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  1. Crowell and Moring Internship

Crowell and Moring Internship

The international law firm of Crowell & Moring is pleased to announce that its Antitrust Group has, together with The City Law School, City, University of London, created the "Crowell & Moring Antitrust Recovery Scholarship & Internship" which is open to selected students taking competition courses at The City Law School's International Commercial Law LLM program. The firm will award a £5,000 scholarship and three-month summer internship to a student in 2010/11.

The internship will take place in the firm's London office, where the student will work with both European and US members of Crowell & Moring's Antitrust Recovery Team. The practice represents corporations who have been victims of cartel and other anti-competitive activities in their efforts to recover damages and other commercial remedies around the world. Students will work with Crowell & Moring's internationally recognised Antitrust Group as it pursues recoveries for Fortune 500 clients.

Professor Alan Riley, Director of the LLM Programme at The City Law School said, "We are delighted to work with Crowell & Moring to provide our LLM students with this tremendous career opportunity. Working with a firm that can offer U.K., European and U.S. perspectives on antitrust matters is extremely valuable to our students."

"Crowell & Moring looks forward to providing capable and enthusiastic young lawyers with the opportunity to experience cutting edge legal practice," said Rob Murray, head of Crowell & Moring's antitrust recovery practice in London.

The Crowell & Moring Antitrust Recovery Scholarship and Internship is available to students who take the International Cartels, General Competition and State, and Competition and Regulation courses as part of the International Commercial Law LLM program. Scholarship recipients will have achieved high marks in their assessed end of term papers and been personally interviewed in Spring of 2011.