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Summer Legal Intern – Medical Legal Partnership
The candidate must have excellent writing and legal reasoning skills, and should be familiar with basic aspects of poverty and public interest law. Interns must have access to a car, and will be expected to participate in client interviews, negotiations, litigation and legal research activities. In addition, students will participate in and assist attorneys on matters at the MLPP sites at Saint Francis Hospital, Connecticut...
Law Students - Academic Year
Interns will conduct legal research and drafting memos of law, pleadings and legal articles. In addition there will be opportunity to assist with discovery and other projects. Applicants should have completed at least one full semester of law school and demonstrated the ability to consistently produce superior work product.
Intern SALT Winter 2017
Responsibilities: Assist clients in tax planning for businesses, including identifying and developing tax savings opportunities (income/franchise, payroll/unemployment, sales/use) that arise from legal entity changes and in designing specific plans to help a business address its state and local tax matters. Analyze the state and local tax ramifications of various transactions, including mergers and acquisitions; or assisting clients with identifyi...
The candidate will perform tax-related tasks including tax compliance and advisory services to a variety of clients including partnerships, corporations and S-corporations, from Fortune 100 to emerging businesses. Participate in a full spectrum of assignments and receive hands-on experience in a collegial environment. Work as part of a multi-disciplinary team to develop and sustain excellent client relationships. Keep up-to-date on current tax practices. Candida...
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Law Student Volunteer, Academic Year
The interns can expect to research and write motions in pending cases; to research legal issues for indictments and investigations; to assemble exhibits for trial; to observe hearings and trials of cases on which they are working or in which they are interested. In addition, the office attempts to identify appropriate matters for the intern to handle in court under the supervision of AUSAs. Must have completed at least one-full year of ...
Legal Intern – Corporate
The candidate will have the opportunity to work directly with seasoned attorneys during the summer months and conduct research, draft briefs and motions, and observe proceedings in various courts. Must be currently attending an accredited law school. Must be entering second year of law school in the fall of 2017. Sjpi;d have business-related experience or interest. The internship is scheduled to begin on June 6, 2017 and run through August 2017 w...
The candidate must be an hourly law clerk to work in Intellectual Property/Information Technology Practice Group. Must have already completed a bachelor’s degree (engineering or physics background), have a superior academic record and excellent writing skills. Recent college graduate preferred.
Temporary Assistant Clerk I
The candidate will handle a wide variety of duties including courtroom clerk, jury, caseflow, scheduling pre-trials, calendars and other related duties as assigned in the Civil/Family Division.
Note: This is a full-time position of up to 70 hours in a two week pay period.
Legal Intern - Claim
The candidate will work directly with seasoned attorneys during the summer months and conduct research, draft briefs and motions, and observe proceedings in various courts. Must be currently attending an accredited law school. Should be entering second year of law school in the fall of 2017. Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint is desired.
Start Date: June 6, 2017