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We are seeking a rising 2L or 3L law student in an accredited J.D. program to work part-time in our in-house legal department which serves, among others, Scientific American and Nature magazines, academic publishers Palgrave Macmillan and Macmillan Education and scientific, technical and medical publisher Springer Science+Business Media. The intern will work with the department's lawyers on a variety of legal issues as they arise, primarily by performing legal research although the position may include other types of assignments (i.e. contract interpretation, factual inquiry) depending on the needs of the department.
We anticipate the intern will work an average of 15 hours a week. Hours and scheduling flexible. This is a paid internship for Spring 2020.
Please submit a recent writing sample with your online application, preferably including legal analysis (confidential information contained in writing sample may be blacked out).
Please submit your application by January 5, 2020
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