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Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Taiwan law firm seeks legal intern

I hope readers know that I'm always happy (time permitting) to post announcements of job opportunities as a service to the Chinese law community, provided the jobs have some reasonable relation to Chinese law. Here's the latest from Winkler Parterns in Taiwan:

Winkler Partners is looking for an intern for the academic 2012-2013 year from September 2012 to June 2013. The basic qualifications include good analytic, research, and English writing skills. We will try to pair you with an intern from a Taiwanese law school.

You do not need to know any Chinese although you will be able to do more if you can. You do need to be either a native speaker of English or have near-native fluency. Your duties would include curating social media sites, writing updates on legal topics, and light case work for 15-20 hours per week. This position would be ideal for someone who is already studying Chinese or an academic subject in Taiwan and is thinking about law school.

All offers are conditional on whether we can obtain authorization for you to work in Taiwan. Please send a resume and a brief writing sample to the attention of Gladys Kao (gkao@winklerpartners.com) if you are interested.

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