Every year, Kistemaker Business Law Group selects a law student for its summer internship program. This program is for law students looking to gain valuable legal experience and greater insight into the practice of real estate, business, condo/HOA, and/or construction law. Along with assisting at the law firm, the summer intern(s) may participate in professional development workshops and are provided with opportunities to interact with our local legal community. In addition, students receive an attorney mentor for the duration of the internship.
PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
The following is a representative summary of the primary duties and responsibilities for the position:
- Under the supervision of the attorney, the interns will conduct legal research and prepare written analysis on a range of legal topics.
- Accompany attorneys in client consultations where the attorney may present advice.
- Assist with closure of case files and various administrative tasks.
- Provide other various as-needed support to attorneys and other members of the Legal team, and the organization.
Full or Part-Time positions are available.
Must be able to intern in person. Work is performed in a standard office environment. This is not a remote opportunity.
Start: Flexible. Generally, we would prefer someone available to begin in May.
Length: Limited to the end of August.
Must be a law student enrolled in an American Bar Association (ABA)-accredited school and have completed at least the first year of law school prior to the start of the internship. Please send a resume and writing sample if interested.
From the Ormond Beach Observer –
“Now in its 11th year, the Kistemaker Business Law Group Summer Internship program welcomes a new class of interns! The program is available to prospective law students looking to gain valuable legal experience and greater insight into the practice of real estate, business, condo/HOA, and/or construction law.
This year, the Firm again welcomes Anabella Torres, an incoming senior who is matriculating in the AICE program at Seabreeze High School.”