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Criminal Justice Internships in Dublin

Criminal justice is a combination of laws, rules, and processes to control and minimize crime, and deliver justice. Dublin is the legal capital of Ireland, with nine courts, including the High, Supreme, District, and Criminal Courts. Due to this, there are more internships in Criminal Justice in Dublin available to those who want to pursue a career in this field. These internships allow you to work alongside Irish barristers and observe court proceedings while gaining significant experience across various legislative practices.


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Responsibilities at Criminal Justice Internships in Dublin may include:

  • conducting investigations and cross-examinations
  • collecting evidence
  • making arrests
  • securing legal convictions
  • interviewing suspects and witnesses
  • testifying in court
Responsibilities at Criminal Justice Internships in Dublin may include:

Internships in Criminal Justice in Dublin

Here are a few examples of roles that our Criminal Justice Interns have taken on before:

  1. Criminal Defense Paralegal

    Criminal defense paralegals have duties similar to those of civil paralegals, such as interviewing clients, fact-checking, drafting documents, and investigating cases. However, criminal law is more complex and involves a more detailed process than civil law, therefore criminal defense paralegals are expected to have a deep understanding of criminal procedures. They must also stay updated on changes in regulations and laws in terms of defendants’ rights, evidence collection methods, and court procedures.

  2. Child Protective Services Worker

    Child protective services workers investigate reports of suspected child abuse or neglect. They also work with parents and guardians to help ensure children’s safety and well-being, and to preserve family structures wherever possible.

  3. Parole Officer

    A parole officer is responsible for supervising offenders who have been released from prison on parole. Parole officers must ensure that the parolee adheres to the conditions of their release, which may include drug testing, employment, and mandatory counseling. Parole officers also help parolees adjust to life after incarceration by assisting them in finding housing and employment.

  4. Customs and Immigration Enforcement Officer

    Customs and immigration officers work on the frontlines of national security by helping to prevent terrorists, weapons, and drugs from entering the country, while also checking travelers’ identification documents and ensuring they have valid visas. They work at airports, seaports, border crossings, and mail processing centers, allowing only authorized people and goods into the country.

The Criminal Justice Industry

A career in criminal justice can be one of the most rewarding and fulfilling jobs, especially if you’re passionate about making your country a safe and secure place for its citizens. Working in criminal justice requires you to have strong verbal and written communication skills, the ability to research efficiently, excellent computer knowledge, and the ability to collaborate with other departments or agencies. Internships in Criminal Justice in Dublin will help you gain a better understanding of the criminal justice system, and is an excellent start to a career in this industry.

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Dublin, as with any major city in the world, experiences crime on various levels, which means that there is always a demand for criminal justice professionals. All of our interns are placed with top-tier organizations where they gain direct insight into this exciting industry. Learn more about our internship program in Dublin here.

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