Hi, I have my Hirevue interview with Goldman Sachs for their legal department summer internship and because I'm an undergraduate who is only interested in law, I have yet to gain any real experience or knowledge of the interplay between banks and the law. I understand in general terms the effects of policy making and regulation on the financial industry, but I can't purport to know the details of how banks use legal teams. Are there any guide books or online materials I can look at to give me a better understanding of what I should know before going in? Or is it not expected of undergraduate legal applicants to know much of anything technical?
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