ELSA International Team Vacancies

The International Board of ELSA is happy to announce the following open Vacancies within the ELSA International Team. If you would like to be part of the team, please apply via the dedicated application form below. Applications are examined on a rolling basis.

 

The structure and the positions of the Team Members have been adjusted to the needs of the respective areas and the International Board Members. Additionally, the International Board will continue to use cross-functional teams that will be working across all areas of ELSA on specified tasks. The individual description of each position can be found under the respective area within the Vacancies page.

Cross-functional Teams
Publications

Responsible IB member

Vice President in charge of Academic Activities of the International Board 2023/2024

Term

From appointment – 31st of August 2024

Description

The Assistant for the ELSA Law Review (ELR) will function as the Deputy Editor in Chief of the ELSA Law Review and the team leader of the ELSA Law Review. The Assistant will coordinate the work of the article assessors, communicate with the peer-reviewers and prepare the law review for publication. The Assistant will also be responsible for developing and coordinating the ELSA Law Review Blog and communicating with the External Relations Teams regarding the public relations of the ELR.

Tasks

  • Coordinate the ELSA Law Review Team and frequently report to the Vice President in charge of Academic Activities;
  • Coordinate the peer-review of the law review;
  • Overall control of the quality of the ELSA Law Review;
  • Ensure the publication of the ELSA Law Review in cooperation with the publication partner;
  • Coordinate the ELSA Law Review Blog.

Requirements

  • Previous experience with legal publications or other forms of publications;
  • Excellent command of both written and spoken English;
  • Experience in team and project management;
  • Ability to work under pressure;
  • Being devoted to the work and replying to emails in due time.

Benefits

  • Being a part of  ELSA’s community of over 60 000 students from 43 countries;
  • Chance to network with other law students, young professionals, and ELSA Alumni from across Europe;
  • CV experience enrichment;
  • Broader access to ELSA’s member opportunities, such as discounts, preferential scholarships for higher education institutions, and participation in our International projects.

Workload

Low to mild pressure throughout the year (~4-6h per week).  Expected to attend monthly meetings with the Vice President in charge of Academic Activities and the Director for Publications. 

Please note that online interviews may take place as part of the selection process and that ELSA International reserves the right not to fill the positions for which the applicants will not bear the necessary qualifications.

For further information and questions, please contact:

Nadia Dourida 

Vice President in Charge of Academic Activities 

The International Board 2023/2024

academicactivities@elsa.org 

  • Please specify the Local or National Group that you are part of.
  • if not applicable, please write 'N/A'.
  • Please use the title specified in the descriptions.
  • Please upload your ELSA CV as pdf.
  • Please explain how your experiences have helped you to develop the necessary skills for the position you are applying for.
    https://files.elsa.org/GDPR/IM/Privacy_Policy_ELSA_Officers.pdf
Internal Management
Human Resources

Responsible IB member

Secretary General of the International Board 2023/2024

Term

From appointment – 31st of August 2024

Description

To ensure optimal support for our current and future Officers, it is essential to identify the challenges faced by our current Officers and develop effective strategies to help them. In order to establish clear priorities, we must gather data from National and Local Boards and their respective teams. The Assistant for National Relations will be responsible for overall communication with the National Groups of ELSA. This role involves assisting with any questions and needs (especially regarding Human Resources problems) and identifying ways to solve said problems in teamwork.

Tasks

  • Contact and communicate with ELSA’s National Groups to proactively identify and address Human Resources challenges they may be encountering;
  • Utilise their past experience, own knowledge and ELSA’s Human Resources Strategy to propose solutions tailored to the specific needs of National Groups;
  • Collaborate closely with the Assistant for Knowledge Management to develop and update an internal “problem database,” ensuring that it reflects the current issues and solutions provided to National Groups.

Requirements

  • Experience in Human Resources gained through previous roles as a Local or National Officer within ELSA;
  • High responsiveness and excellent communication skills, facilitating productive interactions with the HR Team and the National Groups;
  • Outgoing personality that fosters strong relationships and open communication;
  • Analytical mindset to assess complex HR issues and develop data-driven solutions.

Benefits

  • Being a part of  ELSA’s community of over 60 000 students from 43 countries;
  • Chance to network with other law students, young professionals, and ELSA Alumni from across Europe;
  • CV experience enrichment;
  • Broader access to ELSA’s member opportunities, such as discounts, preferential scholarships for higher education institutions, and participation in our International projects.

Workload

Mild pressure throughout the year (~5-10hr per week). Expected to attend meetings twice a month. 

