Job and Internship Opportunities
Apply to Become a 2015-16 LSRJ Reproductive Justice Fellow!
Current 3Ls: Submit an application today for the 2015-16 Reproductive Justice Fellowship Program (RJFP). The program runs from the end of August 2015 through August 2016.
RJ Federal Fellows will be placed at nonprofit organizations in Washington, D.C. to work to advance reproductive justice through law and policy. RJ-HIV Fellows will be placed at SisterLove (Atlanta, GA) or Positive Women's Network - USA (Oakland, CA) and will work at the intersection of RJ and HIV issues.
Application deadline is Monday, November 3, 2014 at 5:00pm PT. Please visit the RJFP website to fill out the online form and download the applications.
For more information about the RJFP, including bios of current and past Fellows and a list of Placement Organizations, please visit the RJFP homepage.
Questions? Email RJFP@lsrj.org.
National Partnership for Women and Families Fellowship
The National Partnership for Women and Families is seeking a highly motivated, organized, proactive and detailed-oriented third-year law student, judicial clerk, or other recent law school graduate interested in applying for fellowships such as Equal Justice Works, or other law fellowships, to begin in September 2015.
The fellow will support the National Partnership's reproductive health program which works at the state and federal levels to defeat attacks on reproductive rights and advance a proactive agenda to expand access to quality reproductive health care. National Partnership staff will work with applicants to develop a project description and application materials. The fellow's work will include conducting legal research and policy analysis, drafting memoranda, reports, factsheets, blogs, and other documents, and collaborating with coalition partners.
For more information, please see the full description here.
Planned Parenthood Affiliates of California Internship
The Legal Department is seeking a Fall 2014 Legal Intern. It provides legal representation to two organizations: Planned Parenthood Affiliates of California (PPAC) and California Planned Parenthood Education Fund (CPPEF). Together, these organizations handle the state-wide legal, legislative, regulatory, advocacy, and electoral work for California's seven separately incorporated Planned Parenthood Affiliates. Law students are expected to have strong legal research and writing skills and an interested in healthcare, social justice issues, and reproductive rights.
Responsibilities include in-depth legal and legislative research, analysis, and drafting; presentations to affiliate staff on healthcare related issues; monitoring and responding to legislative, regulatory, and other litigation and policy developments; development and drafting of policy and advocacy materials.
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