This week’s Weekly Docket features three job opportunities and the LGBT Bar’s Lavender Law Conference and Career Fair. If you want guidance in applying for any of these opportunities, please reach out to the CDO!
Job Opportunity: Koch Associate Program (KAP) in Washington, DC, Apply ASAP
KAP was my first job out of law school and is a great launch pad for a career in law, policy, or politics. You will get placed in a libertarian or conservative organization in DC, get leadership training, benefits, and a competitive salary
Our 10-month associate program offers professionals the opportunity to gain real-world experience and have a lasting impact on the issues that matter most through paid, full-time work experience. You’ll take your skills to the next level with leadership and professional training and our exclusive curriculum on Market-Based Management®, the philosophy that built Koch Industries into one of the most successful private companies in the world. Participants also engage with readings and discussions on the ideas of a free and open society that help people accomplish their full potential and maximize their social contribution.
If you’re interested in applying, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Job Opportunity: Congressional Black Caucus Fellowship, April 22 Deadline
LGBT Bar Lavender Law Conference & Career Fair
The LGBT Bar is hosting their signature event in August in New York. Register here.
Job Opportunity: Municipal Art Society of New York, Ralph C. Menapace Fellowship, May 1 Deadline
The fellowship gives recent law school graduates an opportunity to acquire first-hand experience in the legislative process, litigation, and advocacy before New York’s regulatory bodies. It provides the intensive learning experience of a judicial clerkship with a greater opportunity for independent, creative work in finding solutions to new and persistent problems in urban life.
The Menapace Fellow will work under the guidance of MAS’s General Counsel and our Law Committee, which comprises distinguished attorneys with expertise in preservation, zoning, land use and government. The Fellow will be involved in legislative work, litigation, and the preparation and delivery of testimony in proceedings before state and federal administrative bodies, as well as the City Planning Commission, Landmarks Preservation Commission, Board of Standards & Appeals, and the City Council. The Fellow will also serve as in-house counsel, assisting in corporate and non-profit law matters for the MAS.
The Fellow’s term, to commence in summer 2018, will run for a mandatory two-year period. The Fellowship is a salaried position, commensurate with a judicial clerkship, and standard MAS benefits. The Fellow will work with staff in the MAS office at 488 Madison Avenue in Manhattan. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter indicating the basis of their interest, a resume, legal writing sample (no longer than ten pages), and transcript by May 1, 2018 to Robert Libbey, Municipal Art Society, 488 Madison Avenue, 1900, New York, New York, 10022.
Read more here.