Please note that online interviews may take place as part of the selection process and that ELSA International reserves the right to not fill the positions for which the applicants don’t bear the necessary qualifications.

For further information and questions, please contact:

Yordan Kyurkchiyski 

Secretary General 

The International Board 2023/2024

secgen@elsa.org 

  • Please specify the Local or National Group that you are part of.
  • if not applicable, please write 'N/A'.
  • Please use the title specified in the descriptions.
  • Please upload your ELSA CV as pdf.
  • Please explain how your experiences have helped you to develop the necessary skills for the position you are applying for.
    https://files.elsa.org/GDPR/IM/Privacy_Policy_ELSA_Officers.pdf
Financial Management

Responsible IB member

Treasurer of the International Board 2023/2024

Term

From appointment – 31st of August 2024

Description

The Director for Investments will be responsible for finding how and where ELSA should invest. The main focus during the upcoming term will be on how to use the reserve and streamline the use of money. 

Tasks

  • Research on possible ways to invest;
  • Work on guidelines for investments;
  • Inform National Groups about possibilities regarding investments (during an Open Call or Workshop at the International Council Meetings of ELSA);
  • Communication with the Treasurer of the International Board of ELSA and other project managers. 

Requirements

  • Knowledge of the Financial Strategy of ELSA;
  • Basic understanding of how to invest;
  • Teamwork and time management skills;
  • Being organised and an ability to work independently.

Benefits

  • Being a part of  ELSA’s community of over 60 000 students from 43 countries;
  • Chance to network with other law students, young professionals, and ELSA Alumni from across Europe;
  • CV experience enrichment;
  • Broader access to ELSA’s member opportunities, such as discounts, preferential scholarships for higher education institutions, and participation in our International projects.

Workload

Mild pressure throughout the year (~5-10hr per week). Expected to attend biweekly meetings with the Treasurer of the International Board.

Please note that online interviews may take place as part of the selection process and that ELSA International reserves the right not to fill the positions for which the applicants will not bear the necessary qualifications.

For further information and questions, please contact:

Adéla Chloupková 

Treasurer

The International Board 2023/2024

treasurer@elsa.org

  • Please specify the Local or National Group that you are part of.
  • if not applicable, please write 'N/A'.
  • Please use the title specified in the descriptions.
  • Please upload your ELSA CV as pdf.
  • Please explain how your experiences have helped you to develop the necessary skills for the position you are applying for.
    https://files.elsa.org/GDPR/IM/Privacy_Policy_ELSA_Officers.pdf

Responsible IB member

Treasurer of the International Board 2023/2024

Term

From appointment – 31st of August 2024

Description

The Assistant for Grants Research of ELSA will be supporting the Grants Department of ELSA International in all tasks related to the research of new international opportunities, as well as assisting National and Local Groups on their research, to fulfill the Grants Database.

Tasks

  • Research for Grants opportunities at the international level and communicating them to the Grants department to benefit from them;
  • Assist National and Local groups in their grants research;
  • Assist Director for Grants with the fulfillment of the ELSA Grants Database, containing national and International Grants.

Requirements

  • Teamwork skills;
  • Extensive research abilities;
  •  Working Proficiency in English.

Benefits

  • Being a part of ELSA’s community of over 60 000 students from 43 countries;
  • Chance to network with other law students, young professionals, and ELSA Alumni from across Europe;
  • CV experience enrichment;
  • Broader access to ELSA’s member opportunities, such as discounts, preferential scholarships for higher education institutions, and participation in our International projects.

Workload

Mild pressure throughout the year (~5-10hr per week). Expected to attend biweekly meetings with the Treasurer of the International Board and the Grants Department.

Please note that online interviews may take place as part of the selection process and that ELSA International reserves the right not to fill the positions for which the applicants will not bear the necessary qualifications.

For further information and questions, please contact:

Adéla Chloupková 

Treasurer

The International Board 2023/2024

treasurer@elsa.org 

  • Please specify the Local or National Group that you are part of.
  • if not applicable, please write 'N/A'.
  • Please use the title specified in the descriptions.
  • Please upload your ELSA CV as pdf.
  • Please explain how your experiences have helped you to develop the necessary skills for the position you are applying for.
    https://files.elsa.org/GDPR/IM/Privacy_Policy_ELSA_Officers.pdf
Academic Activities
Human Rights

Responsible IB member

Vice President in charge of Academic Activities of the International Board 2023/2024

Term

From appointment – 31st of August 2024

Description

ELSA shall be continuously committed to human rights awareness and human rights education. The International Board is looking for Assistants specifically dedicated to working with human rights in ELSA and who will support the Network to implement our key values. This will consist of working on the Annual Human Rights Campaign including the information campaign on Corruption and Human Rights and researching human rights in ELSA. Assistants for Human Rights will also be responsible for assisting the Director for Human Rights on research of the topic of next year’s Annual Human Rights Campaign. 

