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We’re about to kick off the application process for our techlaw programme in 2020 and we’re looking for Auckland-based technology companies who would like to participate.

how the techlaw programme works

  • we work with Auckland University in March/April to identify and select law students in the later stages of their degrees who are interested in technology and entrepreneurship, and are keen to gain some real-world legal experience working in a tech company
  • we then match those students with participating tech companies
  • the students provide up to 100 hours of work to their matched company
  • we provide some basic corporate and commercial training materials to the students, and technical support while they are on the job.
  • Kindrik Partners and our sponsors pay the students rather than participating companies (i.e. this is a free service for tech companies)

how your company can benefit

Typical tasks might include (but are not limited to)

  • researching legal issues e.g around privacy
  • drafting resolutions
  • reviewing agreements
  • preparing contract databases

the ideal fit

Participating companies need to have some appropriate legal tasks that can be worked on effectively by a student with appropriate supervision and support.

Our preference is to select companies who can provide that supervision and support themselves, with some remote support and mentoring from our team.

Companies that have a COO, Operations Manager, CFO, or in-house counsel on board usually benefit the most from the internship programme.

Limited slots are available. If you are interested in hearing more about the techlaw internship programme, or would like to take an intern this year, please get in touch by the end of February.

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