Who We Are
The U.S.-Asia Law Institute (USALI) is a research center at New York University School of Law. The Institute is one of America’s preeminent research centers for the study of law in Mainland China and Taiwan. We also maintain research portfolios on Japan, Korea, and Viet Nam. We research areas as diverse as criminal law reform, public interest lawyering and anti-discrimination.
Who you are
USALI is seeking several interns from NYU Law School and other law schools for this summer to join our vibrant
community and support the legal research of the Institute. Key selection criteria include:
– Excellent research and writing ability
– Demonstrated capacity to contribute to team projects and work independently
– Genuine interest in the legal, social, and political challenges Asia.
USALI welcomes candidates with language ability in any of Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese, or Korean to apply.
Note for NYU Law Interns Seeking PILC Funding
NYU’s USALI is an eligible not-for-profit under the PILC internship funding program. For current 1L and 2L students at
NYU School of Law, funding is available from NYU’s PILC office for students wishing to commit to an internship of 8-
10 weeks in duration, with at least 35 hours per week. USALI will happily provide any necessary supporting documentation
to successful applicants.
Learn more about the program and how to apply here.