Tasks

  • Coordinate the Annual Human Rights Campaign;
  • Actively participate in research how Local and National Groups implement human rights;
  • Communicate with the Network regarding Human Rights initiatives;
  • Assist all members of the International Board in their general work regarding human rights.

Requirements

  • Previous involvement or interest in human rights;
  • Ability to work under pressure;
  • Being devoted to the work and reply to emails in due time;
  • Excellent time management and communication skills;
  • Flexibility to undertake various tasks;
  • Ability to work independently;
  • Being able to act professionally towards the Network and external contacts.

Benefits

  • Being a part of  ELSA’s community of over 60 000 students from 43 countries;
  • Chance to network with other law students, young professionals, and ELSA Alumni from across Europe;
  • CV experience enrichment;
  • Broader access to ELSA’s member opportunities, such as discounts, preferential scholarships for higher education institutions, and participation in our International projects.

Workload

Low to mild pressure throughout the year (~4-6h). Higher pressure during the preparations for ELSA Day (~6h). Expected to attend weekly/ biweekly meetings with the Vice President in charge of Academic Activities of  the International Board and the Director for Human Rights. 

Please note that online interviews may take place as part of the selection process and that ELSA International reserves the right not to fill the positions for which the applicants will not bear the necessary qualifications.

For further information and questions, please contact:

Nadia Dourida 

Vice President in Charge of Academic Activities 

The International Board 2023/2024

academicactivities@elsa.org 

  • Please specify the Local or National Group that you are part of.
  • if not applicable, please write 'N/A'.
  • Please use the title specified in the descriptions.
  • Please upload your ELSA CV as pdf.
  • Please explain how your experiences have helped you to develop the necessary skills for the position you are applying for.
    https://files.elsa.org/GDPR/IM/Privacy_Policy_ELSA_Officers.pdf
Competitions
Helga Pedersen Moot Court Competition

Responsible IB member

Vice President in charge of Competitions of the International Board 2023/2024

Term

From appointment – 31st of July 2024

Description

The Assistant for Judges will be responsible for coordinating judges throughout the Competition including researching for new judges, developing and sending materials and coordinating the scoring of Written Submissions. The Assistant will be answering the questions of the judges and providing them with all necessary information. The Assistant for Judges is expected to be present in Strasbourg to take part in the International Organising Committee of the Final Oral Round.

Tasks

  • Assist the Vice President in charge of Competition of the International Board and the Director for Helga Pedersen Moot Court Competition with the administration of documents and information throughout the year;
  • Deal with all Judges during the entire period of the competition;
  • Answer questions, assisting with travels, invoicing, etc.;
  • Allocation of Judges to Written Submissions and the Final Oral Round; 
  • Be present during the Final Oral Round in Strasbourg (and in all Regional Rounds if they take place virtually).

Requirements

  • Excellent command of both written and spoken English;
  • Excellent time management and communication skills;
  • Ability to work under pressure and good time management skills;
  • Flexibility to undertake various tasks;
  • Ability to work independently;
  • Being devoted to the work and replying to emails in due time;
  • Ability  to act professionally towards teams and other external contacts;
  • Experience with Moot Court Competitions or other international events is an advantage; 
  • Knowledge of the city of Strasbourg and/or French language is an advantage.

Benefits

  • Being a part of  ELSA’s community of over 60 000 students from 43 countries;
  • Chance to network with other law students, young professionals, and ELSA Alumni from across Europe;
  • CV experience enrichment;
  • Broader access to ELSA’s member opportunities, such as discounts, preferential scholarships for higher education institutions, and participation in our International projects.

Workload

Mild pressure throughout the year (~5-10hr per week), peaking during Judges’ allocation for the Final Oral Round (May), after which the work will subside. Expected to attend weekly/ biweekly meetings with the Vice President in charge of Competitions of the International Board.

Please note that online interviews may take place as part of the selection process and that ELSA International reserves the right not to fill the positions for which the applicants will not bear the necessary qualifications.

