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There is a wealth of legacy content (including books, textbooks, long-form journalism, law review articles, and magazine articles) available in printed, but not electronic, form. You will assist in identifying content to be converted and displayed on lawstreetmedia.com. The criteria for such content are that the work must have an enduring voice (historic or otherwise) and the rights must be available (either from the copyright holder or a publisher willing to license the content). Law Street Media also produces original works, including pro/con reports, topical blog posts, and crime statistics. You will participate in repackaging this content into e-books and e-singles to be made available on lawstreetmedia.com.
Legal knowledge, a love of books, and an interest in e-publishing are all key factors in this internship. You must be an entrepreneurial and creative go-getter in order to be successful in this internship. Internships are open to college, graduate, and law students.