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The IAWJ offers a unique opportunity for aspiring individuals interested in gaining valuable insights and experience in the realm of international law and women's empowerment. As an organization dedicated to advancing the role of women in the judiciary and promoting equal justice under the law, the IAWJ provides a dynamic platform for interns to engage with our global network of accomplished women judges, legal experts, and advocates.


Through our thought-provoking internships, participants will immerse themselves in projects that contribute to the advancement of women's rights, gender equality, and the rule of law on a global scale. Join us in our mission to make a lasting impact and be part of a vibrant community that drives positive change in the legal landscape.


Internship Opportunities

IAWJ welcome interns on a rolling basis for fall, winter, spring, and summer. Please, see below for more information.
Available positions in green (Click on the links for more details)



Programs and Partnerships Group:

  • Law School Internship/Practicum
  • Organizational Strengthening Coordinator
  • Co Impact Program Coordinator
  • DRLB Program Coordinator

Submit your CV, Cover Letter, 1 writing sample, and academic transcripts to programs@iawj.org

Communications and Membership Group:

Submit your CV, Cover Letter, 1 writing sample, and academic transcripts to communications@iawj.org


What do we offer?


You'll engage in dynamic projects, collaborate with esteemed women judges and legal experts worldwide, and contribute to advancing gender equality and justice on a global scale.

  • Internships will be for an academic semester (12 weeks; 15-20 hours per week) or an academic year (32 weeks; 15-20 hours per week). 
  • As part of these internships, compensation will be offered in academic credit.


Interns Voices

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"I wanted to be part of something that changes this constant glass ceiling that we're always trying to break as women and as minorities in this system"

Sophia Estupinan, IAWJ Summer 2022

Program Intern



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“Working for the IAWJ this past summer has opened up countless opportunities to expand on my writing, social, and marketing skills. Not only was I able to contribute to research and article writing, it also allowed my personal goals of career readiness and independence to thrive."

Alyssa Invernizzi , IAWJ Summer 2023

Communications Intern



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"I have always had the illusion of being able to contribute a little to the world. Having the opportunity to be part of a group of people who share the conviction that their actions have a positive impact is simply inspiring."

Alenka Salazar, IAWJ 2023

Program Intern