For further information and questions, please contact:

Maciej Łodziński

Vice President in charge of Competitions 

The International Board 2023/2024

competitions@elsa.org 

  • Please specify the Local or National Group that you are part of.
  • if not applicable, please write 'N/A'.
  • Please use the title specified in the descriptions.
  • Please upload your ELSA CV as pdf.
  • Please explain how your experiences have helped you to develop the necessary skills for the position you are applying for.
    https://files.elsa.org/GDPR/IM/Privacy_Policy_ELSA_Officers.pdf
Professional Development
ELSA Traineeships

Responsible IB member

Vice President in charge of Professional Development of the International Board 2023/2024

Term

From appointment – 31st of August 2024

Description

The Reception and Visa Team ensures the smooth processing of the ELSA Traineeships programme by inter alia helping ELSA Groups with the Reception process and Trainees with the obtention of Visa and other administrative tasks, analyzing the evaluation forms, processing external applications and inquiries, defining and implementing reception strategy, and improving ELSA Traineeships documents and materials.

The Director for Reception and Visas shall work closely with the Director for ELSA Traineeships and the Vice President in charge of Professional Development of the International Board. 

Tasks

  • Assist Trainees and/or ELSA Groups with Reception;
  • Assist Trainees and/or ELSA Groups with demand of Visa or other administrative tasks;
  • Assist with the compilation of evaluations from Trainees and Traineeship Providers where necessary;
  • Update the promotional materials and other tools together with the Vice President in charge of Professional Development of the International Board of ELSA and the Director for ELSA Traineeships;
  • Report regularly to the Director for ELSA Traineeships;
  • Assist the Vice President in charge of Professional Development of the International Board of ELSA in the Training of the Professional Development area officers;
  • Assisting the Vice President in charge of Professional Development of the International Board of ELSA with the preparation and delivery of workshops during International Internal Meetings (cf. International Council Meetings).

Requirements

  • Excellent command of both written and spoken English;
  • Excellent time management and communication skills;
  • Good Excel skills;
  • Demonstrated experience in ELSA Traineeships procedures, especially in Reception.
  • Having experience with the management of Visa and administrative tasks is a plus. 

Benefits

  • Being a part of  ELSA’s community of over 60 000 students from 43 countries;
  • Chance to network with other law students, young professionals, and ELSA Alumni from across Europe;
  • CV experience enrichment;
  • Broader access to ELSA’s member opportunities, such as discounts, preferential scholarships for higher education institutions, and participation in our International projects.

Workload

Mild pressure throughout the year (~5-8hr per week). Expected to attend monthly meetings with the Vice President in charge of Professional Development of the International Board.

Please note that online interviews may take place as part of the selection process and that ELSA International reserves the right not to fill the positions for which the applicants will not bear the necessary qualifications.

For further information and questions, please contact:

Maria Vittoria Voi

Vice President in charge of Professional Development 

The International Board 2023/2024

professionaldevelopment@elsa.org 

  • Please specify the Local or National Group that you are part of.
  • if not applicable, please write 'N/A'.
  • Please use the title specified in the descriptions.
  • Please upload your ELSA CV as pdf.
  • Please explain how your experiences have helped you to develop the necessary skills for the position you are applying for.
    https://files.elsa.org/GDPR/IM/Privacy_Policy_ELSA_Officers.pdf

Responsible IB member

Vice President in charge of Professional Development of the International Board 2023/2024

Term

From appointment – 31st of August 2024

Description

The Reception and Visa Team ensures the smooth processing of the ELSA Traineeships programme by inter alia helping ELSA Groups with the Reception process and Trainees with the obtaining of Visa and other administrative tasks, analyzing the evaluation forms, processing external applications and inquiries, defining and implementing a  reception strategy, and improving ELSA Traineeships documents and materials.

The Assistant for Reception and Visas shall work closely with the Director for Reception and Visa and the Vice President in charge of Professional Development of the International Board. 

Tasks

  • AssistTrainees and/or ELSA Groups with Reception;
  • Assist Trainees and/or ELSA Groups with demand of Visa or other administrative tasks;
  • Assist with the compilation of evaluations from Trainees and Traineeship Providers where necessary;
  • Report regularly to the Director for Reception and Visa;
  • Assist the Vice President in charge of Professional Development of ELSA International in the Train of the Professional Development area officers;
  • Assist the Director dor Reception and Visa with the preparation and delivery of workshops during International Internal Meetings (cf. International Council Meetings).

