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.

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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

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