The deadline to apply for a 2018 summer associate position is February 23!
Join the Crag team for Summer 2018! We are looking for 1L, 2L, 2E and 3E law students with a commitment to and proficiency in environmental, natural resources, and administrative law.
The Summer Associates will assist one or more of our six attorneys on litigation and advocacy projects involving federal and/or state environmental laws, including NEPA, the Clean Water Act, Clean Air Act, National Forest Management Act, land use laws, public trust doctrine, and more. The work will involve conducting legal research, drafting pleadings, memoranda and/or correspondence, and assisting the attorneys in preparing for argument in state and federal courts. Summer Associates may also be involved with organizing client campaigns, outreach and education activities, site visits, and fieldwork.
Qualifications: Excellent legal research and analytical skills. Strong oral and written communication abilities. Demonstrated commitment to public interest conservation work, with past work for a conservation or non-profit group a plus. Strong work ethic and ability to work in a healthy yet high intensity work environment. Crag highly values diversity, and seeks candidates that will contribute to the creation of an equitable, diverse, and inclusive office culture.
Crag maintains a team-oriented, collegial work environment. We strongly encourage people of color, people with disabilities, LGBTQ and anyone with a passion for protecting our environment and serving the public to apply for our positions. Our interns have gone on to work for a wide variety of organizations, including federal and state governments, federal and state judges, national conservation groups, local citizen groups, Native tribes and labor unions.
Summer Associates typically work 40 hours a week for 10-12 weeks. Each Summer Associate is expected to secure their own funding and most receive public interest scholarships through their school or other sources.
To apply: Please email as one Adobe PDF document a cover letter, resume, list of three references, and short writing sample (3-5 pages) to courtney[at]crag.org. Applications should be submitted by February 23, 2018.