Legal internships in Valencia offer the opportunity to work with highly experienced legal experts across a broad range legal fields and duties. Interns shadow and support legal professionals in their daily work, gaining exposure to real-world application of legal procedures. Placements are varied and assigned according to experience and interest but are available in areas of law such as tax, accounting, labour, mediation, criminal, family, civil, technology, immigration, gender violence, youth offending, wealth planning, and corporate. Placements are also available which relate to the design and utilisation of technology within the legal industry.
If you have preferences for a particular field, please let us know when applying. We do our utmost to accommodate requests but arrangements are always made taking into consideration a number of factors, such as level of Spanish speaking proficiency, experience, study background, and chosen internship duration.
Expected activities for legal internships can include tasks such as:
- Shadowing legal professionals during meetings, trials and prosecutions
- Research related to current cases
- Reviewing and drafting of legal documents
- General reporting, client and administrative support
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European students who wish to receive Erasmus funding for their internship in Spain are encouraged to apply and outline their specific requirements.
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- All Intern Abroad programs attract a Registration Fee of US$299 in addition to the Program Fee.
- All payments attract a 5% transaction fee to cover international banking fees and currency charges. International wire transfer payments attract a minimum fee of US$75.
- * Terms and Conditions do apply
What extra costs will I have?
- Visa, flights, travel insurance (mandatory), vaccinations, criminal background check.
- Transfer back to the airport at conclusion of the program.
- Language lessons.
- Souvenirs + tourism/leisure activities during free time.
- Personal spending money to cover basic expenses such as drinks, snacks, laundry, and public transportation. Interns generally find US$120 per week to be sufficient.