November 29, 2010

Legal research assistant job in D.C.

Legal Research Assistant position in Arlington, VA

Responsibilities and Requirements: Unpaid for Law School Students and Recent Law School Graduates The company has several ongoing, unpaid semester positions for legal research interns to work on informational products. About the Position. Legal research assistants work on informational products dealing with film, television, music and internet law. Candidates should have completed at least one year of law school and have a demonstrated interest in entertainment law. Law journal, journalism, or other editing experience is highly desirable. Benefits include (i) training sessions in areas of substantive entertainment law with practicing entertainment attorneys and (ii) credit on publications and informational products released through Sashay Communications. Schedule. You should be able to make a commitment of at least 10 weeks for a minimum of ten hours per week. You can complete many of the assignments according to your own schedule and at your own site, however you must have some availability during business hours to attend weekly meetings in Northern Virginia.

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