Gordon Law Group, Ltd. Corporate Law Intern Skokie, IL · Part time

If you’re looking for an exciting and immersive corporate law experience, our 12-week Corporate Law Internship Program is the perfect opportunity for you! Apply now to jumpstart your career in corporate law!


The Corporate Law Internship Program is designed to provide law students with practical experience in corporate law, focusing on contracts, compliance reviews, and dispute resolution. This 12-week internship will allow students to work closely with our experienced legal professionals, gain valuable industry knowledge, and contribute to real-world projects. This internship is available year round.

Program Objectives:

  1. To provide interns with hands-on experience in corporate law, specifically in contract drafting, compliance reviews, and dispute resolution.
  2. To expose interns to the latest tools and technologies used in the legal industry.
  3. To develop professional skills and industry connections through networking opportunities.
  4. To assess interns for potential full-time employment upon completion of their studies.

Internship Structure:

The program will be divided into four phases, as follows:

Phase 1: Orientation and Training

  • Introduction to the firm, its culture, and core values
  • Overview of the tax and financial statement accounting services provided
  • Training on legal research tools, drafting techniques, and case management software
  • Introduction to relevant laws, regulations, and compliance requirements

Phase 2: Project-Based Learning

  • Interns will be assigned to a specific team within the corporate law department
  • Teams will work on real-world projects related to contract drafting, compliance reviews, and dispute resolution
  • Interns will receive mentorship and guidance from experienced legal professionals

Phase 3: Cross-Functional Exposure

  • Interns will rotate through different practice areas to gain a broader understanding of the firm’s legal services
  • Exposure to areas such as mergers and acquisitions, intellectual property, and employment law

Phase 4: Presentation and Evaluation

  • Interns will present their project findings and contributions to senior management
  • Performance evaluations and feedback will be provided by mentors and team leaders
  • Networking opportunities with professionals in the tax and financial statement accounting field

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Currently enrolled in an accredited undergraduate or graduate program, with a minimum 2.75 GPA
  • Interest in corporate law, contracts, compliance, and/or dispute resolution
  • Strong analytical, problem-solving, and communication skills
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team

Benefits & Perks:

  • Competitive hourly pay for the duration of the internship
  • Opportunity for academic credit, subject to law school approval
  • Possibility of full-time employment upon completion of the internship and graduation
  • Networking opportunities with industry professionals and potential mentors


$15 - $15 per hour