Legal Internship Opportunities at BridgehouseLaw
Location: Charlotte, North Carolina, United States (On-site)
BridgehouseLaw is seeking full-time and part-time Legal Interns.
In-person attendance at our office in Charlotte, NC is required; permission to work remotely may be granted on occasion with prior notice. In-person attendance optimizes learning by allowing for instruction and guidance from attorneys, active engagement in client matters, and networking opportunities.
Legal interns will gain exposure to international business and immigration law, among other areas. Our firm is a close-knit, international law firm with a strong history of hiring legal interns.
The ideal applicant is a 2L or a 3L with prior legal internship experience and advanced legal writing and research skills. Applicants who have taken classes in international law, business organizations, and/or immigration law should note these courses (or other potentially relevant courses) in their cover letter.
Our practice areas include: Banking & Finance, Corporate, Data Protection & Compliance, Dispute resolution: Litigation, Arbitration, Mediation, General Distribution/Commercial Agents/Franchising, German Immigration and Naturalization Law, German-Austrian Law, Information Technology (IT), Telecommunication (TC), Insurance Law, Intellectual Property, Copyright, Competition, Labor & Employment, Loan Contracts Law, Mergers & Acquisition, Middle East, National, and International Contract Law, GTC, Real Estate, Industrial Property, Renewable Energy (Project Development), Trade, Retail and Distribution, US Civil and Corporate Law, US Product Liability Law, and White Collar Crime.
Our firm has a large number of German and Italian clients, so relevant German and/or Italian language experience should also be noted in the cover letter. Other language proficiencies are also a plus.
Joining us whether as an intern, clerk, or a Referendare – BridgehouseLaw offers a work environment that is characterized by collegial interaction and extensive creative freedom. You assume responsibility early, and thus quickly learn to work independently, nationally, and internationally.
- Must be able to care for clients, be self-motivated, and be a team-player.
- Fluent in English; Fluency in German, Italian, is a plus but not required.
- Full Time (30-40 hours per week, dates negotiable)
- Part-Time (8-20 hours per week, dates negotiable)