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Role Summary: This 1 year internship will support the GE Corporate Legal - Investigations COE which is headquartered in Norwalk, CT. The intern will provide paralegal support to lawyers and investigators with respect to global investigations, including assisting with research, documentation, file management, billing, data analysis, reporting and other program support.
Essential Responsibilities: The Paralegal Intern will work with the investigations Center of Excellence (COE) and Paralegals on a variety of assignments; typical assignments include:
Conducting research and data compilations for lawyers and investigators
Organizing documents and case files
Working with external counsel regarding case management needs
Handling document retention / document collection / document production processes for lawyers (in coordination with discovery experts)
Maintaining, updating and developing internal databases and IT tools to support needs of lawyers and investigators in global investigations
Assist in drafting legal and other documents and correspondence
Handling billing and vendor selection processes as requested
Assisting with other programmatic support, including training, conferences, data analytics and administrative tasks
Spearheading special projects as needed/requested
Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent from an accredited college or university (pre-Law degree or course work preferred)
Excellent Microsoft Office skills (Word, PowerPoint, Excel), and interest in learning other computer applications
3.5+ GPA preferred
Strong interpersonal skills including the ability to communicate effectively and concisely, working with executive level colleagues
Strong familiarity with Web-based resources to locate statutes, regulations and case law
Strong familiarity with Internet-based fact and media research
Proven organizational and analytical skills with extraordinary attention to detail
Ability to work independently and efficiently; ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously
Strong interpersonal, verbal, and writing skills including editing and proofreading
Self-starter and proactive problem solver
Team player; experience working in a fast-paced environment
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