June 24, 2007
Poverty Law Jobs
I am launching a separate page, Poverty Law Jobs, http://povertylawjobs.blogspot.com/, for posting jobs of particular interest to law students and to a younger lawyers interested in working on issues and in jobs related to poverty law. It is connected to Poverty Law Prof Blog, http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/poverty/, but is separate because not everyone going to the Poverty Law Prof Blog may be interested in the job postings.
So that there is a sense of the nature of the postings on the separate page, here is the first posting:
NCLEJ is Seeking Fellowship Candidates to Sponsor for September 2008
The National Center for Law and Economic Justice is interested in sponsoring new projects that address such issues as unfair treatment of persons with disabilities, the enforcement of critical civil rights and due process protections in the Food Stamp, Medicaid and welfare programs, and the protection of low wage workers. Fellows have helped get a number of these projects off the ground.
Center welcomes inquiries from law students entering their third year
or recent graduates who would like to discuss developing a project.
Please note that both Skadden and Equal Justice Works have specific
eligibility criteria. Please refer to the respective websites for
More information here.
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