I. Internships Placements
The Court offers internships to highly motivated young professionals with good academic qualifications who are in the early stages of their careers.
The Internship is a practical educational experience whereby Interns principally assist the staff of the Court in discharging their duties.
Under supervision, Interns are assigned projects and tasks that are relevant to their educational background and interests and provide them with the opportunity to put into practice and further develop their theoretical knowledge.
The work will generally be comparable to the work of the upper general service category or junior professional level.
II. Visiting Professionals Placements
Visiting Professional placements are offered to candidates who have extensive academic and/or professional expertise in an area of work relevant to or related to the Court.
Visiting Professionals will usually be assigned to a range of tasks or specific projects in a capacity which will both draw upon and augment the specific knowledge or skills of the individual.