Tom, President of the AEGED, at an EY event © Christophe Rabinovici
As you probably know, the Grande Ecole du Droit program has two objectives: preparing students for an LL.M in their fourth year and also for their future arrival on the job market. Thus, our courses are very diverse: US Contract Law, Tort Law, American Constitutional Law, seminars on project management and public speaking… However, I quickly started asking myself: is our French and Anglo-American background really enough for us to study and work abroad? So I decided to apply for an internship in the United States.
Every year, “Grande Ecole du Droit” students do everything in their power to find an internship. Two of us are going to share our story.
An internship at the Cabinet Claire Bonnet
Finding an internship is maybe one of the hardest and most stressful tasks of a student life even for “Grande Ecole du Droit” students who are well prepared by Maître Stephan Baller.
When I started to think about finding an internship (in the beginning of September) I had two “strategies” in mind. I know, I’m a bit too organized…
Manon Bourdin at an EY event © Christophe Rabinovici