“ICTY makes human rights real. We are helping to bring voice to the victims who lived through this and bring perpetrators to justice.”
Sarah Hart – Penn State Law International Justice Externship Program at The Hague on her work on the Rathko Mladic trial at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia.
Students eager to put the theories and skills they build through the International Curriculum into practice can participate in experiential programs and summer opportunities. Students work in law firms with a multinational practice, NGOs, and government organizations. The Career Planning & Development Office and faculty members work with students to identify practice experiences.
Students can get International human rights and criminal prosecution experience through the International Justice Externship Program or by working with a government organization or international development organization during the Semester in Washington program.
Students looking for transactional work experience in developing countries can participate in the International Sustainable Development Projects clinic.