Tuesday, January 25, 2011
From Teresa Clemmer:
We are recruiting a new law fellow to head up the toxics program within the environmental clinic at Vermont Law School, known as the Partnership for Justice. In collaboration with Toxics Action Center, the law fellow will be helping to supervise JD students in providing legal advice to communities dealing with contaminated sites and toxic pollution sources throughout northern New England. The law fellow is expected to work part-time in the clinic for two years while pursuing an LLM degree. The fellowship includes a full tuition waiver, $35,000 stipend, and health benefits. Please pass this along to anyone you know who might be interested. For more information, please see the announcement on our website and contact our Litigation Paralegal and Office Manager, Monica Litzelman, at email@example.com with any questions.
Jamie Baker Roskie
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