Available Positions 

Legal Intern
Aids Healthcare Foundation
Los Angeles, CA
Desired Class: 1L, 2L, 3L
Salary: Compensated - Undisclosed
Deadline: Rolling until Filled 
The full-time legal intern will support the attorneys and paralegals in ongoing litigation and legal issues, which can include drafting correspondence, legal research, drafting briefs, conducting client interviews and intake, reviewing medical records for litigation, drafting discovery, reviewing documents, reviewing contracts and engaging in administrative tasks. The intern will support AHF’s in-house Legal Department in all areas, including litigation, advocacy, employment, compliance, global, etc. They will be involved in a wide range of legal issues, including personal tort injury and consumer class action lawsuits against a large pharmaceutical company, government grant funding disputes, affordable housing advocacy, employment disputes, patent litigation, contract law, and healthcare regulations.  The legal intern will work within a team environment to meet and manage deadlines for court cases and legal disputes. Researching topics as needed and writing memos/analyses regarding research, researching cases and court rules, proofreading and editing documents, including creation of table of authorities and table of contents
Internship, Congress and U.S. Foreign Policy, Summer 2020
Council on Foreign Relations
Washington D.C.
Desired Class: 1L, 2L
Salary: "Paid Competitively"
Deadline: Rolling until Filled; Starts in June
The Washington External Affairs team is comprised of the Congress and U.S. Foreign Policy program and CFR's diplomatic and executive branch initiatives. The Congress program engages members of Congress and their staffs on both sides of the aisle with a weekly roundtable policy discussion series, monthly briefings for Senate chiefs of staff, breakfast meetings for members of Congress, and other on-demand briefings. The program is responsible for distribution of CFR publications and other relevant materials to Capitol Hill.
Law Clerk Summer Program
Liberty Mutual Insurance
Boston, MA
Desired Class: 2Ls
Salary: Compensated - Undisclosed
Deadline: Rolling until Filled

If you’re a motivated law student searching for the unique opportunity to work with industry specialists on day-to-day matters and challenging projects, the Summer Law Clerk Program may be for you. As a Summer Law Clerk, you’ll work with a mentor to examine and understand the intersection of law and business at Liberty Mutual as well as network with senior leaders. A few of your responsibilities may include performing legal research, drafting memos, summarizing legal findings, and advising and counseling business clients. You’ll also have the opportunity to participate in our award-winning pro-bono program. We are looking for ambitious applicants who are between the second and third years of law school. Positions are paid, full-time (37.5 hours per week), and are based at our home office in Boston, MA. 

2020 PROPEL Graduate Recruitment Program
King & Wood Mallesons International
Hong Kong, China
Desired Class: LLM, 3L
Salary: Undisclosed
Deadline: April 19, 2020 China Standard Time
In King & Wood Mallesons International Center’s award-winning 2-year Propel training program, you will gain exposure over two legal jurisdictions and work on cross-border matters, rotating through different practice groups in our Hong Kong and South China offices. During the 2-year program, in Year 1, you will complete 2 six-month rotations in Hong Kong and in Year 2, you will spend one year in either Guangzhou or Shenzhen office.  You will become a PRC qualified lawyer after completing the PROPEL program.
EJS 2020 JUDGE CONSTANCE BAKER MOTLEY CIVIL RIGHTS FELLOWSHIP
New York Legal Assistance Group
Oakland, CA
Desired Class: 3L
Salary: $60,000-69,000
Deadline: April 30, 2020
Under the supervision of the Legal Director, the fellow will play a significant role in EJS’s ongoing litigation, legislative, and policy advocacy. They will also support the organization’s coalition building projects, programs and events, and work with the development team on funding proposals and reports and meetings with funders. Duties include writing legal memos and briefs; engaging with co-counsel, clients and community members; policy research; drafting bill language; and other legislative work, among other duties.
Legal Intern
CBRE
Los Angeles, CA
Desired Class: 1L, 2L, 3L
Salary: Not mentioned
Deadline: Not mentioned
Under the supervision of the Legal Director, the fellow will play a significant role in EJS’s ongoing litigation, legislative, and policy advocacy. They will also support the organization’s coalition building projects, programs and events, and work with the development team on funding proposals and reports and meetings with funders. Duties include writing legal memos and briefs; engaging with co-counsel, clients and community members; policy research; drafting bill language; and other legislative work, among other duties.
National Security Legal Intern
Human Rights First
Washington D.C.
Desired Class: 1L, 2L, 3L
Salary: Unpaid
Deadline: Not Mentioned
The role of the Legal Intern will be to support the work of Human Rights First on cutting-edge issues at the intersection of national security and human rights and on other human rights issues as needed. The Legal Intern will provide support for Human Rights First’s work on topics ranging from lethal strikes, war powers, the law of armed conflict, climate change, and others. 
Legal Intern
Ralph Lauren
Bologna, IT
Desired Class: 1L, 2L, 3L
Salary: Not Mentioned
Deadline: Not Mentioned

Ralph Lauren is currently seeking a Legal Intern who will be part of the Legal team – IP & Brand Protection Division in our office in Bologna. Interns will have the possibility to acquire legal skills in the specific industry of the Company, experiencing a high level of professional and personal development in a fast-paced environment, while continuously upgrading skills on legal matters related to the IP & Brand Protection.

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