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2023 Summer Paralegal Intern - Corporate Law
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The Law Department of State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company, a Fortune 50 company, is hosting a Paralegal Summer Intern Program designed to provide exposure to a variety of areas within the department and State Farm for rising paralegal students. This program strives to provide our paralegal interns with meaningful hands-on work experiences leveraging training, mentoring, and development opportunities within our Corporate Law Division. Our interns will be exposed to a variety of legal areas including litigation and counseling areas and will draft factual case summaries, conduct legal research, and complete project work. The internship period is scheduled from 5/22/2023-8/4/2023, is a full-time paid internship located at State Farm's corporate headquarters In Bloomington Illinois, working in a hybrid environment with some required presence in the office. Work arrangements could change based on environment and business needs.
- Currently enrolled in an ABA-Approved Paralegal Degree or Certificate Program and must remain enrolled as a student for the duration of the internship
- Completion of Legal Research 1 and Litigation 1 courses or the equivalent is required
- Applicants are required to be eligible to lawfully work in the U.S. immediately; employer will not sponsor applicants for U.S. work opportunity