The Legal/Security Intern will provide services to the Company, within the Legal and Security Departments, including researching legal and security (e.g., data privacy and data security) laws and regulations, investigating facts, preparing legal documents and policies/procedures, and filing legal and security documents.
Researches forthcoming and current laws and regulations regarding relevant subject matter as directed (e.g., data privacy, data security, etc.).
Files legal agreements and other legal documents, including auditing, recording, and tracking such agreements and documents electronically.
Inventories, audits, and archives legal agreements, legal documents, and security documents on an annual basis or otherwise as assigned.
Organizes mail and processes department invoices.
Handles routine correspondence for Legal and Security Department business.
Establishes and maintains a fully-indexed and cross-referenced bank of briefs, memoranda, and other research documents previously produced by the Company.
Takes notes at meetings as requested and reduces notes to the appropriate file.
Prepares graphic aids, PowerPoint presentations, tables, slides, and other audio/visual devices for the Legal and Security Departments.
Provides assistance to the Legal and Security Departments relating to responses to issues or preparation and review of documents.
Performs related work as required.
Maintains safety, security, and privacy standards throughout all areas of responsibility.
Proficient in Microsoft Office products, including but not limited to: Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, and Visio.
Proficient in legal research software (e.g., LexisNexis, Westlaw, etc.).
The ability to communicate information and ideas both verbally and in writing so others will understand.
Excellent critical problem-solving and writing skills.
Proactive, detail-oriented professional.
Ability to establish priorities, work in independent and team situations, and proceed with/complete objectives as needed.
Ability to work with all levels within the organization.
Ability to thrive in dynamic, fast-paced software development environment.
Other Essential Requirements
Graduation from or enrollment in an accredited four-year university. Completion of first year of law school with interest in privacy/data security preferred.
One (1) or more years of professional related experience or any equivalent combination of education, experience, and training that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.