Three-month internship will run from May to July 2007 in Brussels

Howrey LLP, a global law firm focusing on on antitrust, intellectual property and business litigation, is offering an internship prize for Commercial Law LL.M. students at City Law School (London) in the academic year 2006-07.

This three-month internship is a major opportunity for students interested in a career in international antitrust law to work with a highly respected, dynamic and fast-growing antitrust team in Brussels. The intern will have exposure to a number of the most high-profile competition cases in the European Union and the opportunity to grow your understanding of the daily operations of a successful international law firm.

Students taking the Commercial Law LL.M. program and the International Cartels course in the first term will be eligible to enter the competition for the Howrey internship, which will be awarded based on an essay and finalists will be interviewed in January or February 2007 by a team from Howrey.

The internship will run from the beginning of May to the end of July. To support the student in Brussels during his/her internship, Howrey will provide a scholarship of €2,500 per month for the full three months of the internship. The City Law School will also provide an automatic extension of two months for completion of the LL.M. dissertation to the successful student.

"City Law School is delighted to work with Howrey in providing this opportunity for students," said Professor Peter Kunzlik, Director of the City Law School. "An internship with such a major global antitrust practice will provide the winning student with a real insight into how antitrust law is practised at the highest level."

For more information about LL.M. programs at City University, please visit http://www.city.ac.uk/law/llmprogramme/.

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