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Traineeships at the European Court of Justice.

Three unpaid traineeships of approximately 3 months will be available in the chambers of Judge Christopher Vajda at the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg from, respectively, 1) October 2015 to December 2015,

2) January 2016 to March 2016 and

3) April 2016 until mid-July 2016.

Applicants should be able to demonstrate a knowledge of European Union law, have a reasonable command of French – the ECJ’s working language – and, by the time they take up a traineeship, either hold a law degree or have successfully completed the conversion course. Applications, consisting of a brief CV and a cover letter indicating preferred dates for a traineeship, should be sent by email to by April 24th 2015.


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