a high school student thinking about a pre-law track or an experienced professional. Interns are expected to assist with a diverse range of tasks, such interviews, fieldwork, research, attending conferences, and organizing workshops.