Practising Law Institute Legal Information Services and Electronic Publishing Intern in New York, New York
Practising Law Institute (“PLI”), an innovative leader in legal education programs and services, is searching for a Legal Information Services and Electronic Publishing Intern to join PLI for an 8-week internship program this summer. PLI’s client base includes a large array of prestigious law firms, corporations and government agencies.
This is an exciting opportunity for students to gain professional business experience in their field of interest in a supportive learning environment.
INTERNSHIP PROGRAM SUMMARY
The internship program will begin on June 8th and end on July 31st in our midtown Manhattan office. This is a paid internship at the rate of $16 per hour. A typical work schedule will be 9:00 am to 5:00 pm (including an unpaid one-hour lunch break), Monday through Thursday, and 9:00 am to 3:00 pm on Friday. PLI closes early on Friday during the summer months.
Our internship program will offer students the opportunity to learn, perform tasks and take part in projects that relate to their academic majors.
Below is a brief description of the department and corresponding internship assignment:
Legal Information Services and Electronic Publishing
The Legal Information Services and Electronic Publishing is responsible for the strategy, creation, and ongoing development of PLI PLUS, our online research platform. This department also supports customers with training and sells publishing products to law school and manage their accounts.
Contribute to PLI PLUS digital archive project by providing electronic access to archival content through an online research database.
Locate eBook files and/or generating them via an automated generation process
Evaluate files for completeness
Perform basic XML cleanup
Manage eBook components using PLI’s content management systems
Deploying eBooks to our online research database
Work with the senior members of the Electronic Publishing team to tag content in our back catalog
The intern will gain experience with electronic publishing and taxonomy application standards and tagging platforms.
Qualifications and Requirements:
Qualified interns fall under one of the following categories:
Rising senior college undergraduate
2019 college graduate from an accredited undergraduate program
Current law school student
2019 or recent law school graduate
MLIS or MLS student strongly preferred.
This position requires exposure to XML, HTML languages or similar.
Must be available to participate in the program the full 8 weeks, beginning June 8th and ending July 31st.
Must have the ability to work Monday – Thursday from 9 or 9:30 am – 5 or 5:30 pm plus shorter day on Friday. Some intern assignments may have varying schedules.
Must be proficient in Microsoft Office Suite. Some intern assignments will require familiarity with department-specific software.
Must have the ability to provide recommendation letters from school and/or previous employer.
Will be required to provide documentation of academic record displaying a GPA of 3.2 or higher.
Qualified internship applicants may submit resume and cover letter online. Only candidates who provide a cover letter which includes identifying a department(s) of interest will be considered.
For 85 years PLI has been considered the “gold standard” as a leader in continuing legal and professional business training education. PLI presents over 400 live programs each year in state-of-the-art conference centers throughout the U.S. and abroad. Recent international seminar locations include London and Hong Kong.
In addition to hosting innovative live programs, PLI streams webcasts and offers on demand programs for thousands of participants each day. PLI publishes a variety of treatises, answer books, course handbooks and has an award-winning online research platform, PLI Plus. PLI offers the nation’s leading preparation course for the Patent Office’s Registration Exam and provides SEC compliance and accounting training through its SEC Institute. The organization also develops unique, engaging ways of learning through its Interactive Learning Center.
Through its mission as a nonprofit organization, PLI is deeply committed to the pro bono community and public interest organizations.
Due to the volume of applications we will not be able to respond to all candidates who apply.
Practising Law Institute is an equal opportunity employer. More information about PLI may be found on our website www.pli.edu. Thank you for your interest in working at PLI.
PLI is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any candidate based on age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, creed, national origin, marital status, disability, citizenship or veteran status.
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