As law school summer break begins, we are looking for one or two law students to join the team here at Lawyerist as (low-paid) interns. (“Contributing Editors” for you resume-oriented folks.)
Please pass this along to any law students you know who might be interested in this opportunity.
We want law students to help out at Lawyerist on a few specific projects. We will match interns with projects that interest them and fit with their skills. Projects may include things like blog post editing, research, online marketing tasks, and writing.
We expect interns to work 10-20 hours per week for the summer.
Interns can work remotely from wherever you live—or if you are in the Twin Cities, we would be happy to have you work in our offices.
Interns will receive a modest stipend for the summer ($1,000-$1,500).
How to apply:
Email us your resume and a writing sample relevant to the kind of writing on Lawyerist (please, NOT your 1L legal writing memo) by May 1, 2010.
We are particularly interested in interns (“Contributing Editors”) with strong editing skills, online marketing, or blog writing experience.