Research Assistant (Intern)

Foundation for Law and International Affairs (FLIA)
  • Location
    Washington (Remote), D.C.
  • Sector
    Non Profit
  • Experience
  • Posted
    May 29

Position description

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Join research projects on a specific topic; conduct research on the chosen topic and draft high-quality research papers

  2. Participate in programs relevant to the chosen topic

  3. Follow hot topics and prepare timely reports/articles (in Chinese and/or English)

  4. Identify important sub-topics in the field; summarize key academic work and practical information in the field;

  5. Translate based on the needs of the project or the supervisor;

  6. Participate in other work depending on availability.


  1. Completion of bachelor’s degree or current enrollment in master’s program required, master’s degree preferred (extraordinary senior students may be considered);

  2. Knowledge of at least one topic at the intersection of law and international affairs;

  3. Working proficiency in English required;

  4. Strong research, writing and interpersonal skills;

  5. Ability to handle deadlines for multiple assignments;

  6. Ability to work with minimal supervision;

  7. Strong attention to detail;

  8. Bilingual in Mandarin or other languages is a plus.

FLIA internships are part-time, voluntary positions. The internship program requires a minimum commitment of three months. The average time commitment will be 20 hours per week.

Application instructions

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