Daniel H. Renberg Law Fellow
The Williams Institute seeks a career law fellow to engage in cutting-edge and high-quality research and analysis related to litigation, legislation, and policy developments concerning sexual orientation and gender identity in the United States. The Daniel. H. Renberg Law Fellow will further the Williams Institute’s mission by producing impactful legal and multi-disciplinary research on discrimination and disparities facing LGBTQ populations, LGBTQ families, criminal justice, and immigration, among other issues. The Law Fellow will disseminate research through scholarly publications, amicus briefs, public speaking, and other means.
Under the direct supervision of the Williams Institute Executive Director or her designee, the candidate serves as an Executive Administrator and provides high-level administrative support to the Executive Director and Williams Institute department. Job duties can include comprehensive calendar duties, meeting preparation, travel, reimbursements, and executive correspondence, as well as other tasks as assigned. The candidate will assist as necessary with various special and/or seasonal projects including but not limited to administrative facets of events and programs and communications. In addition, the candidate serves as the direct liaison to campus departments on administrative matters as required.
The Williams Institute is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, ethnicity, sex, disability, height, weight, religion, age, sexual orientation, gender, pregnancy, gender identity, marital status or veteran status in employment.