Thursday, June 23, 2005
The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit GmbH (GTZ), a non-profit corporation wholly owned by the German government and established for the purpose of implementing development policy through technical cooperation, has quite a number of interesting legal advisory projects going in China (for more information, see the web site of the GTZ Advisory Service to Legal Reform in China). They are looking for qualified interns; German language is not required. Here's the text of the announcement:
Legal interns (Rechtsreferendare) are invited to apply for practical work in one of the four GTZ legal projects. A deep knowledge of and interest in private economic and/or administrative law, as well as fluency in English, especially in legal terminology, are required. Knowledge of Chinese language and/or Chinese law is an asset but not necessarily required. A small financial contribution will be granted during the internship. If you are interested herein, please send your CV by email (firstname.lastname@example.org attn. Dr. Alexander von Reden). Internship vacancies are especially available from October 2005.
There is a bit more information available by clicking on "Internships" on the Chinese web site.