The Legal Intern will provide support to the Legal Department. The Legal Intern is also responsible for assisting in general legal functions including legal and regulatory compliance monitoring and data compilation.
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EA is seeking a summer intern (non-attorney) to join the North American Legal Group, which is charged with assisting in the timely and thorough review, negotiation and drafting of a wide range of contracts supporting EA’s videogame development studios and other internal groups.
Enbridge Energy Company, Inc, a leader in crude and natural gas transportation, gathering, and processing is currently seeking a Summer Intern for our Legal department in the Houston, TX office.
As our adidas Group Legal Intern you will work primarily with Intellectual Property attorneys (attorney for global patents and attorney for global trademarks) with additional support of commercial attorneys. This is a Non-paid internship for course credit and will be for approximately 20 hours per a week.
Interacts with and conducts various duties and responsibilities for one or more functional teams in order to develop new skills and learn new areas of the business. Interns gain practical experience, relevant to their field of study, prior to college graduation.
Sonus products include session border controllers, policy/routing servers, subscriber feature servers and media and signaling gateways. Sonus products are supported by a global services team with experience in design, deployment and maintenance of some of the worlds largest and most complex IP networks.
This position requires motivated, energetic, and bright law students to work in its in-house legal department as a summer intern. Assignments may cover a broad range of subject matters, including: contract negotiation, licensing, employment law, intellectual property, compliance, and other general legal department tasks.
As a Legal Intern at Elemental, you’ll work within our Legal & Operations department. You’ll have a broad range of responsibilities, which may include researching legal issues impacting business strategy, drafting domestic and international transactional documents, attending client meetings, and collaborating with internal teams on cross-group projects.
To be eligible for this position, the candidate must be enrolled in an accredited law school on a full-time basis for the Fall 2014 semester. Position is to begin on or about June 2, 2014 and ends on or about August 20, 2014. The intern is expected to work 30 hours per week. Position does not provide benefits or pension.
The Summer Intern position in the Law department will involve assisting attorneys in the Law Department with Legal research and preparation of various litigation and non-litigation documents.
The summer law clerk will work in Sysco’s legal department, assisting Sysco’s attorneys in daily work and projects. The summer law clerk will gain exposure to all areas within an in-house legal department, including transactions, mergers and acquisitions, employment, litigation, executive benefits and compensation, and securities.
APS’s summer law clerk position provides an opportunity for a J.D. candidate to gain exposure to energy and utility law, as well as a full range of more general corporate matters, from the perspective of in-house counsel.