Recent U.S. Graduates
The candidates must be third year students with outstanding academic qualifications in an accredited United States Law School seeking employment as first year associates. read more
The candidate will have the opportunity to attend court and depositions, client meetings and closings, and fully participate in the daily life of the firm. Each practice area has at least one mentor (typically a senior associate) who is responsible for monitoring assignments and assisting with integration into the practice area. Also work directly with members of the firm on a wide variety of projects, from conducting legal research to drafting transactional do...
The candidate should have a good command of at least the German and/or French language, both written and spoken. Should have adequate experience in U.S. Laws. Candidates preferably have a basic understanding of German and/or French Laws.
The candidate will be able to provide the highest level of legal service to clients and who share commitment to the ethics and hard-work that is the hallmark of a true legal professional.
Senior Law Clerk
Clerk will: Provide research support for specific projects and programs. Meet clients to ascertain & define need or problem area & determine the scope of investigation required to obtain the solution. Research and analyze law sources such as statutes, recorded judicial decisions, legal articles, and legal codes to prepare legal documents. Conduct legal research and draft legal documents. Search for and study legal documents to investigate facts and law of ...
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The candidate will be responsible for: Observation of court proceedings, interview and conferences. Digest case records. Conduct legal research and draft legal memorandum of law. Draft legal documents (i.e. notice of entry, orders to produce, memorandums of law). Draft client correspondence. Draft communications. Second seat attorney during trial (note taking, gathering and distributing exhibits). Obtain and copy court files. A variety of administrative tasks ...
The intern will be trained in all aspects of immigration law and legal writing. The intern will be responsible for assisting/writing attorney cover letters, letters of recommendation, and contracts. The intern will also be trained in filling out immigration forms. The intern will also be responsible for legal research and general research. The intern must possess the following qualities:Strong writing and proofreading skills;Creative Thinking Skills;
Legal intern work for intellectual property and anti-counterfeiting law firm. Must have interest in intellectual property registration, brand protection, and litigation. Internship will heavily involve sending cease and desist letters for infringement and legal research for ongoing litigations. 2Ls can apply.
The candidate should have the energy and motivation to take on real legal tasks and interact with clients. Focus on Criminal Defense, Divorce Law, Personal Injury and some Business Law. Must be fluent in Spanish or Chinese.
The candidate must be Law school, JD/LLM students can be candidates. Excellent grades and good legal knowledge basis is required. Strong communication skills with strong organizational skills is required. Ability to complete complex tasks within set deadlines is required. read more
The candidate will research laws, court decisions, documents, opinions, briefs, or other information related to various types of cases and prepare briefs, legal memoranda, or statements of issues involved in cases, including appropriate suggestions or recommendations. Will confer with lawyers concerning legal questions and construction of documents. Review judicial opinions, decisions, citations, complaints, petitions, motions and pleadings to determine issues in... read more
Interns will be assisting attorneys with legal research, motions, advice memos, discovery, trial, or office matters. Researching, gathering documents, answering interrogatories, or taking notes during a witness deposition. Assisting attorneys at trial or a hearing read more