Two part-time positions are available. The RAs will assist with three projects: finalizing research for a book chapter on a technology for reducing carbon dioxide emissions to the environment; conducting research at the intersection of law and science and preparing documents to support the efforts of citizens endeavoring to protect the environment (e.g., manual, model complaint, model FOIA requests); and, helping with research for and preparation of materials for the fall clinic course.
The start and end dates are flexible. Ideally, at least one RA would begin in May.
RAs may work remotely with regular check-ins. RAs will be paid at the standard HLS hourly rate. The expectation is that each RA will work approximately 20 hours/week.
Applicants must possess outstanding academic credentials as well as excellent research and writing skills. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis.
Please apply by sending the following materials to the Clinic Director, Prof. Wendy Jacobs, at firstname.lastname@example.org, with a copy to Jacqueline Calahong at email@example.com:
- A cover letter describing your interest and relevant experience;
- Writing sample; and
- Law school transcript