Job Details

Businesstransactional Law Fellowship

Company name

Lawyers Alliance For New York

Organization Type

Public Interest

Job Type


Date Last Verified

Nov 14,2018

Posted on

Dec 07,2015


New York City, NY
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Business/Transactional Law Fellowship This fellow will provide invaluable legal assistance to nonprofits that are serving low-income communities and creating a better New York, while develops professional skills and practical experience. Work on a range of legal projects. From advising nonprofit clients on board governance, fundraising law, and workforce reduction issues, to helping them review and negotiate contracts and strategic alliances, the fellow and other Alliance staff attorneys will provide much needed legal guidance to dynamic organizations that seek to help hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers in a time of great need. Will help present workshops to nonprofit managers. Will assist with client outreach and screenings, publications, legal research and policy, volunteer attorney support, and resource calls from members of the public with questions about legal issues related to the nonprofit sector. Term: between September and January

Company info

Hiring Coordinator
Lawyers Alliance For New York
330 7th Avenue 19th Floor
New York City, NY 10001
Fax: 212-941-7458

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