Remuneration of the Intern

The specific tasks that the Intern will perform, and the remuneration (stipend) that Blenheim will pay, will be worked out between Blenheim and the Intern (prior to the commencement Internship), and may vary depending upon:

  • the needs of the law firm; and
  • the Intern’s abilities and previous experience.

Apart from this remuneration, Blenheim is unable to provide any reimbursement for any expenses incurred during the Internship.
Blenheim will provide the legal Intern with:

  • a variety of activities to maximize the experience with the firm
  • periodic evaluations; and
  • (at the end of the Intern’s tenure) an evaluation letter, confirming the Internship and describing the work performed and experience gained.

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Other pages with information on the Foreign Law Student Internship Program

For further information, please read these pages:

or contact:

Mrs. C.X. Rietjens-Van Werven
Postbox 10302
1001 EH Amsterdam
The Netherlands.

LAW - associated firm

Together with a number of international law firms outside
The Netherlands, Blenheim is member of Lawyers Associated Worldwide.

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