Internship – Commission on Arbitration and ADR, ICC Dispute Resolution Services (Paris)

ICC’s Commission on Arbitration and ADR is looking for an intern for a period of six months, starting in January 2025.

As the institutional representative of over 45 million businesses in more than 170 countries, the International Chamber of Commerce operates with a core mission to “make business work for everyone, every day, everywhere”. 

We act as the primary voice of the real economy in a range of intergovernmental organisations – from the World Trade Organization to the UN climate process – championing the needs of local business in global decision making. 

The convening power of our global network enables us to set rules and standards that facilitate over $17 trillion dollars in trade each year – as well as providing tailored products and digital services that directly address the real challenges faced by businesses operating internationally. 

We also provide the world’s premier private global dispute resolution services, leveraging ICC’s unique independence, integrity, and expertise. 

The ICC Commission on Arbitration and ADR, ICC Dispute Resolution Services’ unique think tank, plays a key role in enabling thought leadership in arbitration and ADR.  The Commission is currently looking for an intern who will benefit from unique insights and in-depth knowledge in international arbitration law and dispute resolution, for a period of six months starting in January 2025. 

The role 

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Important information: 

Terms and conditions 

Department: Dispute Resolution Services  

Geographic location: ICC HQ – Paris, France  

Period: January 2025 – end June 2025 

Duration: 6 months  

Application process:  

Applications should be addressed in English to by no later than 17 June 2024. 

This should include:  

At ICC, we make business work for everyone, every day, everywhere. 
And when we say “everyone”, we mean it. 
We celebrate the diversity of our people and strive to inspire acceptance, cultivate a culture where difference matters, inclusion is essential and equality of opportunity is for everyone.