National Association of Women Lawyers – Prudential 2013 Summer Internship Program – Apply by Friday, March 29
The National Association of Women Lawyers (NAWL) is pleased to partner with Prudential Financial, Inc. (Prudential) to provide a meaningful summer internship opportunity to a highly motivated, first-year law school student. Through this partnership, NAWL will select a student to join the 2013 Summer Law Intern Class at Prudential for an 10-week internship at Prudential’s office in Newark, New Jersey. A stipend of approximately $10,000 will be provided to the intern for the length of the internship.
Applications must be received by noon on Friday, March 29, 2013.
The summer intern will have the opportunity to work with attorneys who support the broad reach of the Prudential businesses. The summer intern will also participate in the Summer Intern Training Program, which includes programs presented by Prudential attorneys that highlight different areas of the business
and the legal departments. As an intern, you will be paired with an attorney who will serve as a mentor during the program and will provide guidance on
projects. You may also have an opportunity to practice interviewing skills, prepare presentations and shadow attorneys on various projects. The summer internship will run between Monday, June 3, and ends Friday, August 9, 2013. The summer intern will be paid a stipend of approximately $10,000, which shall accrue and be paid on an hourly basis. Interns will be responsible for their own summer travel and housing. Prudential does not hire interns for part time or full-time employment after the summer.
Each applicant must be 1) a member of NAWL, 2) a law student enrolled at an ABA‐accredited law school having successfully completed the first year of law school and be scheduled for graduation in Spring 2015 (full‐time students) or Spring 2016 (part‐time students). Applicants must have a minimum 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale or the equivalent. The ideal applicant will have financial or business‐related experience or interest. LLM students will not be considered