2019 Legal Innovation Fellows
Interested in developing a new strategy for human rights and environmental accountability?
CAL’s new Legal Innovation Fellowship program is a three month experience, allowing you to research and develop your own strategies for human rights and environmental accountability in global supply chains, in a supportive and risk-tolerant environment. In our pilot program, four fellows will be housed in CAL’s Legal Design Lab in Chicago. Each fellow will receive $2500 per month ($7500 total).
Each fellow will propose a project, which we will assess through a three-step process: (1) fellows will submit applications explaining their idea and qualifications; (2) a group of finalists will be contacted for interviews; and (3) as necessary, CAL staff will present finalist ideas to relevant advisors, pro bono partners and other colleagues to assist in final determinations.
2019 Fall Internship
If you are currently in law school and interested in interning with us, please click on the link below.
This internship is part-time. Interns are asked to commit for a minimum of 10 hours per week for a minimum of ten weeks. Although the timing is flexible, the student will ideally begin in September 2019 and intern through December 2019.