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Description2014 Legal Division 2L Summer Internship Program Our 2L summer internship program is designed to be both instructive and challenging. While we cannot duplicate for our interns the full experience they would get as new attorneys for PG, we work hard to make sure our interns receive exposure to real-life legal issues and experiences. We do this by having one attorney take responsibility for coordinating each intern's work. For patent interns, we provide a variety of projects relevant to the practice area, e.g., patent preparation / prosecution items, patentability assessments, etc. For others, the coordinator arranges for the interns to work on projects from a variety of practice groups, as well as to be involved in a number of different types of hands-on experiences - such as meetings with clients, attending depositions or trials, etc. Regardless of the type of role, we are able to ensure each intern receives a number of opportunities to make for an interesting experience.
PG lawyers have excellent law school records from a variety of top national and regional law schools. Most have law review or moot court experience, and a number were judicial clerks. To be a successful PG lawyer, a person must have excellent written and verbal communication skills, and outstanding problem-solving skills. PG also looks for well-rounded men and women, with leadership skills, vision and energy. This program is open only to law students who will have completed their 2L year prior to the summer.
At PG, Intern/Co-Op sessions are considered temporary employment, with a predicted ending point. No full-time employment commitments are made; however, depending on satisfactory completion of certain criteria, candidates may be considered for full-time positions upon graduation.
Procter Gamble participates in e-verify as required by law.
Procter Gamble is an Equal Opportunity Employer. No immigration sponsorship is available for this position. Procter Gamble does not sponsor candidates for permanent residency except in some areas that in Procter Gamble's sole discretion require highly specialized backgrounds.