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Project Based Legal Fellow The fellow should expect to have earned a JD Degree before September 2018 and either be admitted to the Alaska Bar or be willing to qualify for admission. Must be interested in developing a project addressing one of the following three areas: (1) prison conditions, specifically healthcare, mental health, and solitary confinement; (2) the constitutional right to privacy; or (3) voting rights, specifically as those rights are affected in rural areas. Will think critically, write clearly and accessibly, have policy or litigation experience (such as from a clinic or clerkship), and be passionate about civil liberties, social justice, and the mission of the Union of Alaska. Expect rising 3Ls or judicial clerks to be ready to start in September 2018. Current lawyers or recent graduates on a more flexible schedule are welcome to start earlier.
Send cover letter; an initial project proposal of up to 2 pages; resume; a writing sample; law school transcript; and a list of 3 references.
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