Quarles & Brady LLP

Pro Bono Intern

Pro Bono Intern
This position offers an excellent opportunity for a law student to gain practical experience in the legal field while making a meaningful impact on the lives of individuals in need.

At a glance

Organisation:

Quarles & Brady LLP

Type:

Internship, temporary

Location:

various locations, US

Job posted:

30 April 2024


We are seeking a temporary Pro Bono Intern who will provide administrative and project management support to the Quarles pro bono team. 

Key Responsibilities

  • Assist with various data entry tasks as needed, including data entry in pro bono client and volunteer databases.
  • Communicate with attorney teams to obtain pro bono matter status updates.
  • Assist in tracking and closing out matters that have been completed.
  • Prepare and maintain various MS Office documents for the pro bono team.
  • Track pro bono requests firmwide and maintain a database of requests.
  • Assist with pro bono event planning and logistics.
  • Work with a variety of Quarles attorneys in support of their pro bono matters.
  • Perform other tasks and duties as assigned or required.

The Successful Candidate

  • You are currently enrolled as a first, second, or third year law student.
  • You have experience working with the indigent and/or individuals from underserved communities (preferred).
  • You have recently completed a professional responsibility course (preferred).
  • You posses strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • You are self-motivated with excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • You are highly professional with a strong client service orientation, commitment to meeting deadlines, and ability to multitask in a fast-paced and dynamic environment.
  • You demonstrate independent thinking skills with strength in problem-solving and the ability to offer constructive opinions and creative solutions.
  • You are a team player who motivates and educates other team members.
  • You commit to regular and predictable attendance as an essential function of the position.
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