FAIR Fellowship

Summary

The Foundation for Advocacy Inclusion and Resources (FAIR) is accepting applications for its sixth annual FAIR Fellowship, which will enable a new attorney to work full-time for two consecutive six-month terms at (1) Legal Aid at Work and (2) a law practice affiliated with the California Employment Lawyers Association (CELA), an organization of more than 1200 workers’ rights advocates throughout California. FAIR will fund a Fellow with salary and benefits during the first six months the fellow is working at Legal Aid at Work. The applicant will then be matched with a CELA affiliated firm for the second six month term and be paid a salary and benefits by that entity.

Applicants must have superior academic qualifications, be members of the California Bar (or anticipating becoming members by fall 2020), be committed to a career in social justice, and have 0-3 years of legal experience. Preference will be given to applicants with diverse backgrounds, demonstrated interest in employment law, clinical and/or pro bono and social justice interests, and plans to practice in California. Foreign language abilities and judicial clerkships/externships are also valued.

DEADLINE: The deadline for submitting ALL application materials is MONDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2019.

Any materials not received by October 21 will be disregarded.

Award decision will be made by November 22, 2019.

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