What if you could help shape the future of Arbitration in the BVI and the wider Caribbean Region?

At the BVI IAC, our mission is to be the go-to institution for International Arbitration and all other forms of dispute resolution in the Caribbean, The Americas and beyond. To deliver on this, we are always seeking exceptional legal or professional candidates who share our commitment to excellence and dedication providing exceptional service to our clients. 

We offer challenging and rewarding careers and internships in a variety of legal and non-legal roles. These are generally based in one of the following departments:

  • Arbitration Secretariat
  • Business Development
  • Operations & Marketing
  • Finance
  • Human Resources
  • Technology



Valuable Internship Opportunity: Non-Paid Legal Internships at BVI International Arbitration Centre

The BVI International Arbitration Centre (BVI IAC) is delighted to announce the availability of two positions for non-paid legal interns. These positions are available for ambitious individuals seeking valuable experience in the field of international arbitration.

Internship Details:

As a legal intern, you will gain insight into international arbitration processes. Under the guidance of experienced legal professionals, the successful candidates will develop a comprehensive understanding of arbitration procedures, legal research.


- Conduct research on various arbitration-related topics.

- Draft and prepare documents for internal use.

- Support and collaborate on arbitration-related marketing initiatives.

- Assist in the preparation of presentations or training materials on arbitration procedures and practices.

- Provide general support to the legal team and other staff members as required.


- Currently enrolled in a law degree program or a recent law graduate.

- Possess strong analytical and research skills.

- Exhibit excellent written and verbal communication abilities.

- Display meticulous attention to detail and maintain a high level of accuracy.

- Proficiency in legal research tools and databases.

- Demonstrate a passion for international arbitration and alternative dispute resolution.

- Arbitration-related training is not required but desired


Duration and Commitment:

This internship program runs from 1 July to 31 August 2024. Interns are expected to commit 30-40 hours per week, offering flexibility to balance academic commitments.

How to Apply:

If you are ready to embark on an enriching journey with the BVI International Arbitration Centre, submit your application by 23 May 2024 to Please include the following:

1. Your cover letter highlighting your interest and motivation.

2. Your professional resume/CV.

3. Academic transcripts.

About the BVI IAC:

The BVI International Arbitration Centre (BVI IAC), an independent not-for-profit institution, was established to meet the demands of the international business community for a neutral, impartial, efficient and reliable dispute resolution institution in the Americas, the Caribbean and beyond.

At the BVI International Arbitration Centre, we believe in providing opportunities for growth and professional development. For more information, visit or contact us at

Note: While this internship is non-paid, the experience gained and the network you will build will be invaluable for a future career in law.