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Organization TypePublic Interest
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ProfileSummer Diversity and Inclusion Fellowship The Fellow will do research and writing on litigation or other environmental advocacy in a substantive area as well as on diversity in the workplace. Research may include federal and state environmental statutes and regulations, procedural and evidentiary issues as well as legal and non-legal research on diversity. In addition to research and writing, will also participate in strategy sessions, document review, client meetings, site visits, and other aspects of case or project management. Will give an oral presentation on a substantive environmental issue and receive extensive feedback. May also observe depositions, hearings, meetings on environmental policy with government officials and leaders of other environmental groups.
Qualification and Experience
Qualifications: Academic achievement. Must be a second-year law student attending and in good standing at an American Bar Association accredited law school. Must have a strong undergraduate and law school record. Demonstrated commitment to promoting diversity and inclusion. Demonstrated leadership ability. Interest in environmental or non-profit career. Community service work. Must possess excellent writing skills.
Duration: 10 weeks
Note: Applications received between September 16 and October 15 will be considered for our Summer Clerkship.
Applications are due by September 15, 2017
Send applications with a cover letter emphasizing interest in this fellowship, resume, writing sample, transcript or grade report (with date of birth and social security number redacted) and a reference list.