In-House, 24hit(s) Law Clerk
The candidate under the supervision of the Chief Judge, assists the judges of the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Court System by conducting legal research and preparing draft memoranda of decision for a period of employment lasting one year. Also requires attendance at trials, hearings and pr... apply now!
In-House, 64hit(s) Fall Legal Internship
The legal interns should be willing to pitch in on a variety of cases as necessary. Legal interns do much more than research and writing. 1Ls, 2Ls, or 3Ls will be considered. Must be motivated to resist oppression and poverty; willing to commit to work 8+ hours per week to be ... apply now!
In-House, 11hit(s) Law Clerk (Intern)
Duties: Provide legal support primarily in the areas of health law, regulatory law and business and professional contracting with an emphasis on contracting and transactions. Under the general supervision of the Associate General Counsel and procedural control by the General Coun... apply now!
In-House, Min 3 yrs required Law Clerk II/Attorney
Duties: Support of the United States Attorneys Office. Work under the direction of an Assistant United States Attorney (AUSA). Conducts on-site taint and discovery reviews for large, criminal cases prosecuted by the U.S. Attorney's Office, Central District of California (USA... apply now!
In-House, 40hit(s) Summer Legal Internship
The legal interns should be willing to pitch in on a variety of cases as necessary. Legal interns do much more than research and writing. 1Ls, 2Ls, or 3Ls will be considered. Must be motivated to resist oppression and poverty; willing to commit to work 8+ hours per week to b... apply now!
In-House, 1hit(s) Law Clerk Intern for Licensing
Duties: Focus practice on achieving and maintaining professional licensing and are looking to expand into business compliance consulting. Responsible for researching, compiling, and organizing legal documents, for current cases and lawyers. Prepares affidavits of docu... apply now!
In-House, Job Description
Interns will gain exposure to multiple areas of financial services. Should be working towards a higher degree with superior academic achievement. interest in global financial services is a must. Well developed judgment and business sense; Demonstrated team, communication and interpe... apply now!
In-House, 66hit(s) Legal Intern
The candidate will be responsible for review, compilation, analysis, comparison and interpretation of customer license agreements. Will handle other duties as assigned by the Director of Legal Affairs. 1L, 2L, 3L, 1E, 2E, 3Es, 4E, and LL.M. students will be considered. Must be able to ... apply now!
The banker Walter Wristen once said that good judgment comes from experience and that experience comes from bad judgment. Unfortunately, most first-year law students have little experience searching for a job, so their judgment is extremely limited. Surviving three years of law school leaves little time to learn the tricks of the trade necessary to become successful in today's competitive legal job market. First-year students lean into the job hunt head against the wind with the huge handicap of inexperience. Three years later graduation rolls around, and only then, if ever, does the average law student know how to secure a position in a law firm. Many law students believe that because they were successful undergraduates, securing summer associate and post-law school employment will be a piece of cake. And the most common mistake students make during the job search is relying too much on their placement director or career services office to get a job. But there are steps you can take to avoid this naiveté as your law firm job search gets under way. It will be much easier for you if you map out your search from the beginning.
The second-year summer internship is probably the most vital stage of the law firm recruiting process. It is extremely difficult to secure an associate position in a major law firm without first being a summer associate. And your chances of getting that job are even better if you are a second-year summer associate. According to the National Association for Law Placement's research on recent fall recruiting seasons, law firms continue to rely on their summer programs as a primary source for new hires. During the fall nearly a decade ago, 83 percent of the second-year summer associates received job offers. This statistic is in sharp contrast to the one-third of third-year students who received job offers during the same fall interview period. These facts reinforce that getting a job that second-year summer is much easier than trying to get an offer once you become a third-year student.