Asi Ogc Law Intern

internship - part time, unpaid

AARP
Washington, DC
Closed
Posted 44 Days ago
AARP
Washington, DC
internship - part time, unpaid
Posted 44 Days ago
Closed

Description

Job Title: ASI OGC Law Intern Job ID: 12460305 Job Function: Intern Full/Part Time: Part-Time Regular/Temporary: Regular Job Category: Legal Location: Washington, DC US Business Unit: AARP Services City: Washington Business Unit Description AARP Services (ASI), a wholly-owned for-profit subsidiary of AARP, seeks a law student for a paid internship for approximately 40 hours per week. Summary The intern will work under the guidance of the attorneys and support staff of the ASI Office of General Counsel (OGC) on a variety of special projects primarily related to ASIs legal contracts with the third-party entities that provide benefits to AARP members. This position does not require the intern to have pursued a specific area of study in law school. The OGC has a broad range of responsibilities and will tailor the specific tasks assigned based on the needs of the office and the interests of the intern. Responsibilities Generally, although detailed direction and oversight will be provided, the intern will work independently on some projects. In other instances, the intern will work more closely with the OGC staff on specific contractual relationships. The ability of the student to work well within a group setting would be helpful. Also, the incumbent in this position may be required, based on the business needs, to perform other duties and special assignments not specifically stated. Requirements The law student should be, at least, in their second year of law school. In addition, the most important skills for the position would be attention to detail and good written communication skills, research and basic computer skills (e.g., Microsoft Word and Excel). Benefits Offered Equal Employment Opportunity

Skills

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