Job Details

Transgender Rights Project Law Student Intern **

Company name

Lambda Legal.

Organization Type

Public Interest

Job Type

Law Student

Date Last Verified

Sep 21,2018

Posted on

Jan 02,2017

Location

New York City, NY
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Transgender Rights Project Law Student Intern The intern, under the supervision of Lambda Legal’s Transgender Rights Project Director, will assist primarily with advancing and expanding Lambda Legal’s transgender civil rights work. Tasks will include: research and drafting in ongoing cases, prospective cases, and amicus curiae briefs; research, drafting, and/or editing publications on issues for general public education; and assistance with the maintenance and expansion of resources for our national legal Help Desk.

Qualification and Experience

Qualifications: Prefer Law students who have some experience or background in transgender civil rights issues. Commitment to public interest law also greatly strengthens an application. Lambda Legal encourages applications from transgender people, people of color, and people with disabilities, including HIV. The ability to speak Spanish and additional languages is a plus.

Company info

Amy Shapiro
Legal Administrative Manager
Lambda Legal.
120 Wall Street
15th Floor
New York City, NY 10005
Fax: 212-809-0055

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