Legal Intern at Toast
Bready* to make a change?
We’re not your traditional tech company. We recognize that talented people often come from outside the tech space. No matter what your background is, there’s a place for you at Toast. We’ve 86’d the conventional workplace for one where people can truly bring their full selves to work. Together, we empower restaurants of all sizes to build great teams, increase revenue, improve operations, and delight their guests. We pair our deep understanding of the restaurant industry with powerful cloud based software and restaurant-grade hardware to deliver an intuitive all-in-one platform. Join us on our mission to empower the restaurant community to delight guests, do what they love, and thrive.
About this roll*:
As Toast's Legal Intern, you'll be an important part of the Toast Legal team. You'll get to work with people across the company in a wide variety of matters including: contracts (such as vendor and confidentiality agreements), privacy, research on a range of topics, and general corporate work. Our goal will be to provide you with real-world, in-house experience in the legal department of a rapidly growing company.
You will be based out of our corporate headquarters in the Fenway neighborhood of Boston, MA. The program will run from May through July.
Do you have the right ingredients*?
- Currently completing 1st or 2nd year of a JD degree at an ABA accredited university
- Strong interpersonal skills and proven ability to consistently bring enthusiasm
- Ability to work cross-functionally and collaboratively with a diverse workforce
- Self-motivated, hard-working, and interested in making a difference
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Highly organized and detail-oriented
- Prior experience in software-related industry is a plus (but not required)
- Prior experience reviewing contracts and/or drafting documents is preferred (but not required)
- Willingness to test the status quo
- No ego
Interested candidates should submit a writing sample and current law school transcript.
*Bread puns encouraged but not required