The American Bar Association’s (ABA) Commission on Disability Rights is pleased
to partner with Microsoft to provide a meaningful summer internship opportunity
for a highly motivated, first-year law student living with a disability.
Legal interns will work within Microsoft’s Corporate, External, and Legal Affairs department in Redmond, Washington, for 10 to 12 weeks during the summer. They will have a broad range of responsibilities from across the department, which may include researching legal issues impacting business strategy, drafting transactional documents, attending client meetings and product reviews, and collaborating with internal teams on cross-group projects. Get ready to overcome challenges, forge solutions, and provide direct counsel to the cutting edge of the world’s most dynamic industry.
In addition to competitive pay, interns will receive the following benefits:
- Pairing with an attorney who will serve as both mentor and manager, providing guidance on projects, career development, networking, and other individual needs
- Participation in the 1L LCLD Scholars Program, including paid attendance
at the 1L LCLD Scholars Summit
- Paid travel to Microsoft
- Subsidized car rental or bike purchase plan
- Health club membership (dues paid by Microsoft, but taxed as income for you)
- Shipping reimbursement
- Free bus pass
- Parties and special events
- Free training
- Software discounts
- Be first-year law students in good standing for the degree of J.D.
- Be enrolled at an ABA-accredited law school and have successfully completed the first year
- Be (or become) a member of the American Bar Association
- Be a law student living with a disability (as defined by WHO), whether that be visual, hearing, mobility, cognitive, or speech
- Have excellent analytical ability and legal drafting skills
- Have excellent oral and written communications skills
- Be able to communicate effectively across a large number of diverse internal groups, teams, and divisions
- Have a demonstrated ability to work efficiently, meet deadlines, and manage multi-dimensional projects in a fast-paced environment
- Be able to research and learn new concepts and legal issues quickly to facilitate problem solving
HOW TO APPLY
Submit your cover letter (no more than 500 words) and resume to Amy Allbright at
email@example.com. In your cover letter, please address your demonstrated commitment to diversity and your career goals and interests.
All materials must be received by 5:00 p.m. EST on March 17, 2016.
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