Are you a 1L and curious about what it’s like to work in an in-house legal department as well as in one of the leading law firms in the country? Do you want to experience in-house projects and the transactional work of a large law firm?
If these sorts of questions resonate with you, come spend your summer with Adobe Legal and Hogan Lovell’s as part of our Dealmaker’s Fellowship Program.
We’ve partnered with one of our global law firms for, Hogan Lovells, to provide a diverse first-year law student with the unique opportunity to spend part of the summer in the Palo Alto office of Hogan Lovells, and part of the summer in-house at Adobe’s headquarters in San Jose. We seek candidates with strong academic records who demonstrate outstanding performance and have already determined, at this early stage of their law school studies, that they are most likely to engage in corporate transactional work upon graduation.
As a Summer Intern at Adobe you will experience the atmosphere of corporate life at one of the world’s leading software companies, while learning how each of our legal teams drive the efficiency and effectiveness of our entire organization. You will be exposed to Adobe corporate culture, including our values which play a key role in Adobe routinely being recognized as one of the top global software companies for work experiences.
What You Will Do
Under the supervision of the Adobe in-house attorneys, you will participate in the following activities:
- Meet with Adobe Legal Senior Leaders and learn how their team’s work benefit our entire company
- Attend an All Hands Meetings that discusses trending topics, strategy, and organizational changes
- Assigned to a different legal group each week to complete a project or participate in job shadowing
- Meet with your Legal Mentor for professional knowledge and guidance
- Complete Legal Basics Training Program
- Opportunity to present to Adobe Legal about your experience participating in this program
- Best of all, you will interact with many legal professionals and other staff at Adobe, and be part of a growing team!
- Candidates must be a first-year law student in good standing pursuing the degree of Juris Doctor at an ABA accredited law school.
- Candidates must have a strong academic record as well as experience that demonstrates great promise for a successful career in the legal profession.
- Candidates must meaningfully contribute to the diversity of the law school student body and, upon entering the legal profession, the legal community.