21st Century Fox Spring Internship

Fox is proud to support a culture of creativity, entrepreneurial spirit and community that attracts the industry’s brightest talent. The Fox Internship Program offers an exciting opportunity for you to gain practical experience while interning for one of the biggest media and entertainment companies in the world. You will have the opportunity to participate in real-world projects, which provides valuable work experience and leadership skills.

The Fox Internship Program provides mentoring and learning opportunities to help you develop your skills, network with Fox employees, and learn more about what its like to work in the entertainment industry.

The Fox Group Legal Department supports and advises Fox’s numerous film, television, cable, internet and sports divisions. The Department is seeking an intern for spring 2016 to work with the five lawyers in its Employment Law Section.

The intern’s primary job duties will be to research and prepare memoranda and other writings related to employment and general litigation issues. In prior years, interns have also had the opportunity to observe attorneys in depositions and at court hearings, and to assist with the presentation of legal seminars.

At a minimum, qualified applicants will have completed their first or second year of law school and have excellent legal research and writing skills. Students who have taken or are currently taking an employment law course or who have experience in employment law or general litigation are preferred. A short writing sample should be submitted along with a resume.

The internship pays $14/hour. The intern will work 20 hours per week for 10 weeks.

To participate in Fox’s Internship program you must meet the following criteria:
* Applicants must be enrolled full-time in an undergraduate or graduate degree program at an accredited university and be sophomore status or above
* Be eligible to work in the United States without sponsorship by the Company.

Application Process:
Please submit a resume and a cover letter detailing your qualifications.