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Internship report requirements

Amsterdam Law School

Students have to write an interim and internship report, to be submitted through Canvas.

Interim report

Halfway during your internship, you must submit an interim report of 750 to 1000 words via Canvas. Please include the following in your report:

  • Name and student ID;
  • Name and address of the internship organisation and the name of your supervisor in the organisation;
  • Date of submission interim report;
  • Start and end dates of internship;
  • Description of internship (details of organisation and department);
  • Your duties and responsibilities up to that point;
  • Detailed descriptions of at least two (possibly anonymised) work assignments/situations that show how you have applied the knowledge/insights and skills you have gained in the Master’s (track’s) area during your internship.
  • The guidance provided by your supervisor, if applicable also in light of working remotely in the context of the covid-19 pandemic

If your internship is part of an English-language Master’s program, you should write the interim report in English.

 

 

Internship report

Students have to write an internship report, to be submitted through Canvas no later than four weeks after completing the internship or passing the lecture component. The final report must contain the following:

Within four weeks after completing your internship or taking the track ‘Legal Ethics and Professional Identity for Legal Professionals in Practice’ you must submit your internship report (via Canvas). Please include the following in this report (1500 – 2000 words excluding annexe(s):

  • Your name and student ID;
  • The name and address of the internship organisation and the name of your supervisor in the organisation;
  • Name Master(track)programme;
  • Date submission internship report;
  • Number of words; 
  • Start and end dates of internship;
  • An account of the work done and experiences gained during your internship, set off against the learning objectives. This report should incorporate the knowledge gained from the track Legal Ethics. The report should include the following topics:
    1. The performance of the legal/functional role, and relationship with personal standards and values
    2. Ethical dilemmas
    3. Role played by social and psychological, financial, organisational and/or any other factors in the opportunity to act in accordance with professional ethics
    4. If the internship has taken place predominantly online: make an analysis of and reflect on the question: to what extent does working remotely influence the client relationship, mutual trust and communication?
  • Attach your interim report;
  • Attach the Internship Evaluation Form of the Faculty of Law, completed and signed by the internship organisation.

If your internship is part of an English-language Master’s program, you should write the internship report in English.