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3M is seeking a Legal Intern for the Legal Affairs Group located in Maplewood, MN for summer 2018. Here, you go!
As an intern you can grow through challenging work, get involved in meaningful projects and receive great coaching from our leaders.
An internship is a temporary position within 3M. Interns typically work a full-time schedule throughout a 10-12 week assignment. This position is limited to working 899 hours per service credit year. 3M provides eligible interns with temporary housing and round-trip travel reimbursement in accordance with current policy.
About Legal Affairs:
A Legal Intern will have the opportunity to work in 3M’s corporate law department, which includes a wide variety of legal disciplines and functions. The intern may get a chance to work in any number of areas on substantive legal research and analysis. Some examples include: General Corporate Law, Employment Law, Environmental Law, Health Care, Consumer Law, Anti-Trust, Litigation, Compliance, Benefits, Privacy, Sourcing and others. Specific assignments will be made after the candidate has accepted the position.
As a legal intern, your primary responsibilities will include but are not limited to the following:
Location: Maplewood, Minnesota
Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. It is in a candidate’s best interest to apply early.
Must be legally authorized to work in country of employment without sponsorship for employment visa status (e.g., H1B status)
Responsibilities of this position may include direct and/or indirect physical or logical access to information, systems, technologies subjected to the regulations/compliance with U.S. Export Control Laws.
U.S. Export Control laws and U.S. Government Department of Defense contracts and sub-contracts impose certain restrictions on companies and their ability to share export-controlled and other technology and services with certain "non-U.S. persons" (persons who are not U.S. citizens or nationals, lawful permanent residents of the U.S., refugees, "Temporary Residents" (granted Amnesty or Special Agricultural Worker provisions), or persons granted asylum (but excluding persons in nonimmigrant status such as H-1B, L-1, F-1, etc.) or non-U.S. citizens.
To comply with these laws, and in conjunction with the review of candidates for those positions within 3M that may present access to export controlled technical data, 3M must assess employees' U.S. person status, as well as citizenship(s).
The questions asked in this application are intended to assess this and will be used for evaluation purposes only. Failure to provide the necessary information in this regard will result in our inability to consider you further for this particular position. The decision whether or not to file or pursue an export license application is at 3M Company's sole election.
Please note: your application may not be considered if you do not provide your education and work history, either by: 1) uploading a resume, or 2) entering the information into the application fields directly.
Please access the linked document by clicking here, select the country where you are applying for employment, and review. Before submitting your application you will be asked to confirm your agreement with the terms.
Law Clerk - House Research Department (Temporary Position)
The Research Department of the Minnesota House of Representatives is hiring two law clerks to provide legal research assistance for Legislative Analysts on any of the issues that may arise in the state legislative process.
House Research is a nonpartisan office that provides research and legal services to the entire Minnesota House of Representatives. For more information about House Research, see http://www.house.leg.state.mn.us/hrd/about.aspx
In general, the person hired must have successfully completed at least one year of law school and have excellent research and writing skills. A first-year law student that has successfully completed the first semester who also has other useful skills or knowledge may be considered. The pay range is $19.38 to $25.88 per hour, depending on qualifications and educational level. The job is temporary, part-time, estimated 10-20 hours/week, depending on need. Start date is flexible.
Submit your current law school transcript, resume, and cover letter demonstrating skills and interest in this position to:
EMAIL: HRDjobs@house.mn Email subject line must say: law clerk application FAX: 651-296-9887 USMAIL: House Research Department Attn: Law Clerk Applications 600 State Office Building St. Paul MN 55155 Priority will be given to applications received by December 28, 2017, but will be accepted until the position is filled. Please do not send duplicate applications. All applicants will be notified when hiring is completed. References and writing samples required at time of interview.
The mission of the Minnesota Coalition Against Sexual Assault (MNCASA) provides leadership and resources for sexual assault programs and allies to prevent sexual violence while promoting a comprehensive, socially just response for all victims/survivors. MNCASA is a voice for 70 sexual assault victim advocacy programs statewide and also engages in policy change that promotes prevention, public safety and public health. The Sexual Violence Justice Institute at MNCASA promotes a multidisciplinary, victim-centered and trauma-informed approach to improving the system response.
MNCASA seeks to sponsor a candidate for an Equal Justice Works Fellowship to begin in Fall 2018. MNCASA is looking for applicants with an interest in legal issues affecting victim/survivors of sexual assault, including campus sexual assault.
The fellow will have the opportunity to develop a technical assistance program on campus sexual assault legal issues at MNCASA and explore opportunities for expanding legal resources to victim/survivors of sexual assault. Once selected, the fellow will work closely with MNCASA staff to fully develop the project proposal to Equal Justice Works, which is due September 27, 2017.
Required: JD anticipated by May 2018, recent law graduate, and/or experienced attorney looking to make a career change to public interest work.
Preferred: Experience working with victims of violence, specifically (but not limited to) sexual assault. Former employment or internships in this area is a plus.
Interested applicants should send a cover letter, resume, writing sample, a list of three references, and a 1-2 page preliminary project proposal related to MNCASA’s interest areas described above. No telephone calls please.
The deadline for submitting the above information is September 15, 2017. Because of the tight turnaround before the Equal Justice Works application deadline, applicants will be contacted quickly for an interview and will be expected to draft their application for timely submission on September 27, 2017. MNCASA will assist with the application process.
Job Type: Full-time
Conners Law PLC is a Minneapolis based law firm specializing in employment, business, and commercial litigation. We are currently looking to add a part-time law clerk to the team. The ideal candidate will have an interest in litigation and be willing to get involved in all aspects of the practice including various legal functions and office operations. This is great opportunity to gain hands-on experience at a boutique firm.
Interested applicants should e-mail a résumé, writing sample, and transcript to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The law clerk will work under the direct supervision of the firm’s managing attorney. Duties include but are not limited to: