Monday, August 24, 2009

Student Fellows Wanted for the Kuramatsu Center

The Korematsu Center for Law and Equality will be hiring at least two work-study eligible students to be Student Fellows of the Center. The duties will include working on the Korematsu Center’s advocacy projects, where Student Fellows will (1) help develop amicus strategy; (2) research issues and draft portions of the brief; and (3) engage in public education and community organizing to secure sign-ons by community groups. Other duties will include helping with Korematsu Center events and other projects.

Information about the Korematsu Center can be found at

Student Fellows will be expected to work 8-10 hours a week. Compensation will be at the School of Law work study rates.

Interested 2L or 3L students should send their resume, a detailed cover letter that expresses their interest, their qualifications, and their past work or involvement in social justice activities, and a copy of their unofficial transcript to by Friday, September 4, 2009.