Law Intern Paid

internship - full time, paid

Rye Electric
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA
Closed
Posted 29 Days ago
Rye Electric
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA
internship - full time, paid
Posted 29 Days ago

Description

Law Intern (Paid) Rye Electric, Inc - Rancho Santa Margarita, CA Full-timeEstimated: $27,000 - $36,000 a year Save Skills * Construction Experience Benefits * Retirement Plan * Dental Insurance * Paid Time Off * Health Insurance * Commuter Assistance Description Rye Electric is currently seeking an intern possessing or in the process of obtaining their JD to develop as an electrical construction project manager. The internship is a paid position that will hopefully transition to a project engineering role. This is a great opportunity for you to use your legal knowledge in practical, dynamic, and non-traditional ways. You will not have billable hours or settlements numbers to hit, but you will be using the skills you've developed in law school to facilitate the success of large scale construction projects. The position is also suited to someone with an interest in technology, including predictive labor analytics, autonomous robotic systems, and high-tech manufacturing. Qualifications * Position is open to rising 2Ls, 2Ls, rising 3Ls, 3Ls, and JDs * Completed course work in Contracts, Property, Civil Procedure * Completed course work in Business Associations, Mediation, Taxation, and Intellectual Property preferred Construction experience is a plus, but not required. All that we require is a desire to learn and a desire to rise through the industry. We will teach you what you need to know about electrical construction at a pace that works for you. Job Type: Full-time Experience: * Construction: 1 year (Preferred) Work Location: * One location * Multiple locations Benefits offered: * Paid time off * Health insurance * Dental insurance * Retirement benefits or accounts * Commuting/travel assistance * Flexible schedules Save

Skills

mediation, intellectual property, legal, civil procedure, teaching, training, contract management, law, structured settlements, lexisnexis, lexis, immigration law, international law, legal research, legal writing

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