Opportunities in International Trade Law

The Customs and International Bar Association (CITBA) seeks to foster a profession that is diverse by offering programs that encourage more students, particularly students from underrepresented groups, to consider careers in international trade law.
 

International Trade Law 101: What is it?
 
Not sure what an International trade lawyer does?  Learn about the varied practice areas in international trade and some of the most important laws that affect international trade.
 
                
 
 
Where to get international trade law experience:
 
Law Firms Government Agencies Courts
 
Recent Career & Intern Opportunities 
Check out positions for which applications are currently being accepted!
 

Other CITBA Resources
Students seeking an internship at a government agency, court, or non-profit should consider applying for the CITBA/ASIL Summer Fellowship Program. The Program provides fellowships that supplement a student's income during internships with government agencies, courts, or non-profit organizations. To learn more, click here.

Did you miss our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion panel events? Click here to listen to recordings of past events.