Law Internship in Bangkok

Thailand is home to a number of local and international law firms. While the work of local law firms usually revolves around local litigation and other cases related to the Thai judicial system, the main purpose of most international law firms is to serve the myriad foreign nationals who work and live in Thailand.

The international law firms seek to help these foreign nationals in their matters with the Thai law. In addition to the foreign nationals, these firms also offer their legal services to multinational corporations in conducting their business operations in the region. The law firms in Thailand differ from each other on the basis of their legal proficiency and language skills, among other factors.

There are law firms that handle simple issues like work permits and accounting for small to medium enterprises. Then there are law firms exclusively devoted to help expats on their personal and business matters; your English language skills will prove mighty helpful particularly in these law firms. There are also bigger law firms that consult the large-scale enterprises in and outside Thailand.

Being an important trade and economic destination in Asia, Thailand offers a unique perspective on corporate and commercial laws.

Other notable legal services offered by law firms here include family law, criminal law and investigation, litigation, international labor law, immigration law, inheritance law, real estate law, intellectual property law, etc. Law internship Thailand is going to be about learning the nuances of Thai legal practices and how do they co-relate with the Western legal practices. Once you’ll immerse yourself in your Thailand internship, you will feel an influx of new enthusiasm and inspiration to work in law.

Past AIP Law interns have been involved and worked on the following projects:

  • Drafting form agreements and composing correspondences and memos for review.
  • Processing and administering invoices and payments according to contractual obligations.
  • Conducting legal research and liaising with subject matter experts.
  • Drafting replies to queries from customers within a specific response time.
  • Keeping up to date with the law and market developments.

Note that all AIP interns are given a personal supervisor who will train, monitor and guide you throughout your international internship experience.

Internship tasks will vary from company to company, as well as intern to intern. These are only examples of tasks that were carried out from previous interns.

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