Requirements

  • Excellent command of both written and spoken English;
  • Excellent time management and communication skills;
  • Good Excel skills;
  • Demonstrated experience in ELSA Traineeships procedures, especially in Reception;
  • Having experience with the management of Visa and administrative tasks is an advantage. 

Benefits

  • Being a part of  ELSA’s community of over 60 000 students from 43 countries;
  • Chance to network with other law students, young professionals, and ELSA Alumni from across Europe;
  • CV experience enrichment;
  • Broader access to ELSA’s member opportunities, such as discounts, preferential scholarships for higher education institutions, and participation in our International projects.

Workload

Low pressure throughout the year (~5hr per week). Expected to attend monthly meetings with the Vice President in charge of Professional Development of the International Board or the Director for Reception and Visa. 

Please note that online interviews may take place as part of the selection process and that ELSA International reserves the right not to fill the positions for which the applicants will not bear the necessary qualifications.

For further information and questions, please contact:

Maria Vittoria Voi

Vice President in charge of Professional Development 

The International Board 2023/2024

professionaldevelopment@elsa.org 

  • Please specify the Local or National Group that you are part of.
  • if not applicable, please write 'N/A'.
  • Please use the title specified in the descriptions.
  • Please upload your ELSA CV as pdf.
  • Please explain how your experiences have helped you to develop the necessary skills for the position you are applying for.
    https://files.elsa.org/GDPR/IM/Privacy_Policy_ELSA_Officers.pdf

Responsible IB member

Vice President in charge of Professional Development of the International Board 2023/2024

Term

From appointment – 31st of August 2024

Description

The Coordinators for Communication shall work towards the structure of the overall Professional Development projects communication strategy and ensure the smooth implementation thereof. 

The Coordinators for Communication shall work closely with the Vice President in charge of Professional Development and Vice President in charge of  Marketing of the International Board. The Communication Team shall consist of a maximum of 3 people.

Tasks

  • Create the ELSA Traineeships marketing strategy and suggesting ideas and new focuses for Professional Development projects;
  • Work on the ELSA Traineeships marketing schedule;
  • Assist with the descriptions of posts;
  • Working closely with the ELSA International Marketing Team in regard to inter alia the ELSA Traineeships certificates and promotional material.
  • Strategise new ideas for promotional materials and other tools together with the Vice President in charge of Professional Development of the International Board and the ELSA International Marketing Team;
  • Assist the Vice President in charge of Professional Development of the International Board in the specific Marketing Training of the Professional Development officers;
  • Assist the Vice President in charge of Professional Development of the International Board in implementing the trainee & partner engagement strategies;
  • Assist the Vice President in charge of Professional Development of the International Board with the preparation and delivery of workshops on Marketing during International Internal Meetings (cf. International Council Meetings).

Requirements

  • Excellent command of both written and spoken English;
  • Excellent time management, project management, and communication skills;
  • Demonstrated Public Relations knowledge;
  • Demonstrated knowledge and/or keen interest in Marketing and marketing platforms (Canva, Photoshop etc). 

Benefits

  • Being a part of  ELSA’s community of over 60 000 students from 43 countries;
  • Chance to network with other law students, young professionals, and ELSA Alumni from across Europe;
  • CV experience enrichment;
  • Broader access to ELSA’s member opportunities, such as discounts, preferential scholarships for higher education institutions, and participation in our International projects.

Workload

Mild pressure throughout the year (~8-10hr per week). Expected to attend monthly meetings with the Vice President in charge of Professional Development of the International Board.

Please note that online interviews may take place as part of the selection process and that ELSA International reserves the right not to fill the positions for which the applicants will not bear the necessary qualifications.

For further information and questions, please contact:

Maria Vittoria Voi

Vice President in charge of Professional Development 

The International Board 2023/2024

professionaldevelopment@elsa.org 

  • Please specify the Local or National Group that you are part of.
  • if not applicable, please write 'N/A'.
  • Please use the title specified in the descriptions.
  • Please upload your ELSA CV as pdf.
  • Please explain how your experiences have helped you to develop the necessary skills for the position you are applying for.
    https://files.elsa.org/GDPR/IM/Privacy_Policy_ELSA_Officers.pdf
Seminars and Conferences

Responsible IB member

Vice President in charge of Seminars & Conferences of the International Board 2023/2024

Term

From appointment – 31st of August 2024

Description

ELSA Webinars and ELSA Webinars Academy have gained increasing importance, especially during the term 19/20. After the unification of ELSA Webinars, making the team automated, improving the provided ELSA Webinars, and organising the following editions of ELSA Webinars Academy of ELSA International are the main areas of the Seminars & Conferences Area. 

