Hanford Challenge Seeking Legal Externs, Applications Accepted on a Rolling Basis
Hanford Challenge is 501c3 Nonprofit Organization working to ensure the safe and effective cleanup of the Hanford Nuclear Site—the world’s largest environmental remediation project. Hanford Challenge exists to transform Hanford’s nuclear legacy into a model of safe and effective Hanford Challenge is looking for interns to assist with case preparation, legal research, and policy work.
Working at Hanford Challenge is an opportunity to gain experience in case strategy, legal drafting, case preparation, whistleblower and environmental policy, FOIA and state records act requests, and—depending on timing—even litigation. Students will also get exposure to the regulatory agencies involved at Hanford such as the Department of Energy, WA State Department of Ecology, and the Environmental Protection Agency.
Attention Post-Grads with 3-6 Years Experience, Kantor Taylor Seeking Low Income Housing Tax Credit Attorney
Kantor Taylor is currently seeking a qualified attorney for its Seattle office in transactions utilizing Low Income Housing Tax Credits, with an emphasis on representation of nonprofit and governmental entities in the development and financing of affordable housing projects.
The ideal candidate will have with 3-6 years of experience working with developers and/or tax credit equity investors in connection with the acquisition, financing and syndication of affordable housing projects using low income housing tax credits and other public and private financing sources. Experience with general real estate work is desired as well, such as drafting and negotiating purchase and sale agreements, easements, condominium declarations and leases.
Kantor Taylor is a 14-attorney law firm located in Seattle, WA with a focus for affordable housing and community development. We have a national practice across the areas of LIHTC, NMTC, HUD, Bond, and Real Estate transactions.
Please send resume in confidence to Lauren Lindheimer at firstname.lastname@example.org
Attention 1Ls & 2Ls! WSBA Elder Law Section Seeking Peter Greenfield Senior Advocacy Intern, Due 2/13/15
The Washington State Bar Association (WSBA) Elder Law Section in partnership with the Washington State Bar Foundation, the University of Washington School of Law, and Columbia Legal Services (CLS) is pleased to continue the Peter Greenfield Senior Advocacy Internship for the summer of 2015. This is a 10-12 week, full-time, paid internship ($5000 stipend for the summer) funded by the WSBA Elder Law Section, administered by the Washington State Bar Foundation, and UW School of Law. The intern will work in the Seattle CLS office providing advocacy and research in support of low income seniors. The internship for the summer of 2015 is open to students at the UW School of Law.
American Bar Association’s Section of Antitrust Law Seeking 2015 Summer Janet D. Steiger Fellow
The Janet D. Steiger Fellowship Project provides law students the extraordinary opportunity to work in the in the consumer protection and antitrust departments of state and territorial Offices of Attorneys General throughout the United States, as well as the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection, the Georgia Governor’s Office of Consumer Affairs, and the Hawaii Department of Commerce and Consumer Protection.
Selected students will serve for a minimum of eight weeks during the summer of 2015.
Applicants are encouraged to apply for locations near their place of residence. In the event that a Steiger Fellow is not living at home during their fellowship, there is a possibility that an optional travel/housing stipend allowance in anamount yet to be determined may be available. Applicants should not rely upon receiving an allowance in deciding whether to apply for a fellowship.
US Department of Energy Seeking General Counsel Law Student Intern
The Office of the General Counsel offers an exciting opportunity for law students to gain firsthand exposure to the fast-moving and evolving practice of energy law. The General Counsel is charged by the Secretary of Energy with the authority to determine the Department’s authoritative position on any question of law. The General Counsel’s Office provides legal advice, counsel, and support to the Secretary, the Deputy Secretary, and program offices throughout DOE to further the Department’s mission of advancing the national, economic, and energy security of the United States through scientific and technological innovation and the environmental cleanup of the national nuclear weapons complex. The intern program is designed for a select group of law students to become integrated components of our practice groups by working closely with attorneys throughout the Office of the General Counsel. Interns can expect demanding legal research and writing assignments concerning an array of energy-related practice areas, including: energy efficiency, nuclear security and non-proliferation, renewable technologies, alternate fuels vehicles, environmental compliance, intellectual property, alternative dispute resolution, and loan guarantee programs. We require interns to work a minimum of ten weeks during the summer.
Columbia Law School Now Accepting Applications for Fellowship in Climate Change Law, Applications Accepted on Rolling Basis Until 2/1/15
Sabin Center for Climate Change Law (SCCCL) develops legal techniques to fight climate change, trains students and lawyers in their use, and provides up-to-date resources on key topics in climate law and regulation.
Applications are invited for a fellowship in climate change law at Columbia Law School’s Sabin Center for Climate Change Law. The salary will be $60,000/year plus benefits. Applicants must have received a J.D. or LL.M. degree within three years prior to the beginning of the Fellowship. Strong academic qualifications and background in environmental or energy law and policy will be expected. The Fellow will work on a wide variety of research and writing projects; will help organize conferences, seminars, and collaborative publications; and will contribute to other research- and advocacy-oriented projects concerning climate change mitigation and adaptation.
Planned Parenthood of America Offering Legal Internships in New York and Washington DC, Due 2/28/15
Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) is the nation’s leading women’s health care provider, educator, and advocate, serving women, men, teens, and families. For more than 90 years, we’ve done more than any other organization in the United States to improve women’s health and safety, prevent unintended pregnancies, and guarantee that safe and legal abortion services are available to women who need them.
The Public Policy Litigation and Law Department of PPFA seeks 1L and 2L law student interns for its New York and Washington, D.C. offices for the summer of 2015.
Center for Democracy & Technology Seeking Summer Legal Intern, Due 3/15/15
The Center for Democracy & Technology (CDT) is pleased to host volunteer interns interested in law, policy, and technology, who wish to contribute to CDT’s work. We offer internships over the summer and during the academic semester in our Washington, DC, office.
Interns work closely with CDT’s attorneys, technologists, and policy experts on a broad array of issues related to technology, civil liberties, and human rights, including online free expression, electronic surveillance, digital copyright, health and consumer privacy, cybersecurity, and global Internet governance.
Interns who are current law students – or who already earned a law degree – can contribute to CDT’s work by conducting legal and policy research, drafting reports and legal analyses, assisting in the preparation of testimony, presentations, legislative proposals and briefs, and creating online educational resources.
Federal Communications Commission’s Wireless Telecommunications Seeking Summer Intern, Due 3/31/15
WTB is a dynamic and innovative bureau concentrating on a portfolio of contemporary issues addressing the nation’s telecommunication needs. The Wireless Bureau is responsible for facilitating the rapid and widespread deployment of wireless broadband services, ensuring an effective and interoperable communications environment supporting homeland security and public safety first responders, fostering a forward-looking and cohesive focus concerning spectrum policy and competition, and promoting efficient and transparent access to spectrum including the transition to innovative uses.
Wide variety of legal issues and tasks related to the telecommunications industry and services which may include but are not limited to the following duties: prepare legal documents, conduct research on rulemakings and proceedings, and assimilate comments on rulemakings.