(Two Funded 1-yr positions giving priority to applicants of color) Conservation Law Foundation (CLF) invites applicants for its Charlotte E. Ray Legal Fellowships. CLF’s Charlotte E. Ray Legal Fellowship is a one-year fellowship that honors the memory of Charlotte E. Ray, a trailblazer and Howard University graduate who became the first African-American female lawyer in 1872. This position is ideal for third-year law students, judicial clerks, or recent law school graduates. Strong preference will be given to racially and ethnically diverse applicants. Candidates with a commitment to environmental advocacy or social justice are encouraged to apply. CLF has worked to protect New England’s environment for the benefit of all people and future generations since 1966.

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