Our internship program is designed for you to make meaningful contributions to the study and research of space law. You do not need to be a law student to apply and all nationalities are welcome, though a strong proficiency in English is required. Successful applicants will have a rolling applications internship with the Foundation. Research could be for credit provided we have an agreement with your academic institution. Individuals with strong computer programming, website design, and foreign language skills are strongly encouraged to apply. Familiarity with Google products including GSuite are preferable. 

Areas of study: Public and private international law | Public and private international space law | Comparative law | General principles of law National space laws.

For more information, please contact Julia Malette, Internship Coordinator at: julia.malette@spacecourtfoundation.org