Queen’s Law’s internship funding programs allow students to gain legal knowledge and skills by contributing to the public interest in Canada and abroad as summer interns. With financial support from the Torys Public Summer Internship Award Program and the Dean’s Excellence Fund, students can accept unpaid summer internships with not-for-profit and public-interest agencies.

Recent internships have included:

  • United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, Arusha
  • South African Human Rights Commission, Cape Town
  • Human Rights Law Network, New Delhi
  • UNAIDS, Geneva
  • Canadian Mission to the WTO, Geneva
  • Special Tribunal for Lebanon, The Hague
  • International Criminal Court, The Hague
  • United Nations Relief and Works Agency, Jerusalem
  • Association for Civil Rights in Israel, Tel Aviv
  • Israel Law Center, Ramat Gan
  • Environmental Law Clinic and Ecojustice, Ottawa
  • Court Watch Program, Sexual Assault Centre, Kingston
  • Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Toronto
  • Pro Bono Law Ontario’s Medical Legal Partnerships for Children, Toronto
  • Creative Rights/PonyRide, Detroit
  • Canadian Embassy, Washington D.C.
  • Women’s Legal Education and Action Fund, Toronto
  • NY Legal Assistance Group, New York
  • Hospice, Kingston
  • Yukon River Inter-Tribal Watershed Council, Anchorage