University of Pretoria: Law Internship Programme 2024

Job Summary

The Office of the DVC Academics in collaboration with #UPLaw is offering a Law Internship opportunity to candidates who wish to gain practical experience and exposure as they prepare to serve vocational training and pupilage, or wish to enter academia, among other things.

Closing date: 08 March 2024

Remuneration: R6 500 per month (40 hours per week)

This is in line with UP’s Read for Work initiative for students.

Internship duties and responsibilities

The successful candidates will be placed in Faculties for the period of internship. In general, the responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, executing administrative duties, data collection and management, typing, attending to student queries, providing legal advice, assisting with drafting of documents, reviewing documents, exposure to the student disciplinary process, etc.

Prior work experience is not a requirement.

All successful candidates will receive training, thus work experience is not a requirement.

Benefits of internship

This opportunity will stand all successful candidates in good stead when applying for vocational training and other career opportunities after successful completion of the programme.

Candidate requirements

  • * Only LLB graduates from UP will be considered;
  • * LLG graduates must have an aggregate academic average of 65%);
  • * Languages: English – spoken and written;
  • * Never participated in the UP-internship programme;
  • * Must not have been found guilty of any misconduct during your tenure at the University of Pretoria and should be in good standing.
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How to Apply

Applications and closing date: To apply for enrolment in the abovementioned programme, kindly forward a letter of motivation, a comprehensive CV, and comprehensive academic records to on Friday, 8th March 2024.

Please write ‘LIP 2024 Internship’ in the subject line of your email.

No application will be considered after the closing date, or if it does not comply with at least the minimum requirements.


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    Katlego is a final-year student at the University of Johannesburg. Apart from bouncing molecules against each other in the Chemistry lab, she loves curating job opportunites for fellow youth. Katlego is also quite a singer!

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