Logo of Huzzle

Internship

• Starts Jun 3

Business & Legal Affairs Intern

Logo of Concord

Concord

22d ago

🚀 Summer Internship

New York

AI generated summary

  • You must be located in/near NYC, available for a full-time paid internship from June 4th-August 16th, and able to work 20 hours/week at Concord in Business & Legal Affairs.
  • You will assist with various business and legal affairs tasks in Concord's divisions, including M&A, contract administration, licensing, and more. Must have strong research, writing, and organizational skills, along with a passion for music business.

Summer Internship

LegalNew York

Description

  • Concord is seeking law students who are currently 1L or 2L students at ABA-approved law schools for paid summer 2024 internships in the Business & Legal Affairs Department.
  • Concord’s Business & Legal Affairs team is comprised of 40+ professionals who provide business and legal affairs support to Concord’s three primary divisions: Recorded Music, Music Publishing, and Theatricals. The team works closely with A&R, Finance, Royalties, and Licensing in each division.

Requirements

  • This internship is a full-time paid internship and requires someone located in/near New York City
  • The timeline of this internship program runs from Tuesday, June 4th – Friday, August 16th You must be able to work 20 hours/week.

Education requirements

Currently Studying

Area of Responsibilities

Legal

Responsibilities

  • Students who are selected for these internships will have the opportunity to participate in a variety of business and legal affairs matters in each of Concord’s divisions. Work experience may include shadowing or assisting with mergers and acquisitions; frontline artist, writer, and author signings; contract summaries and administration; new media licensing; infringement and litigation; and more. Our goal is to provide a varied, educational, and engaging legal experience for interns, while enabling them to contribute to Concord and its operations in a meaningful way.
  • Applicants should have: the ability to work both independently and as part of a team in a fast-paced environment; excellent legal research and writing skills; good judgement and ability to prioritize tasks; attention to detail and strong follow-up skills; excellent organizational and communication skills; and be tech savvy with experience using Microsoft Office (specifically Office 365, including Outlook, Word, and Excel). Ideally candidates will have had some exposure to intellectual property law and/or copyright law. Candidates must have a demonstrated passion for music business.

Details

Work type

Full time

Work mode

office

Start date

Jun 3, 2024

Location

New York