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Health Law Intern

🚀 Off-cycle Internship


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  • You must show high interest in health law and related fields. Strong academic/professional experience preferred, including legal research/writing skills. Prior health care legal experience a plus. Apply by deadline for full consideration.
  • You will work full-time on various legal areas, review contracts, research complex issues, and assist in transactions in a hybrid-remote setting.

Off-cycle Internship

Legal, Healthcare•Boston


  • We are looking for rising 2Ls and 3Ls in good academic standing for a summer internship in the Legal Affairs office at our Boston corporate headquarters, that will provide educational and work experience in the following areas: health care transactions, drafting and reviewing (business associate agreements, non-disclosure agreements, provider network contracts, vendor contracts, consultant agreements), HIPAA and release of information, privacy and security, compliance, Medicare/Medicaid reimbursement, communications and marketing, patient care issues, policies and procedures review; and board governance.


  • Required Qualifications:
  • Candidates must demonstrate a high interest in one or more of our practice areas. Exceptional candidates will have demonstrated academic and/or professional experience, such as having taken coursework in related fields in law school.
  • Candidates must submit applications by the deadline to ensure full consideration.
  • Desired Qualifications:
  • Experience in legal research and writing.
  • Prior legal internship or work experience in health care or health insurance plan a plus.

Education requirements

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Area of Responsibilities



  • Interns work full-time, hybrid-remote for up to 15 weeks, for at least 35 hours per week, on a broad range of substantive legal areas, and also learn first-hand the practice experience of being in-house counsel working with internal clients in an integrated health insurance and health care delivery system. Interns work on active matters that introduce them to the practice and substance of the law, such as review of various contracts, legal issues pertaining to patient care, and transactions related to health insurance market expansion, as well as research and writing projects which are generally short, focused, and frequently involve novel or complicated issues. CCA attorneys will explain how projects fit into overall legal strategy and provide substantive feedback on work product. This position will work in the Legal Affairs Department supervised by the Vice President & Associate General Counsel.


Work type

Full time

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