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Paralegal Intern

We are accepting resumes for a paralegal intern for the Fall 2023 semester. We are a dedicated firm specializing in medical malpractice, personal injury, and a variety of other interesting cases. If you are enrolled in a paralegal program at a college or university and looking for an internship, we want to hear from you!

You will learn and do actual paralegal project work but never anything that you can’t ask questions or for help. There are opportunities to draft discovery responses, simple motions, prepare/send correspondence, with light receptionist duties and intake calls of potential new clients (only if feel comfortable), meet with attorneys and clients, organize documents, scanning, assist with social media, and real life law firm tasks.

Requires working knowledge of MS Office software, how to use a copier, scanner, and fax but can train quickly if needed. Intern works under direct supervision of a seasoned paralegal with attorneys and staff on the team to consult. Casual dress (read: jeans) in a laid back but hard-working environment with free parking and unlimited coffee, tea, and soft drinks.

M-F, 9:00 a.m. to 4 p.m. with hours negotiable around class schedule to complete your internship hours requirement. In-office at 629 East Main Street, Hendersonville, TN 37075 (not a work from home position). Call 615-800-0000 for more information.

We rock! 98% of our previous interns have gone on to great jobs as paralegals – the others had to drop out of the internship due to travel distance and paid job obligations.

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