Tasks

  • Manage and supervise the ELSA Webinars Team;
  • Assist the Vice President in charge of Seminars and Conferences of the International Board in organising the next editions of the ELSA Webinars Academy of ELSA International;
  • Search for new academic partnerships and structural suggestions to make ELSA Webinars Academy more professional;
  • Assist the Vice President in charge of Seminars and Conferences of the International Board in establishing partnerships concerning ELSA Webinars Academy;
  • Develop tools for ELSA Webinars with the Vice President in charge of Seminars and Conferences of the International Board.

Requirements

  • Knowledge of the history of ELSA and the recent developments in the area of Seminars & Conferences, especially ELSA Webinars; 
  • Great time management skills;
  • Excellent command of English;
  • IT Knowledge;
  • Participation in the organisation of an ELSA Webinars Academy is an advantage;
  • Experience in Clickmeeting is an advantage;
  • Responsiveness.

Benefits

  • Being a part of  ELSA’s community of over 60 000 students from 43 countries;
  • Chance to network with other law students, young professionals, and ELSA Alumni from across Europe;
  • CV experience enrichment;
  • Broader access to ELSA’s member opportunities, such as discounts, preferential scholarships for higher education institutions, and participation in our International projects.

Workload

Mild pressure throughout the year (~ 5-10 hr per week). The Director for ELSA Webinars is expected to attend a biweekly call with the Vice President in charge of Seminars and Conferences of the International Board and carry out all the necessary calls the position entails.

Please note that online interviews may take place as part of the selection process and that ELSA International reserves the right not to fill the positions for which the applicants will not bear the necessary qualifications.

For further information and questions, please contact:

Xanthi Agoraki

Vice President in charge of Seminars and Conferences

International Board 2023/2024

seminarsconferences@elsa.org

  • Please specify the Local or National Group that you are part of.
  • if not applicable, please write 'N/A'.
  • Please use the title specified in the descriptions.
  • Please upload your ELSA CV as pdf.
  • Please explain how your experiences have helped you to develop the necessary skills for the position you are applying for.
    https://files.elsa.org/GDPR/IM/Privacy_Policy_ELSA_Officers.pdf

Responsible IB member

Vice President in charge of Seminars & Conferences of the International Board 2023/2024

Term

From appointment – 31st of August 2024

Description

ELSA Webinars and ELSA Webinars Academy have gained increasing importance, especially during the term 19/20. After the unification of ELSA Webinars, making the team automated, improving the provided ELSA Webinars, and organising the following editions of ELSA Webinars Academy of ELSA International are the main areas of the Seminars & Conferences Area. 

Tasks

  • Assist the Director for ELSA Webinars in organising the next editions of the ELSA Webinars Academy of ELSA International;
  • Develop tools for ELSA Webinars with the Director for ELSA Webinars;
  • Provide training on webinar platforms, especially ClickMeeting.

Requirements

  • Knowledge of the history of ELSA and the recent developments in the area of Seminars & Conferences, especially ELSA Webinars; 
  • Great time management skills;
  • Excellent command of English;
  • IT Knowledge;
  • Participation in the organisation of an ELSA Webinars Academy is an advantage;
  • Experience in Clickmeeting is an advantage;
  • Responsiveness.

Benefits

  • Being a part of  ELSA’s community of over 60 000 students from 43 countries;
  • Chance to network with other law students, young professionals, and ELSA Alumni from across Europe;
  • CV experience enrichment;
  • Broader access to ELSA’s member opportunities, such as discounts, preferential scholarships for higher education institutions, and participation in our International projects.

Workload

Low pressure throughout the year (less than 5 hr per week). The Assistant for ELSA Webinars is expected to attend calls with the Director for ELSA Webinars and carry out all the necessary calls the position entails.

Please note that online interviews may take place as part of the selection process and that ELSA International reserves the right not to fill the positions for which the applicants will not bear the necessary qualifications.

For further information and questions, please contact:

Xanthi Agoraki

Vice President in charge of Seminars and Conferences

International Board 2023/2024

seminarsconferences@elsa.org

  • Please specify the Local or National Group that you are part of.
  • if not applicable, please write 'N/A'.
  • Please use the title specified in the descriptions.
  • Please upload your ELSA CV as pdf.
  • Please explain how your experiences have helped you to develop the necessary skills for the position you are applying for.
    https://files.elsa.org/GDPR/IM/Privacy_Policy_ELSA_Officers.pdf