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.
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