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Adobe Legal Internships An experience with the Adobe Legal & Government Relations Team

Changing the world through digital experiences

We've been in the neighborhood for more than 30 years, and we're still pushing the envelope in creativity, technology and innovation. Only Adobe gives everyone — from emerging artists to global brands — everything they need to design and deliver exceptional digital experiences.

You know us as the company that makes tools creatives can’t live without – like Photoshop, Illustrator and Premiere. We're mission critical to the world’s largest brands, as they market their products and services to their customers with our digital marketing solutions. You also know us as the company that created PDF, the single most used document format in the world. We pushed all this to the cloud, and haven't looked back since.

The Experience

Courtroom lawyers, contract experts, and caped crusaders — Adobe Legal is a talented team committed to vigorously advocating on behalf of our work, interests, and customers while upholding the highest ethical standards.

For those looking to begin and grow their career, an internship with our Adobe Legal & Government Relations team is the perfect opportunity. You will learn about our department's structure, our structure to support every business unit, learn our internal process playbooks and policy guidelines, and learn our contract management and collaboration solutions. Best of all, you will interact with many legal professionals and other staff at Adobe, and be part of a growing team! You can look forward to:

  • Making a real impact on a brand that's experienced by millions
  • Learning it all alongside some of the best talent in the industry
  • Thriving in a community guided by core values that bring out the best in one another
  • Being empowered to exercise leadership
  • Demonstrating the ability to remain flexible and agile in an ever changing environment
"The company is growing faster than ever, with a global reach, and my goal is to focus on new and innovative ways to deliver legal services that scale in this complex environment. Whether that is through tools, organizational structures, partnerships or policies, we will need to do more with more." - Dana Rao, Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary

Opportunities

As an Intern, you will experience the atmosphere of corporate life at one of the world’s leading software companies, while learning how each of our legal teams drive the efficiency and effectiveness of our entire organization. You will be exposed to Adobe corporate culture, including our values which play a key role in Adobe routinely being recognized as one of the top global software companies for work experiences.

You'll have the opportunity to meet with Adobe Legal Senior Leaders and learn how their team’s work benefit our entire company, attend an All Hands meetings that discusses trending topics, strategy, and organizational changes, have exposure to different areas of law, and best of all, you will interact with many legal professionals and other staff at Adobe.

For Law Students

Are you a 1L and curious about what it’s like to work in an in-house legal department as well as in one of the leading law firms in the country? Do you want to experience in-house projects and the transactional work of a large law firm?

During your time at Adobe, you will be assigned a different legal group to shadow each week, meet with your Legal Mentor for professional knowledge and guidance, complete our Legal Basics training program, and complete a presentation about your experience participating in our legal intern program.

For our A2 Immersion Program, we’ve partnered with the law firm Arnold & Porter to provide a diverse first-year law student with the unique opportunity to spend part of the summer in the San Francisco office of Arnold & Porter, and part of the summer in-house at Adobe’s headquarters in San Jose.

For our Adobe + Perkins Two Steps Ahead Scholars Program, we've partnered with the law firm Perkins Coie LLP to provide a diverse first-year law student with the unique opportunity to spend part of the summer in the Palo Alto offices of Perkins Coie, and part of the summer in-house at our Adobe San Jose headquarters.

For our Adobe + Hogan Lovells M&A Fellowship Program, we've partnered with the law firm Hogan Lovells US LLP to provide a diverse first-year law student with the unique opportunity to spend part of the summer in the Palo Alto offices of Hogan Lovells, and part of the summer in-house at our Adobe San Jose headquarters.

For Undergrads

As a Compliance Intern, you will work on a variety of Compliance-related projects arising around the world. Projects will include investigative analyses of expense report issues, assessing conflicts of interest and gifts and hospitality disclosures, and managing some of the online tools used by the Compliance team

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Key Sites

Adobe San Jose - Our company headquarters and flagship site. Enjoy open, collaborative spaces that scream Adobe creativity and a site that's designed with employee wellbeing top of mind. Grab a bite to eat in one of our three cafes or take a class in our gym that takes wellness to heart.

Learning at Adobe

We choose learn-it-alls over know-it-alls. We believe in continuous learning. We offer a wide variety of learning resources, including our Leading@Adobe leadership program, that enable our employees to learn anytime, anywhere. These resources are all tied to our governing belief that at Adobe, every employee has the ability—and responsibility—to drive their careers.

Creating a workplace that works for everyone

Our goal is that all employees feel engaged, respected and connected. Where ideas, backgrounds and perspectives are leveraged to deliver greater value to our business and customers.

If you're ready to explore your passion and make an impact, then Adobe is the place for you.

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