University of Law is forcing my to drop my internship

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Hey everyone - hoping someone here has had similar experience or advice for how to handle this. I managed to get an internship with a reputable firm in the Paris office. Standard policy for students interning in France says that the intern, the firm and the university sign a Convention de Stage which outlines the purpose of the internship, the hours the student will work and the pay they will receive. The University of Law is refusing to sign that document on the basis that they've never come across it before and I won't be a
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can you actually finish the post lol
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