The CROWN Fellow will work on a variety of projects under the direction of attorneys within the County Counsel’s Office. The position will allow the Fellow to gain “hands on” public agency experience while working on interesting and challenging projects. The position offers the possibility of both challenging research and working in close contact with policymakers and staff. In addition, the Fellow will have the opportunity to rotate between the Office’s four practice groups (Litigation, Land Use, Infrastructure, and Health & Human Services) to get a wide variety of experience. We encourage third-year students and recent graduates who have graduated within the prior 2 years who have a passion for public law to consider applying for the Fellowship position.
Term and Compensation:
Fellows will be selected for a one-year term, beginning in the Fall of 2017. The fellowship is a paid position with an hourly range of $25.80 – $31.35 for the 12-month fellowship term.