The Employee Rights Advocacy Institute For Law & Policy has launched its search for our 2013-2014 Paul H. Tobias Attorney Fellow. This two-year fellowship is based in The Institute’s San Francisco office.
To advance the next generation of employee rights advocates, The Paul H. Tobias Attorney Fellowship Program offers a new lawyer who embodies the spirit of NELA's founder, Paul H. Tobias, the opportunity to work on cutting-edge projects at The Institute. The Fellow will further, or in some situations may help to launch, The Institute's programs.
The Institute's core programmatic activity is our National Litigation Strategy Project ("NLSP"), which is devoted to combating inequality and injustice in the workplace. The PHT Fellow will help direct the work of our NLSP Task Force as it develops and implements the national litigation strategy, with particular emphasis on examining approaches for combating the high rate of pre- and post-trial dismissals of employment discrimination claims.
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