Legal Researcher - Global Competition Law

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Law Business Research
2122 P Street NW
Washington, DC
Posted: September 29 2016
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 2 Part-time, Paid

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Description

GCR publishes competition news with breaking news and analysis five days a week, as well as original in-depth reports, interviews and features on antitrust enforcement worldwide. GCR is expanding its product offer to include data analysis and workflow tools, and is looking for two interns to help with a research project.

The project will involve reading enforcement decisions from competition agencies worldwide, and summarising and compiling the data from the decisions. The interns will work closely with GCR’s Publisher and Editor-at-Large to assess and upload the enforcement data.

We particularly prefer applicants on the LLM in Competition Law course, ideally those who have recently completed the course, the position is well suited to go alongside your studies and we can be flexible on working hours

You will be based in our office in Washington, DC. The position is part-time, and we are willing to be flexible on hours for the right candidates.

You must be fluent in Spanish to be considered

The project is open-ended, but we expect to retain the interns for a month (FTE). We will pay the interns a rate of $14 per hour. Please send CVs and a brief covering letter via the link below.

Requirements

You are required to be fluent in another language (Spanish, French, Korean, Japanese, Chinese or Russian), and have a good knowledge of law.

Skills

Required - Fluent in English, Fluent Spanish
Preferred - Fluent in Russian

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