Who are TCLA Partners?
We work with a small group of companies that care about up-skilling and supporting the legal community. If you’re an aspiring lawyer, you can find the most relevant opportunities for you below.
Summer Internship: American Express In-House Legal Team 2022
This Summer Internship will give you the opportunity to experience first-hand the workings of an in-house legal team. The position of Summer Intern at American Express enables you to enhance your practical experience while giving you the opportunity to directly support our team of lawyers, gaining exposure to a wide variety of matters from product to regulatory to commercial.
What might the role involve?
Successful candidates will be directly supporting the company’s team of lawyers, tasks will vary and may include legal research, document review, data analysis, contracts and knowledge management, and identifying regulatory developments.
What skills and attributes are we looking for in applicants?
- Law student in the second year (minimum) of a qualifying law degree, or undertaking further legal studies (e.g., LLM, GDL, LPC, CPE)
- Must have completed Contract Law module(s)
- Must not hold a Training Contract offer
- Strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills
- Accuracy and strong attention to detail
- Strong organisation and time management skills
- Self-starter, proactive, with a willingness to learn
- Fluent in English, with another European language an advantage
This internship will run for eight weeks, from 4 July 2022 to 26 August 2022. Interns will be paid £75 per day.
Please note, this internship is targeted at applicants from low income and underrepresented backgrounds. It will suit those who are looking to develop their CV and skillset this summer. It will not lead to a training contract.
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