FAF is now accepting submissions for the Open Government Fellowship
The First Amendment Foundation, a small non-profit organization dedicated to protecting and advancing the public’s constitutional right to open government, has a legal fellowship position available for 2L and 3L law students. The Weiss Legal Fellow works directly with the FAF president and staff attorney on open government issues and will actively track and analyze legislation during the 2021 legislative session. The fellowship is a full-time position during the second semester of the 2020-2021 school year, and potentially eligible for credit depending on the law school’s programs. Fellows are paid a small stipend and will be selected on the basis of academic achievement and communication skills, a demonstrated interest in public policy, and a commitment to public service. In light of the current pandemic, interviews will be conducted via Zoom, and FAF will work with the Fellow to work closely but safely with its staff, as conditions allow.
Please submit your resume and a short writing sample by September 30 to email@example.com.