Law internships

Prakken d'Oliveira occasionally takes on trainee lawyers who speak Dutch fluently. In principle, Prakken d'Oliveira only accepts Dutch-speaking student interns with knowledge of Dutch (procedural) law. For information about open applications for a position as a (trainee) lawyer or an administrative position, please contact Marissa Mogge-Ooms.

Student internships

Are you a Law student in the final year of your Master's course, or a recent graduate who'd like to spend a couple of months at a remarkable law firm? At Prakken d'Oliveira you'll have the chance to gain experience in one of the areas of law in which we practice. 

Interested? E-mail your application, a recent CV and your university grade transcripts (LL.B and LL.M) to State clearly what your motivation is, why you chose Prakken d'Oliveira and the relevant area of law, and from which date you would be available. Please include any relevant student jobs and other activities.

  • In your application, clearly state at which of our three departments you would like to do an internship (international law, criminal law, or immigration law), or at least which department has your preference.

In principle, Prakken d'Oliveira only accepts Dutch-speaking student interns with knowledge of Dutch (procedural) law. A significant part of our practice requires such knowledge. 

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Prakken d'Oliveira, formerly known as Böhler, is a law firm with expertise and experience in asylum and immigration law, European law, administrative law, international criminal law and human rights. Our lawyers provide advice and conduct procedures before the Dutch Immigration and Naturalization Service (IND), the Dutch Review Committee on the Intelligence and Security Services (CTIVD), the District- and Appeals courts, the Administrative Law Division of the Dutch Council of State, the Supreme Court of the Netherlands, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR), the Court of Justice of the European Union (ECJ), the Human Rights Treaty Bodies of the United Nations (UN), the International Criminal Court (ICC), and other international tribunals.