international law program
Rounding out the International Program in the remainder of the calendar year, BC Law offers a number of summer study and fellowship opportunities:
• Summer internships at International Criminal Tribunals. The Law School provides stipends to support up to three students per summer working in internships at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia and the International Criminal Court.
• Holocaust and Human Rights Project (HHRP) summer internships. Every summer, the Project’s endowment supports two to three students doing on-the-ground human rights work overseas. In recent years, students have worked with the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda in Tanzania; Legal Aid of Cambodia; the Palestinian Authority; and the United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM) in Ecuador.