(On the Job! pays occasional notice to interesting intlaw job notices) Recent law school graduates interested in law teaching are being sought as applicants for the Center for Reproductive Rights–Columbia Law School Fellowship.
This full-time, 2-year Fellowship, which will begin in July 2010, is designed to prepare recent law school graduates for legal academic careers, with a focus on reproductive health and human and human rights. Affiliated with both the center and the law school, Fellows will have work space at both locations and will be assigned a law school faculty mentor. In addition to helping with the work of the center, Fellows will pursue independent research and scholarship in preparation for entering the legal academic job market at the conclusion of their first Fellowship year. Fellows are expected to produce a work of serious scholarship during their Fellowship tenure.
Eligible applicants must:
► Have earned a J.D. degree from an accredited law school in the United States; and
► Show a strong interest in developing a research agenda related to reproductive health and human rights, as well as exceptional promise as a legal scholar.
The application deadline is February 1, 2010. Details on the Center are at the Center's website; contact/e-mail information is here.