Law Clerk – Cybersecurity (Fall 2020)

Mullen Coughlin is a highly successful, fast growing niche law firm focused exclusively on representing insured organizations facing adverse data privacy events and information security incidents. Committed to rapid incident response to incoming client calls, we wear jeans any day of the week and thrive in a high energy, close-knit, and upbeat office culture. Currently located in the Wayne/King of Prussia PA area, the Firm will move to Devon, PA during the summer of 2020.

In this position, you will work closely with attorneys on legal projects to gather and compile facts and relevant case information, conduct legal research on novel and emerging issues, and provide written analysis of findings. The ideal candidate will have a curiosity to learn more about cybersecurity law and an enthusiastic, team-oriented attitude.

We offer positions to 2nd and 3rd year law students offering flexibility to work around semester class schedules. We are currently seeking Law Clerks for the Fall 2020 term.

Ideal Skills & Qualifications

    • • A second- or third-year law student, preferably with membership to Law Review or Moot Court.


    • • Exceptional research, analytic, writing, and organizational skills with a focused attention to detail.


    • • An ability to prioritize and multi-task.


    • Eagerness to learn and work in a collaborative, team environment.

To Apply

Please submit your resume to , include your transcript, a writing sample, and a short summary about why you’re interested in the role in a cover letter.


Mullen Coughlin is an Equal Opportunity Employer and offers competitive salary.

Mullen Coughlin is not accepting resumes from search firms for this position.

Relocation assistance is not provided for this position.

Applicant must be authorized to work in the United States of America.

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