LAW OFFICE VOLUNTEER INTERNSHIPS - EDISON, N.J. Fall

internship - part time, unpaid

Kenneth Vercammen Esq.
Edison, NJ
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Posted 47 Days ago
Kenneth Vercammen Esq.
Edison, NJ
internship - part time, unpaid
Posted 47 Days ago

Description

Volunteer students will have the opportunity to work in a busy law office and work with real clients. Students interested in a career in law can obtain knowledge and experience in law office procedures, preparing legal correspondence, and assisting clients.

 

Work on Criminal, Municipal Court and DWI cases:

1.Contact Municipal Prosecutors to obtain discovery and police reports

2.Contacts with Court and County Prosecutor’s Office

3.Prepare hearing notice to clients

4.Speak with clients and witnesses prior to hearings

5. Prepare end of case letters to client

6.Attend hearings and motions

Added recent Criminal and Civil cases to our Blog

Add new court rules and statute to the Criminal statute blog  

WILLS & PROBATE PRACTICE

1.   Act as formal witness to Wills, Power of Attorney and other legal documents

2.   Work on Motions to remove executors and compel accounting

3.   Publicize Will seminars and attend programs free of charge

Work on Community Relations and marketing projects including submitting articles to legal websites and search engines and Blogs

 

Fall & Spring interns must work between 10-21 hours per week between Monday and Friday, time and days to be selected by the student. Participants must stick to days and hours selected and make up missed days. The legal interns must work a minimum of 12 weeks.  Longer hours or weeks permitted. [Summer internship is minimum 18 hours per week, 12 weeks- college graduates and Law students only]  Interested students must mail or fax a cover letter and resume.

Skills

blogging, marketing, sql, accounting, hearings, legal documentation, motions, reporting, career development, community relations, articles, political science, politics, political communication, international relations

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