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Internship Opportunity: The Mintz Levin Project Analyst Program

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This is a paid employment opportunity from outside the Rockefeller Center.

Position Type: Employment-paid

Location: Offices are located in Boston, New York, and Washington, D.C.

Sector: Law

Wage or benefits: See organization website for more details

Time Commitment: 2 Year Tenure

Desired Class Year: recent college graduates

Desired Major or Interest: Interest in entering the legal field

Application Deadline: Rolling

Organization website: www.mintz.com

Brief Description of the organization:

Mintz Levin’s Project Analyst Program is an unparalleled opportunity for recent college graduates to gain experience within the legal and business environments of one of the country’s top law firms. There are currently 13 Project Analysts staffed in Mintz Levin’s Boston, New York, and Washington, D.C. offices. One of the unique aspects of the Program is the opportunity for Project Analysts to experience various practice areas within the Firm.

The Boston Program allows Project Analysts to rotate every eight months into various sections, including: Business and Corporate Finance; Employment, Labor and Benefits; Healthcare; Immigration; Litigation; Intellectual Property; and Pro Bono; as well as Mintz Levin’s consulting affiliate, ML Strategies. Project Analysts in the New York office primarily work in the areas of Business and Corporate Finance and Litigation. In Washington, D.C., Project Analysts work extensively in the Federal practice area and ML Strategies, and are also exposed to work in the practice areas of Antitrust, Healthcare and Litigation.

Brief Description of the Intern’s role or key qualifications:

Responsibilities as a Project Analyst can range from financial analysis and trial preparation to client interviews and the organization of legal presentations. Analysts also coordinate and staff many of the firm’s pro bono and community service activities.

How to apply:

http://www.mintz.com/careers/5/Project_Analysts.

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