Office of Management and Budget Recruiting Two Policy Analysts
We are recruiting for two policy analysts for the Office of Management and Budget (OMB). We are seeking someone with experience relating to K-12 education and someone with experience in labor-related issues, including job training, pensions and unemployment insurance. In both cases we are particularly interested in current students or recent or upcoming graduates of master’s degree programs in relevant fields.
Policy analyst positions at OMB are particularly exciting for people launching their careers in public policy. In addition to developing the President’s Budget, OMB staff are responsible for providing the Executive Office of the President with policy and technical support on a wide range of issues. Analysts in these positions are responsible for reviewing the work and recommendations of agencies at many levels, and play a critical role in the policy and budget formulation processes. OMB analysts interact with and provide policy analysis to numerous offices throughout the Executive Office of the President, including the Domestic Policy Council, National Economic Council, and Office of the Chief of Staff. These career positions provide a great opportunity for individuals interested in public policy to see how Federal programs work at all levels. We are looking for individuals who have strong analytical, communications, and interpersonal skills and can work effectively in a fast-paced environment.
University of Oregon School of Law Seeking Two Associate Directors for the Office of Career Planning and Professional Development in Eugene, Position Open Until Filled
As the state’s only public law school, the University of Oregon School of Law is charged with providing an exemplary, accredited legal education in a cost-effective manner.
The Associate Director is one of three full-time professionals in the Center for Career Planning and Professional Development (Career Center) who report to the Assistant Dean for Career Planning and Professional Development. We are currently seeking to fill two Associate Director positions.
The Associate Director’s work is shaped by key areas of substantive expertisesuch as: state trial court clerkships, private law firms, alternative JD career paths, and public interest and public service. In addition to substantial career counseling responsibilities, including job search strategy, document review, and interview preparation, the Associate Director represents the Career Center and the University of Oregon School of Law to external audiences while engaging in marketing and outreach. The Associate Director also collaborates with the Assistant Dean for Career Planning and Professional Development on the content and execution of the 1L Career Exploration and Professional Planning course. Duties also include planning and facilitating Career Center programming, including workshops and panel presentations, and managing budgets related to these activities.
Environmental Law Alliance Worldwide Seeking Summer Environmental Law Intern
ELAW is a network of public interest environmental lawyers and scientists who use the law to protect the environment. We provide legal and scientific resources to advocates in approximately 70 countries who are working to protect the environment and human rights. Legal interns assist the Staff Attorneys in responding to requests for assistance. These requests generate both short and long-term projects. Projects may include legal research (US and international); obtaining information about multinational companies planning to enter new countries; identifying model statutes and regulations; or evaluating legal doctrines and theories. Interns prepare memoranda to send to overseas advocates and communicate directly with these lawyers. ELAW Staff Attorneys work with interns and oversee all projects.
Earthjustice Seeking Law Externs in Northwest Office for 2016, Applications Accepted on a Rolling Basis
The Northwest Regional Office of Earthjustice, located in Seattle, Washington, is seeking students who share a passion for justice and a healthy environment for externships in the spring or fall of 2016.
Externs work with attorneys on case development and litigation. Under the supervision of an attorney, an extern’s primary responsibilities are to perform legal and factual research, and to develop case strategy and legal theories. Externs may also have the opportunity to assist attorneys with preparing briefs and motions, to meet with clients and experts, to participate in moots of oral arguments, and to attend court proceedings and conferences with opposing counsel.
Human Rights First Seeking Legal Intern for Refugee Representation in Washington, D.C., Spring 2016 and Summer 2016 Opportunities Available
Human Rights First welcomes law students to apply for its spring 2016 legal internship with the Refugee Representation team. We are looking for students who are currently enrolled in law school, have a strong interest in and commitment to human rights, are preferably fluent in a relevant second language, and want to work on behalf of indigent asylum-seekers.
