The Conservation Law Center at Indiana University is pleased to announce it is now seeking applications for the inaugural Nancy C. Ralston Conservation Law Fellowship.
This position will be used to help advance CLC’s mission to protect important natural habitats, freshwater ecosystems, and sensitive species. CLC is committed to equal opportunity and inclusion for groups that are historically under-represented at professional levels within the field of conservation, including women and people of color, who are strongly encouraged to apply.
To be qualified, a candidate should either be a recent law school graduate (within 5 years) or current law student expecting to graduate by spring 2022. Strong candidates will have excellent legal research, writing, and analytical skills, and demonstrated commitment to conservation and environmental causes. We value applicants who have a broad range of interests and experience, along with a desire to make a career in the field of conservation.