Student Internships

TLJN provides unique experiential opportunities for students. Upper year students participate in experiential learning opportunities by working with international and national partners through the TLJN Fellowships. Students have worked closely with international NGOs like Amnesty International, drafted petitions to international monitoring bodies with national lawyers and worked closely with national human rights organizations in places like Sri Lanka.

Alexa Posslif – Amnesty International Research Project on International Criminal Law, 2016

Lindsay Carbonero – Amnesty International Research Project on International Criminal Law, 2015

Samantha Chrisanthus – Amnesty International Research Project on International Criminal Law, 2015

Laura Stairs – Amnesty International Research Project on International Criminal Law, 2015

Richard Kirkham – UN Human Rights Committee Submission Against Canada (Supervised with Barbra Jackman), 2014

Nazneed Mukadam – UN Human Rights Committee Submission Against Canada (Supervised with Barbra Jackman), 2014