Mariscal & Abogados runs agreements with different universities from U.K., U.S.A, France, Germany or Spain and offers internships to students in the fields of law, journalism and translation. If you are an university interested in advertising our offer or a student looking for an internship in Madrid, Spain, do not hesitate to contact Laura Bernat at

Anna Árkovits | Mariscal & Abogados

Anna Árkovits, September – December 2017

Doing my internship at Mariscal & Abogados in Madrid was the best choice I could have made. Sincerely, I had a great time in the past three months, because I learnt so much, I had many kinds of tasks to do, and everybody at the firm was so open and friendly with me. If I had […]

Benedetta Cerantola | Mariscal & Abogados

Benedetta Cerantola, February – June 2017

I was an intern at Mariscal & Abogados for three months, between the end of February and early in June. I very much enjoyed my time there. The Lawyers were very nice and willing to explain everything and help you, They really try their best to make you learn more. I was doing lots of […]

Gintare Gailiute | Mariscal & Abogados

Gintare Gailiute, October 2016 – April 2017

Before coming to Madrid and joining Mariscal & Abogados team I expected that half year of internship would pass forever, not even, the time at this international law firm has passed so fast that I did not even realise it! I carried out my international practical experience in Mariscal & Abogados as part of post-graduate […]

Maja Kapiczowska | Mariscal & Abogados

Maja Kapiczowska, October 2016 – February 2017

I took part in a post-graduate internship at Mariscal & Abogados within the frames of Erasmus+ programme. It enabled me not only to learn about the Spanish legal system, its procedures and rules seen from the practical point of view, but also to familiarize with organization and work culture of an international law firm. During […]

Guide to Law Studies in Germany

“Law is easy” is what student magazine “ZEIT Campus” entitles its interview with Thomas Fischer, the presiding judge of the Federal Court of Justice. The article quotes the judge as saying: “Law studies aren’t really difficult. It appears to me that it’s easier than physics, linguistics or electrical engineering”[1]. Whether or not studying law is […]

Jodie Fothergill | Mariscal & Abogados

Jodie Fothergill, September – December 2016

I took part in the Mariscal & Abogados internship programme from September to December 2016, as part of my year abroad at University College London, where I am in my third year of studying the BA Language and Culture. Translation has been a discipline of special interest to me throughout my studies which is why […]

Isla Markham | Mariscal & Abogados

Isla Markham, September – December 2016

I was an intern with Mariscal & Abogados from September 2016 to December 2016 of my year abroad as part of my Modern Languages degree. I was interested in pursuing an internship with the firm as a way of developing my Spanish language ability in a formal and professional environment, and with the interest of […]

Jan Petr | Mariscal & Abogados

Jan Petr, June – September 2016

All lawyers and partners were always happy to answer my technical questions and helped me a lot during the accomplishment of all my tasks. All lawyers and partners were always happy to answer my technical questions and helped me a lot during the accomplishment of all my tasks. Furthermore, I get acquainted with the day-to-day running of the Spanish legal institutions.

Victoria Lewis | Mariscal & Abogados

Victoria Lewis, June – August 2016

Overall, my time at Mariscal & Abogados has been enriching, allowing me to develop my oral and written communication in both English and Spanish, teamwork skills, legal research and ability to adapt to unknown situations.

Jade Edment | Mariscal & Abogados

Jade Edment, January – June 2016

I was an intern at Mariscal & Abogados from January to June 2016. I chose to intern at Mariscal & Abogados as part of my Year Abroad from UCL where I currently study Spanish with Management. I ultimately wanted to further improve my language skills and also explore the possibility of studying law after my […]