job opp – Georgetown’s Federal Legislationa and Administrative Clinic seeks National Security/Foreign Affairs Fellow (SEP. 27th deadline)

September 13, 2010

* Job Opening – Georgetown Law seeks Graduate Clinical Teaching Fellow and Legislative Lawyer with an emphasis on national security and foreign affairs

National Security / Foreign Affairs

Graduate Clinical Teaching Fellow and Legislative Lawyer

Federal Legislation and Administrative Clinic

Georgetown University Law Center

The Federal Legislation and Administrative Clinic (FLAC) at the Georgetown University Law Center seeks a bar-admitted legislative lawyer to supervise advanced law students during a graduate clinical teaching fellowship starting January 2011. Candidates must have excellent analytical, writing, and interpersonal skills, and keen interest in all of the following: clinical teaching, legislation, and the national security / foreign affairs field. Candidates must be admitted to the District of Columbia bar as of the start of the fellowship, or be admitted in another jurisdiction with an application to waive into the D.C. bar pending. The duration of the fellowship is negotiable and may be one half year, 1.5 years, or 2.5 years. Fellows who successfully complete a fellowship of 2.5 years receive an LL.M. The fellow receives an annual stipend of approximately $50,000 (taxable, and pro-rated during the first academic term), health and dental benefits, and all tuition and fees for the LL.M. program. The fellow supervises approximately five students and works with the FLAC director and national security / foreign affairs clients on important real-world policy and legislative initiatives. More information about the clinical fellowship may be found at moss. Interested candidates who previously applied for a FLAC fellowship should communicate their continued interest along with any relevant updates to their files.

Dakota S. Rudesill

Visiting Associate Professor

Interim Director, Federal Legislation and Administrative Clinic

Georgetown University Law Center

111 F Street NW, Room 340

Washington, D.C. 20001-2095

(202) 662-9597 o

(651) 925-6257 c