Karanovic & Nikolic’s traditional summer internship commences
Karanovic & Nikolic’s traditional summer internship programme has begun. Four candidates have been chosen to spend one month working as trainees in the Belgrade office.
The training received by the interns is similar to that of a newly graduated associate. Each intern is placed in four different practice areas with a designated mentor who shows them the typical tasks undertaken by first-year associates.
They are taught to draft legal documents, do legal research, handle documentation and filing and write articles and translate documents.
Internships are awarded on an annual basis and are based on an essay submission.
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