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Research Intern, Analysis Group, Inc., Boston, MA

Headline: Business/Legal Research Internship (Paid)

Job title: Research Intern 

Department: Marketing

Office location: Boston, MA (111 Huntington Avenue, 14th Floor)

Time commitment: 15 - 30 hours/week (2-3 month commitment) hours available Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 5: 30 pm 

Hourly rate: $20.00/hour



The Research Intern will work closely with and under the guidance of the Marketing Department's research team in the Boston office of economic consulting firm Analysis Group.  Analysis Group has been recognized as a best place to work in several top surveys and has received an Employees' Choice Award in the small and medium business (SMB) category of's national Best Places to Work listing. 


The team's researchers are librarians embedded within the firm's Marketing Department, where they provide business development and legal research support to the firm. The Research Intern will be trained by the research team on our approach to searching sources including Lexis Advance, Westlaw, CourtLink, Bloomberg Law, and select news/online resources. The Research Intern will support efforts to capture background on Analysis Group's affiliated experts, potential experts, and opposing experts. Typical assignments will include searching for and reviewing expert reports/testimony submitted in various court matters, retrieving relevant decisions and other court filings, organizing and storing the results, and preparing background on potential expert witnesses in support of various business development projects. 


The Research Intern will have the opportunity to attend our weekly research team meetings. The Intern will also have the opportunity to shadow team members as they conduct various legal, company/industry, and business development-related research.  This internship also provides the unique opportunity for students to observe firsthand how research can help direct and further business development initiatives.


This role is ideal for a candidate who is intellectually curious; enjoys searching; is tenacious about looking for information; understands the importance of using only the most authoritative resources; is capable of filtering through/reviewing large amounts of data; and has the ability to problem-solve with a very high level of attention to detail and accuracy.



  • Report to a designated member of the Research Team

  • Support the Research Team in fulfilling research requests from consulting staff and the marketing team 



  • Excellent written/spoken English

  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail

  • Must be able to organize, plan and work on multiple projects simultaneously, prioritize work, meet deadlines, and be flexible in order to respond to shifting demands

  • Exhibit a desire to learn, participate and take ownership for workload

  • Familiarity searching databases 

  • Interest in legal research


Application Process:

Please send a cover letter and resume to Bridget Lonergan at

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