Legal Intern – Temporary Part-Time Position
ANTICIPATED HIRING RANGE: $18.97 per hour
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Until Filled
The Division is seeking a Law Student for a Part-Time Legal Intern. This position is responsible for performing advanced legal research, analysis, trial preparation, and project management under general supervision of the Chief Attorney and Senior Attorneys.
GENERAL DUTIES INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:
- Conducts legal research, investigation, and trial preparation for cases involving insolvent insurance companies that are placed in receivership for purposes of rehabilitation or liquidation.
- Prepares memoranda and reports summarizing findings of legal research and investigations.
- Prepares pleadings and other court documents in standard legal format.
- Assists with implementation and follow up activities regarding rehabilitation and liquidation orders, on-site evaluation, and legal analysis.
- Maintains legal information and provides status updates to legal staff, Division employees, and other parties in response to service and information requests.
- Prepares and coordinates publication of notice as set forth in court orders.
- Organizes and provides written indices and summary of documents.
- Maintains chain of custody for evidentiary purposes.
- Perform research on West Law, Credit Bureaus, and other matters as requested.
- Attends and assists in depositions and provides deposition summaries as required by the attorneys.
- Performs special projects and provides litigation support to attorneys.
- Assists attorneys in the coordination of public records requests.
- Performs document management functions including the creation, maintenance, duplication, retrieval, and storage of legal documents for court hearings, proceedings, and other legal activities.
The hiring rate for this position is $18.97 per hour. This is a part-time, temporary position with up to 20 hours per week. The chosen student for this position may work one semester or up to one year.
- A bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university.
Current attendance at an accredited law school or acceptance at an accredited law school may substitute for current attendance.
- In compliance with federal law, individuals selected for hire will be required to confirm their identity and eligibility to work in the United States.
- In accordance with Florida Statutes 110.1128, the Division must verify male applicants have registered with the Selective Service System or have proof of registration exemption to be eligible for employment or promotion with the Division. If registration or exemption cannot be verified, male applicants are not eligible for hire. If currently employed by the Division, this law prohibits the promotion of such person. This requirement also applies to any male who has legally or illegally entered the United States. To check the status of your registration, obtain proof of exemption, review requirements for transgender people, or for general information about the Selective Service System, please visit
HOW TO APPLY:
Resumes can be submitted through one of the below methods. The information must be received by the position's closing date and time.
Email: email@example.com. Please include the position title in the email subject line.
- Mail or Hand Delivery: 325 John Knox Road, Atrium Building, Suite 101, Tallahassee, FL 32303
- If you require an accommodation to participate in the application process due to a disability, please call (850) 413-4546 for assistance.
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