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Animal Law & Policy Program seeks RAs for Supreme Court Project

The Animal Law & Policy Program is seeking several research assistants to work on a time-sensitive project examining the broader implications of a constitutional challenge that will be heard by the U.S. Supreme Court concerning California’s Proposition 12, which requires that pork, veal, and egg products sold in the state meet minimum animal welfare standards.

The work will build upon the Program’s previous research on the Protect Interstate Commerce Act of 2018 (also known as the King Amendment) and allow students to undertake research, writing, and scholarly engagement on a fundamental constitutional issue furthering the mission of the Program.

The start date for this position is immediate.

The RAs should expect to work approximately 10 hours per week and will be paid at the standard HLS hourly rate. Interested students should send a resume and brief cover email to