Intern

Interning at Fastcase offers students and recent graduates the opportunity to gain direct practical experience, learn about career options within the legal technology and product management fields, and build their resume while earning college credit (if eligible) and getting paid for their contributions.

Our internships are typically three times a year – during the spring and fall semesters as well as over the summer. We are open to interns working full-time or part-time. Hiring timelines can vary depending on the team and role type.

 

Types of Internships

We hire mostly for the following:

  • Product Development
  • Reporters
  • Sales
  • Marketing

 

Interns at Fastcase play an important role in our company. Your time interning with us can range from (but is not limited to) researching target audiences and identifying requirements for new sales and marketing campaigns and content creation for our social media pages, providing support for product enhancements in various stages of development and presenting your work at stand-ups and cross-functional go-to-market strategy meetings, writing and publishing news stories for our Law Street Media platform, etc.

 

How to Apply

Please submit resumes to resumes@fastcase.com for consideration.

 

About us

We are a legal research company founded in 1999 to democratize the law and to make legal research smarter. We work with citation analysis, data visualization, and big data to uncover hidden relationships in the law, and we build powerful, beautiful tools for legal research. More than 1.1 million legal professionals have subscription access to Fastcase, with more subscribing every day. We’re a small, growing team doing great, important, disruptive work — with the soul of a startup and the stability of a profitable, established business. 

 

#1 Legal Research App

Winner of the prestigious American Association of Law Libraries (New Product) Award, Fastcase for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone is used by more attorneys than any other legal app according to the ABA. Anyone may use the app for free to access Fastcase's comprehensive legal research database on the go.