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Legal Intern
Posted on 7/19/2022
INACTIVE
Locations
San Francisco, CA, USA • New York, NY, USA
Experience Level
Intern
Desired Skills
Customer Service
Data Analysis
Management
Marketing
Sales
Requirements
  • Work collaboratively with the legal team to support cross-functional teams in furthering strategic business and legal initiatives across the company
  • Take on research and/or data analysis projects and independently drive them to completion
  • Develop, improve, and maintain relevant playbooks and knowledge bases
  • Help business teams make smart decisions by issue-spotting and utilizing legal experience and expertise to bear on the complicated problems we are trying to solve
  • Partner with cross-functional legal experts and internal stakeholders to advise on the product and customer experience, including go-to-market, marketing, sales, and customer service and account management
  • Provide support as needed to the other members of the Carta legal team
  • Currently enrolled in a U.S. ABA-accredited law school as a 3L (current or rising) and in good standing
  • Excellent organizational skills and ability to manage multiple projects at once, follow through, communicate effectively, and meet tight deadlines
  • Interest in tech startups, venture capital, securities regulation, and related trends and business practices
  • Understanding of software technology and cloud services, associated business models, and technology industry trends a plus
Carta

1,001-5,000 employees

Cap-table management platform
Company Overview
Carta is on a mission to create more owners. With over 23,000 companies, more than one million investors, law firms, and employees on their platform, and a commitment to transparency and equality in equity—they're breaking the mold of how capital markets operate.
Benefits
  • Free lunch and snacks
  • Equity
  • Employee liquidity every 12-18 months
Company Core Values
  • Carta is run like a Professional Sports Team
  • Show up on time everyday
  • We are Software People
  • Create Leverage, Not Efficiency
  • Learn vs Execute
  • Competition Is for Losers