The Intern Group is an award-winning organisation that provides global internship programmes, online and abroad, in the USA, Canada, Europe, Asia, Australia and Latin America. Our global Business programmes take place all year round and last between 4 weeks and 6 months long - the duration is your choice. You are able to choose a starting date and length of time that best suits your personal and professional goals.
Impress future employers with hands-on professional experience. Intern alongside leading professionals and stand out from your peers with a remote global Law Internship.
Our remote global Law Internship programme includes:
A leading remote Law Internship internship for 10, 20, 30 or 40 hours per week, depending on your schedule
Best-in-class career advancement training.
You will build the skills to thrive. Our training focuses on the 8 key competencies essential to succeed in the 21st century world of work.
Keynote Speaker Series featuring global leaders
You will learn from the best. Our program gives you 12 months access to exclusive, real-time talks from leading speakers including:
Nick Jellicoe, the global head of marketing and PR at Rolex for 10 years
Sue Liburd MBE DL, Non Executive Director at NHS
Lord Stevenson, British politician and businessman
Personalised career coaching upon completion of the programme
3 months access to a licensed online therapist (Talkspace)
Here is a small sample of the roles we have secured for interns in the past:
Make A Wish
Habitat For Humanity
Quintessentially (largest lifestyle luxury brand in the world)
We are regularly featured in the world's top news media. We have been featured in CNN, Forbes, Financial Times and The Wall Street Journal amongst other leading publications.
“I’ve been properly immersed in the company for 3 months now and it’s taught me a sense of responsibility, which is only going to help me in future life when I go into a proper job. It’s also a really invaluable thing to have people here to support you and help you whenever you need it.” - Jack Carr, University of Durham, Finance Intern at Grant Thornton