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Summer Intern - Legal Department
Klein Tools • Mansfield, TX
Posted 27 days ago
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Klein Tools has a 160-year history of serving the hand tool needs of professional tradesmen with products that represent a standard of excellence, innovation, technology and quality in our industry. We are looking for candidates who want a career working with The Premier Brand of Hand Tools.
We are currently looking for a Summer Intern for our Legal Department. This position will be an 8-10 week internship, located in our Mansfield, TX Facility.
Under general supervision, the Intern will draft and revise various legal documents, perform legal research, assist attorneys in the day-to-day functions of an in-house legal department, and experience legal strategy sessions, transaction negotiations, and more. The internship will not lead to job offers upon graduation but will provide experience and exposure to the legal field.
This position is responsible for a variety of projectrelated, administrative and secretarial duties in the Legal department. This position will provide the student with real life business experience, knowledge, and skills that are relevant to classroom education.
Additional responsibilities may include:
Handle information of highly sensitive and confidential nature. Ensure security of information at all times by developing and maintaining necessary measures and procedures.
Compile special reports and analysis and select appropriate data from various sources. Prepare daily, weekly, or monthly reports as assigned.
Use various office equipment such as fax, printers, phone system, etc.
Create and maintain business and correspondence documents, files and other record keeping systems as appropriate to the mission of the department.
Prepare, type, and edit a wide variety of correspondence from notes, instructions, and general directions.
Receive, screen, and direct telephone and written communications.
Research information and data associated with projects as assigned.
Provide current status information for all open issues as assigned. Identify the need for openissue closure or status update.
Perform special assignments/duties as required.
Qualified candidates will have completed their Bachelor's Degree and should currently be enrolled in a law school program.
Demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills, proper phone etiquette, and the ability to work in a group effectively.
Must have the ability to deal with all levels of people both inside the organization and out of the firm.
Ability to handle confidential information discreetly and shift priorities in a fastpaced environment.
Must have excellent followthrough and be organized and detailoriented.
Comprehensive knowledge of PC and various business office applications/software.