[Law-envtlcert] Environmental Opportunities for Law Students

Hatcher, Lindsey LHatcher at law.fsu.edu
Tue Sep 15 12:11:02 EDT 2015

Sent on behalf of Shi-Ling Hsu, John W. Larson Professor of Law and Associate Dean of Environmental Programs:

Dear Environmental Certificate Students,

Please see the advertisement below from the Environmental Law Institute (ELI) in Washington, DC.

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The Environmental Law Institute (ELI), based in Washington, DC, is accepting applications for several positions that may be of interest to law students considering careers in environmental law and policy. Please feel free to share this information broadly.

Public Interest Law Fellowship. Each year, ELI hires one or more recent law school graduates to work closely with the Institute's attorneys and other professionals to advance environmental protection through the effective use of law and policy. Successful candidates for the one-year fellowship will have a strong academic background, superior legal research and writing skills, and a demonstrated interest in environmental issues. Applications for 2016-17 are now being accepted through October 30, 2015.

Law Clerkships. ELI offers clerkship positions for law students during the summer as well as during the spring and fall semesters. Law clerks work closely with ELI experts on domestic and international research projects spanning the Institute's full range of program areas. The position involves conducting legal and policy research, drafting memoranda, attending and reporting on briefings and current events, and assisting in the preparation of reports and other published materials. Acceptance for the spring is rolling, and we will begin reviewing applications for the summer on October 15, 2015. Additionally, Beveridge & Diamond PC provides financial support for one ELI law clerk during the summer. This Henry L. Diamond B&D Law Clerk position is open to students from traditionally underrepresented perspectives, including minority students and students from disadvantaged households. The deadline for applications is October 15, 2015. 

For more information about any of these positions, or to apply, please visit: http://www.eli.org/employment

The Environmental Law Institute is strongly committed to providing equal employment opportunity and to achieving an inclusive, diverse workplace that values every individual.

Scott Schang
Executive Vice President
Editor-in-Chief, Environmental Law Reporter Environmental Law Institute
1730 M St., NW, Ste. 700
Washington, DC  20036
202-939-3868 (f)

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