The Centre for Constitutional Rights (CFCR) offers suitably qualified and eager individuals an opportunity to gain experience in promoting and protecting the values, rights and principles enshrined in the Constitution.

Objective of internship

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The objective of CFCR internships is to provide an opportunity for interns to gain practical training and experience following completion of a first-level law degree – ideally whilst engaged in post-graduate studies. It allows for interns to contribute to the promotion of our constitutional democracy by assisting the CFCR in conducting research regarding constitutional matters, preparing substantive documents in relation to the operation of the CFCR and assisting the CFCR in achieving its strategic objectives.

Internships are, in principle, located at the offices of the CFCR, where interns will work under direct supervision of the director and professional staff of the CFCR.

Specific assignments and responsibilities

Qualifications and competencies


Internships are available on an ongoing basis for a minimum duration of 3 months and a maximum duration of 12 months. Interns will work 5 days per week (or as otherwise agreed).

How to apply

Interested individuals meeting the requirements are invited to apply by sending the following documentation to

Applications must clearly state the period during which the applicant will be available (total duration and weekly work days). Potential candidates will be contacted on an ongoing basis for further consideration.