Graduated from a T14 in 2016. Looking for a position in international litigation and arbitration, but have a largely public interest background/didn't summer at a firm so I've been having a hard time. I do have extensive experience in litigation and international law and am currently clerking abroad, though.
As a result, I've been told by my school to look into internships and traineeships in international litigation and arbitration at firms in Europe--your international law firm, but with an office in a major city like London or Paris. I would then have better luck applying for associate positions in the US as a lateral.
Is anyone aware of these opportunities and where I can find them? I've heard of programs in London/Paris at Shearman & Sterling, Latham, Linklaters, White & Case and Freshfields, to name just a few (I've also heard of programs in Tokyo), but I can hardly find any information about them online.
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