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Pro Bono Faculty
ILI-ACLE seeks partnerships with highly qualified experts with international training and experience to serve as Pro Bono Faculty for its training programmes in Kampala, Uganda and other international training locations. ILI – ACLE applicants should have an advanced degree in relevant training areas and at least 10 years practical experience working in related fields and/or with an internationally recognized and accredited academic institution. Experience working in Africa or knowledge of the African context is strongly encouraged.
While participation is on a pro bono basis, round-trip economy class airfare, accommodation, and other costs may be provided by ILI-ACLE.
ILI-ACLE applicants should email firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications for externships with ILI-ACLE are accepted year-round from international and Ugandan candidates. Externs are required to commit at least two months to the Institute during the periods January-May or September-December.
To apply for an externship with ILI-ACLE, please email the Externship Coordinator at email@example.com with a detailed letter of interest, current CV, academic/professional letter of recommendation and a writing sample. Shortlisted candidates will be interviewed via telephone, video-conferencing or in-person (for Ugandan applicants). Please note that only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.
ILI-ACLE accepts interns on a rolling basis throughout the year. The positions are unpaid and run for different periods of time based on availability. For the International Summer Internship Programme that runs within the May – September period, applicants are advised to send in their applications by March 15. Early application is highly encouraged.
About ILI-ACLE’s Summer Internship Programme
Each year ILI-ACLE draws a talented pool of students and young professionals in its competitive Internship Programme. Over the years we have hosted interns from Harvard Law School, Georgetown Law Center, NYU Law School, Vanderbilt Law School, Temple Law School, Case Western Reserve School of Law, Pacific McGeorge School of Law, Trinity College, Dublin, among others. Internships at the Institute are rewarding experiences for law students with drive and interest in legal and judicial reform and project implementation – with a focus on the African continent. Interns take part in any number of activities that are being implemented at their time of internship. These include assisting with the preparation of seminars (including curriculum development) and gaining insight into project implementation and management by assisting with ongoing technical assistance projects. Interns assist in conducting research, drafting reports, attending meetings and engaging in related administration. They also have an unparalleled opportunity to meet legal and other professional specialists at the forefront of public and private development in sub-Saharan Africa and across the globe.
To apply for an internship with ILI-ACLE, please email the Internship Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org with a detailed letter of interest, current CV, academic/professional letter of recommendation and a writing sample. Shortlisted candidates will be interviewed via telephone, videoconferencing or in-person (for Ugandan applicants). Please note that only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.