I'm about to be interviewed for an internship as a paralegal. In your opinion, what questions could I ask my interviewer?

I'm about to be interviewed for an internship as a paralegal. In your opinion, what questions could I ask my interviewer?
2018-08-03T21:27:22Z 6
2018-08-03T21:27:22Z

Former Paralegal Intern at Law Well

about 2 years ago
What are some projects the teams are working on? How can I be a part of and contribute to these projects? Based off of my academic and professional goals, which division of the firm do you think I would fit best in? Is there opportunity for me to shadow the experts?
2018-08-03T21:27:22Z

Former Paralegal at White & Case LLP

about 2 years ago
What kinds of file sharing/data storage programs do you use? What kind of training can I expect to receive? What are some typical characteristics of a successful White & Case paralegal? It’s always good to show that you are on top of current events and can connect it to the firm. Ex: How do you expect the recent passing of legislation supporting “Regulation X” will affect this firm's practice?
2018-08-03T21:27:22Z

Former Paralegal Intern at Kiplangat and Associates Advocates and Commissioners for Oaths

about 2 years ago
What exactly are my list of duties during the duration of my internship? How often do interns get the chance to shadow partners or senior lawyers to sit in on client meetings or court cases? What or where have your interns gone ahead to do or be? Do you keep in touch with them?
2018-08-03T21:27:22Z

Former Paralegal Intern at National Immigrant Justice Center

about 2 years ago
When applying for paralegal roles generally, it is a good idea to ask whether you will have opportunities for client interaction, or whether your work will be entirely desk-based.
2018-08-03T21:27:22Z

Paralegal | Business Immigration Analyst at Seyfarth Shaw LLP

about 2 years ago
a) What kind of cases will I be working on primarily? b) Are there pro-bono opportunities with the firm?
2018-08-03T21:27:22Z

Former Paralegal Intern at Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration

about 2 years ago
I had asked "What are your busiest days of the week, so that I can help?" That had surprised the interviewer and she was able to see that I was serious about providing great support to them.
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