We seek part-time interns (15 hours per week minimum) for the spring semester. Interns will be based in our Washington, D.C. office. All internships are unpaid.
The Refugee Representation program works to provide indigent asylum seekers with quality legal representation in their asylum cases. The program also advocates for legal reform and policy change on issues affecting asylum seekers in the United States.
Animal Legal Defense Fund Seeking Summer 2016 ALDF Litigation Program Clerk, Monthly Stipend Available, Due 12/1
The clerkships are full-time, during summer 2016, for a period of 3 months (approximately 12 weeks) with a flexible starting date (dependent upon the student’s schedule).
The clerks will be closely supervised and trained by top experts in animal law. Clerks will complete legal research, work with ALDF’s litigation department in developing new cases, and learn how to prepare pleadings in cases currently handled by ALDF. The successful applicant must have a sincere interest in animal protection and be willing to accept a variety of assignments within the expanding field of animal law. The primary focus of this clerkship is on civil animal law issues, but there will be exposure to criminal anti-cruelty cases as well.
Attention 1Ls and 2Ls! Children’s Law Center in Washington, D.C. Seeking Summer Law Clerks, Due 12/2
Children’s Law Center fights so every child in DC can grow up with a loving family, good health and a quality education. Children’s Law Center invites applications for summer 2016 law clerk internships to begin Tuesday, May 31, 2016. Law clerks have a wide variety of responsibilities including conducting client intakes, completing court runs, researching and writing about legal issues, interviewing clients and witnesses, locating resources for clients, attending court hearings, and accompanying attorneys on home and school visits. Law students who wish to intern with the Children’s Law Center will receive one-on-one supervision from an attorney throughout the summer.
The following projects within Children’s Law Center are accepting summer law clerks: Guardian ad litem Project (GAL), GAL Special Education Project, Families First (FF), Heathy Together (HT), and Policy Team.
Paid Internship! District Department of the Environment Seeking Environmental Legal Intern, Due 12/4
The Department of Energy & Environment (DOEE), Office of the General Counsel (OGC) seeks to hire a legal intern. DOEE is the leading agency for energy and environmental issues affecting the District of Columbia.
DOEE’s OGC has a staff of nine attorneys and one operations specialist. Legal interns are generally responsible for assisting OGC attorneys with the issues described above and various research projects as they arise. In addition, legal interns have the opportunity to interact with many of DOEE’s engineers, biologists, technicians, inspectors, environmental specialists, and other staff on a wide variety of District?related issues, including air and water quality, hazardous and toxic substances, underground and leaking underground storage tanks, lead?based paint matters, and energy and sustainability issues.
Legal interns are immersed in work of the office and have consistent communication with staff and supervising attorneys. Interns participate in all office functions and are in consistent contact in person or via email. Interns may work closely with a number of different attorneys who are all asked to comment, review, and evaluate the intern’s work.
Attention 3Ls! New York University School of Law’s Open Society Presidential Fellowship Now Accepting Applications, Due 12/10
The Open Society Presidential Fellowship is awarded yearly to recent JD, LLM, MPA, MPP, and MBA graduates from accredited law, public policy, and business schools. Based in New York City, Fellows pursue work related to human rights, good governance, and justice through an 11-month residence within the Office of the President at the Open Society Foundations.
Fellows will work with staff, grantees, and other fellows on special initiatives that address the legal, business, policy, and organizational issues confronted by the Foundations’ various programs and projects. They will gain exposure and connections to the Open Society Foundations’ leadership and partner organizations, and cultivate knowledge about open society strategies.
Public Interest Network Seeks UW Grads!
The Public Interest Network Seeks UW Grads! The Public Interest Network is a family of organizations that use organizing, advocacy, research and policy analysis, and litigation to create change. They work on a variety of issues, including stopping global warming, protecting consumers, and getting money out of politics. They are actively recruiting UW law grads for JD advantage positions! For the right candidates they may delay start date for after the bar exam.
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