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ProfilePublic Interest Fellowship The fellow will provide policy, legal, and strategic support on a wide array of legislative and administrative campaigns. Currently, the firm is: Challenging discriminatory policing policies and practices; Fighting overly aggressive immigration enforcement policies and advancing an affirmative agenda for immigrants’ rights, including municipal ID, language access, state citizenship, and non-citizen voting; Advancing next-generation wage and hour standards like sustainable scheduling, the right to full-time hours, and a right to earn sick leave; Designing policy solutions to help organize low-wage workers in industries including fast food, logistics/warehousing, retail, car wash, childcare, and others; Securing access to affordable, safe housing for urban communities and ensuring that states provide affordable housing region-wide; Advancing ambitious climate justice policies rooted in the priorities of low income communities and communities of color, such as cap & div policies; Pursuing a vision of quality public education for all, including accountability of charter schools and expansion of the community school model; and Building a stronger and more inclusive democracy by protecting the right to vote and winning pro-democracy reforms including automatic and same-day voter registration, ex-offender re-enfranchisement, redistricting and campaign finance reforms. Building political and organizing power to resist attacks on workers, immigrants, communities of color, women and Muslims. Must be Law Graduate.