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Fellowship in Climate Change Law
The Sabin Center for Climate Change Law is seeking a research scholar for a two-year fellowship at Columbia Law School beginning on September 1, 2018. Under the supervision of Michael Gerrard, Faculty Director and Michael Burger, Executive Director, the fellow will conduct independent research, literature reviews, and benchmarking studies on a wide variety of issues related to Climate Change Law, as well as develop and implement advocacy strategies. Fellows work on a wide variety of research and writing projects concerning climate change mitigation and adaptation; contribute to advocacy-oriented programs and projects; help organize conferences, seminars, and collaborative publications; contribute to conceptualization, management and implementation of the Center's web resources; and assist with oversight of interns and volunteers, among other projects.
Each fellow is employed as either a Postdoctoral Research Scholar or an Associate Research Scholar. In both instances the minimum degree requirement is a JD, JD equivalent, or LLM within three years of beginning the fellowship. A candidate will be eligible for an appointment as Associate Research Scholar only if they have already completed a fellowship or postdoctoral training following their law degree. Strong academic qualifications and a background in environmental, natural resources or energy law and policy will be expected.
How to apply:
Applications for the 2018 Fellowship Program can be made online through Columbia University's Recruitment of Academic Personnel System (RAPS) here.
We strongly encourage people of color, women, l/g/b/t/q individuals, and those with disabilities to apply.