Law internships abroad require candidates to be on the legal track (pursuing law school and better yet, to have taken the LSAT prior to their program with us, although this is not a requirement) plus a high-intermediate level of Spanish language proficiency. Work assignments will vary from country to country. Placements range from small to mid-sized, privately owned law firms to legal departments in larger companies. Law candidates gain experience in a variety of legal fields including but not limited to: Corporate and Business Law, Contract Law, Civil Law, Maritime and Aviation Law, International Business Transactions, General Litigation, Immigration, and others. Plan on doing everything from errands to courthouses to translating legal briefs to shadowing a specific lawyer for your program length.