NARAL PRO-Choice America Seeks
2020 SPRING LEGAL FELLOW
Location: Washington, DC
This position is: Fellowship, Hourly rate of $19.00/hr and $50 monthly metro stipend provided
Internship Date: Start date January 13th, 2020 end date flexible on or after May 15th
On a part-time to full-time basis (between 20 and 37.5 hours per week), assist with legal and policy research, conduct legal analysis, assist with other projects and tasks as assigned, as wel... read more
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Duration: May – August.
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