The Research Attorney will work on grant-funded projects that the Marine Affairs Institute and Rhode Island Sea Grant Legal Program are conducting to support: sustainable and effective management of fisheries and aquaculture resources in Rhode Island and New England; and coastal resilience.  The Research Attorney will be responsible for conducting legal and policy research, meeting with government officials and stakeholders, and creating reports, outreach materials, and other materials as needed to carry out the projects.  This position in grant-funded for 12 months and is non-renewable.   Conduct research on policy, laws, and regulations related to fisheries and aquaculture. Work with Sea Grant programs, state agencies, and local governments in New England to assess ch

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