Law in San José

As an intern in law you will investigate and report the chosen topics and collaborate in the study of the processes of transformation of the judicial and penal systems linked to the democratic transition by promoting-from a scientific perspective, the fundamental rights of individuals. If you are a social and pro active person with writing and researching skills and you want to improve your knowledge about the law system in Latin América, sign up now!


Families & Homestays

Our families know, due to their experience, what it means to be a real host. They have received many students from different nationalities, occupations and ages. We will take into consideration your likes and preferences. Living with a local family is the best way to learn their customs, likes, and style while you learn a new language.

Residences & Hostels

If you want to live with several local and foreign students, you can choose to stay in a private or shared room in any of the students' residencies we offer you. Sharing a place with young people from all over the world is a great opportunity to learn about different cultures and make new friends as well as learning about the place in which you are studying.

Required Skills

Primary Responsabilities

  • Communication skills
  • Presentation and writing skills
  • Self confident
  • Level of Spanish: intermediate +.
  • Able to work in team as well as on his/her own
  • Law student
  • Intermediate level of Spanish
  • MS Office knowledge
  • Responsible
  • Organized

At your workplace, you’ll probably start with basic tasks in a variety of fields in law. You’ll be responsible for one or more of the following tasks depending on your abilities:

  •  Assisting with Legal files managament and legal services.
  •  Investigating and reporting the chosen topics.
  •  Collaborating with administrative tasks
  •  Studyng cases and litigations
  •  Looking for bibliography
  •  Negotiating with public agencies and tribunals
  •  Preparing and send outgoing faxes, mail, and packages

Please note: Responsibilities can vary according to the needs and resources of the Host Organization at the moment of your internship.

Project Hightlights

  • Get hands-on experience, contacts with other people in Law and improve the possibility to land a job immediately after your internship.
  • Develop new skills as a worker and learn things about yourself which you never knew you were capable of.
  • Gain experience as a legal assistant.
  • Interact with local people and investigate in the legal field.

Work Schedule

  • Determined on site. This position requires a minimum time commitment of 20 hours per week.
    Internship Period
  • Minimum commitment: 8 weeks. Please contact us for holidays information.
"As a student at this school I have been very satisfied with everything. I have felt that my Spanish has developed so much in such a short time. My teachers have been fantastic!!! Group classes combined with individual classes are ideal and make a difference. The school atmosphere is wonderful and everyone is so helpful here, all of which make attending classes a real pleasure. Thank you!"
Kathy L.
German, 29 years old
"This is the second time I come to Argentina and I love it! The School’s facilities are very good, we have internet access and a lot of things. The best things about these courses is that teachers and staff help you make of this a wonderful experience. Come and see it for yourself!"
Alice R.
Brazilian, 22 years old
"My experience in Buenos Aires was great. The teachers are well trained for each level. I liked the activities that the school offered. During my 4 weeks studying Spanish I received a lot of amazing touristic spots info and another info to get advantage of my stay in the country."
Ricardo C.
Brazilian, 18 years old
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