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The Brattle Group Research Analyst Internship

1 Beacon St
Boston, MA, 02108



The Brattle Group answers complex economic, regulatory, and financial questions for corporations, law firms, and governments around the world. The firm serves numerous focus areas and industries, including energy, financial institutions, IT, pharmaceuticals, health care, sports, telecom, and media. In addition, it offers expert testimony and are known for the credibility of their experts, which include leading international academics and industry specialists. 

Internship Program Stats


How To Apply

Brattle accepts applications for the summer internship program starting in October.  An overview of the program and a link to apply will be posted on the company career site.


Number Of Interns

10 to 20






6 to 12 weeks





Academic Level

College Juniors

About the Program

The Brattle Group’s internship program is held in its Boston, MA; Chicago, IL; New York, NY; San Francisco, CA; Washington, DC; and Toronto, ON offices. The firm also hosted interns in its London, Madrid, and Shanghai offices in summer 2022. The internship provides you with the opportunity to apply the economic concepts you’re learning in the classroom in a professional services setting. It will help you to improve your research and data analysis skills as well as learn to manage and prioriti...

About the Company

The Brattle Group answers complex economic, regulatory, and finance questions for corporations, law firms, and governments around the world. Brattle specializes in providing analysis and expert consulting related to energy, finance, and litigation matters for clients throughout the world. Various governments, regulatory bodies, leading corporations, and financial institutions call on Brattle when faced with litigation, regulatory, and policy questions. In answering these questions, Brattle re...

Intern Reviews

  • “The firm culture is amazing. I felt super close with the people I worked with and time flew by as I enjoyed my work and the meetings where both productive and fun.”
  • “Firm culture and environment were great. The colleagues were very welcoming and more than willing to take lots of questions to help me. The number of hours I was required to work was quite variable. Some days, there wasn't too much work and felt like a pretty standard day. Other days, there was a ton of work and I stayed late to finish to tasks assigned. However, I never felt too stressed with my work-life balance.”
  • “Firm culture and overall environment could barely be improved at all. Interns work about 40-45 hours a week, although that number can go up based on project need (around filing deadlines especially). However, even in periods such as those, people are friendly and supportive of one another's wellbeing. Oftentimes, managers will actively discourage junior staff from working too late of hours.”
  • “I worked 9-6:30 pm on average, and the attitude and flexibility given to work life balance within the firm is wonderful.”

Getting Hired Here

  • “I applied online and had two interviews. I was interviewed by a diverse group of people, which I especially appreciated.”
  • “Interview process was thorough but not burdensome for applicants. Interviewees were friendly and respectful. Application process is very selective, but Brattle is a top-notch firm because of it.”
  • “The interview process was very smooth and not stressful at all. In one round, candidates are interviewed by two junior staff members for about 30 minutes, and in the final round candidates are interviewed by one mid-level manager for about 45 minutes. However, in my case my interviewer [and I] were having a great conversation, so we ended up talking for an additional half hour. The interviews are not too difficult, and there is no case. The standards seem to have been very selective (around 5% of applicants receive offers).”
  • “Two-stage interview process; I liked how there was transparency in what would be expected of me and what they were looking for. I also thought they were very efficient in getting back to me.”