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Legal Fellowship

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The Sustainable Economies Law Center (SELC)

Organization Type

Public Interest

Job Type

Attorney

Date Last Verified

Sep 11,2018

Posted on

Aug 19,2017

Location

Oakland, CA
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Legal Fellowship The candidate will be: Meeting the legal needs of local sustainable economies requires that lawyers blaze new career paths and establish transactional law practices aimed at providing services to cooperatives, community-owned enterprises, urban farms, local currencies, land trusts, and so on. In order to foster this growing community of lawyers, Center encourages lawyers of all experience levels who are intend to meet those legal needs by starting new law practices, legal nonprofits, or other projects to apply to become a Sustainable Economies Law Fellow if they would benefit from the support the fellowship offers. Will receive at least 25 hours of free classroom training (CLE credit may be available), will receive mentorship from staff and volunteer attorneys, and may take part in a variety of hands-on learning and networking opportunities offered at the Law Center. May retain the title of Legal Fellow and participate actively in the program for as long as they find it useful and relevant to their work contributing to local, sustainable, resilient, sharing economies.

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Hiring Coordinator
The Sustainable Economies Law Center (SELC)
436 14th Street,
Suite 1120
Oakland, CA 94612

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