- Salary: £10 per hour
- Location: London London
Law Business Research are an award-winning global provider of legal content and business intelligence for the legal and intellectual property markets. We create essential and unique information for our subscribers, who are drawn from over 100 countries around the world, via our global brands. With a strong platform for international growth, and a reputation for creating outstanding content, we can offer individuals an intellectually stimulating work environment that puts global legal and intellectual property issues at the heart of our business.
Launched in 1997, Global Competition Review (GCR) is an essential daily resource for over 10,000 competition professionals worldwide and is recognised as the world’s leading competition law and policy journal and news service. 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.
The paid internship will involve analysing enforcement decisions from competition agencies worldwide, and summarising and compiling data from the decisions. The intern will work closely with GCR’s Deputy Publisher and Data Coordinator to assess and upload the enforcement data.
We are looking for individuals who have a good understanding of competition law and good technological competency. The research project involves high-level and sophisticated data entry and analysis, so we need candidates with some experience in the field.
The role will best suit students on the LLM in Competition Law course.
What will you gain from this internship?
The successful intern will gain a deep insight into how a legal publication is run such as GCR and learn ways in which their articles are created. Interns will obtain skills such as summarising and compiling data from key enforcement decisions within the legal sector.
Further details and how to apply
The interns will be based in our office in Notting Hill, west London. We are flexible on hours and happy to consider part-time. The project is open-ended, but we expect to retain the interns for a period of three months. We will pay the interns a rate of £10 per hour. Please send CVs and a brief covering letter to email@example.com.