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Research And Policy Fellow

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Public Interest

San Francisco, CA, United States

Research And Policy Fellow

Attorney

Full-time

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Research and Policy Fellow
Candidate will conduct research, assist with on the ground and remote learning, and draft briefs and other materials to educate these new leaders on issues of importance including strategies for reducing incarceration, promoting diversion and bail reform, enhancing transparency and accountability, addressing justice system racial inequities, and fortifying community trust. Will assist in supporting this network of new leaders, including providing opportunities for them and their staff to learn about best practices, be exposed to reform-oriented national justice thinking and be fortified in their commitment to implement new approaches to promoting healthier and safer communities. Interface with recently elected prosecutors, national organizations, academics and justice system leaders. Research and draft briefing papers and assemble informational materials, including development and review of data, survey information, technical assistance materials, and protocols modeling new thinking in prosecutive practices. Assist staff with information gathering from prosecutors, academics and other subject matter experts in regard to prosecutive best practices, juvenile justice issues, strategies for reducing incarceration, diversion and bail reform, enhancing transparency and accountability, addressing justice system inequities, and fortifying community trust. Work with staff to plan, structure, and organize in-person and remote gatherings to enable newly elected prosecutive leaders to learn from each other – and from other experts in the field. Work with staff to help develop and conduct interviews, oversee surveys and provide assistance and support to prosecutive leaders who are part of the network. Work with staff to help develop, promote and oversee opportunities for academic collaborations. Work with staff to help develop and update project management and tracking tools and mechanisms. Work with staff to identify and promote other learning opportunities and partnerships that can enhance the ability of prosecutive leaders to learn about and implement new justice system practices and thinking.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree required; JD Degree, Master’s Degree or equivalent post-graduate degree preferred. Ability to understand and help support a growing national project focused on reforms of prosecution and of the criminal legal system more broadly. Understanding of justice and/or policy reform work. Strong writing, research and oral communication skills. Ability to juggle and prioritize multiple tasks, and help keep a large national project organized and on track. Ability to communicate effectively with, develop credibility among, and gain the confidence of, elected prosecutive leaders and their staff.

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May 07, 2023
Jan 22, 2023
Mar 09, 2021
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Hiring Coordinator
Fair and Just Prosecution
The Presidio, P.O. Box 29907
San Francisco, CA 94129-0907


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Public Interest

Attorney

Full-time

Legal

Jan 22, 2023

May 07, 2023

Dec 31, 1969

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Research and Policy Fellow
Candidate will conduct research, assist with on the ground and remote learning, and draft briefs and other materials to educate these new leaders on issues of importance including strategies for reducing incarceration, promoting diversion and bail reform, enhancing transparency and accountability, addressing justice system racial inequities, and fortifying community trust. Will assist in supporting this network of new leaders, including providing opportunities for them and their staff to learn about best practices, be exposed to reform-oriented national justice thinking and be fortified in their commitment to implement new approaches to promoting healthier and safer communities. Interface with recently elected prosecutors, national organizations, academics and justice system leaders. Research and draft briefing papers and assemble informational materials, including development and review of data, survey information, technical assistance materials, and protocols modeling new thinking in prosecutive practices. Assist staff with information gathering from prosecutors, academics and other subject matter experts in regard to prosecutive best practices, juvenile justice issues, strategies for reducing incarceration, diversion and bail reform, enhancing transparency and accountability, addressing justice system inequities, and fortifying community trust. Work with staff to plan, structure, and organize in-person and remote gatherings to enable newly elected prosecutive leaders to learn from each other – and from other experts in the field. Work with staff to help develop and conduct interviews, oversee surveys and provide assistance and support to prosecutive leaders who are part of the network. Work with staff to help develop, promote and oversee opportunities for academic collaborations. Work with staff to help develop and update project management and tracking tools and mechanisms. Work with staff to identify and promote other learning opportunities and partnerships that can enhance the ability of prosecutive leaders to learn about and implement new justice system practices and thinking.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree required; JD Degree, Master’s Degree or equivalent post-graduate degree preferred. Ability to understand and help support a growing national project focused on reforms of prosecution and of the criminal legal system more broadly. Understanding of justice and/or policy reform work. Strong writing, research and oral communication skills. Ability to juggle and prioritize multiple tasks, and help keep a large national project organized and on track. Ability to communicate effectively with, develop credibility among, and gain the confidence of, elected prosecutive leaders and their staff.

Company info

Hiring Coordinator
Fair and Just Prosecution
The Presidio, P.O. Box 29907
San Francisco, CA 94129-0907

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