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Summer Analysts & Associates

Summer 2018

Working closely with the Director, summer program analysts and associates will have the exciting opportunity to support the seed stage of the Corrections Accountability Project at the Urban Justice Center. Summer program analysts and associates will conduct research related to the commercial interests embedded in our criminal legal system, engaging with criminal justice stakeholders from corrections administrators to incarcerated people. Interested summer program analysts and associates will also have an opportunity to draft legal writing samples, conduct financial analyses, author blog posts and op-eds, and/or assist with advocacy campaigns.

QualificationS

  • Summer program analysts must be current undergraduate students.
  • Summer program associates must be current graduate students.

Dedicated to developing innovative approaches to dissolving the prison industrial complex, we invite candidates with a wide array of skill sets, including those that may be unique in the legal environment, to apply. Candidates should also have strong analytical, research, and writing skills. Most importantly, candidates must be deeply committed to effecting radical change in the criminal justice arena and energized by a startup atmosphere.

Candidates must be eligible for degree credits, pro bono hours, external funding, or be otherwise supported as this is an unpaid position. Candidate splitting their summer or available for short-term periods are welcome to apply.  

To apply, please send a cover letter, resume, and writing sample to info@correctionsaccountability.org by March 31, 2018.


Post-Grad Fellows

fall 2018

The Corrections Accountability Project is interested in hosting fellows applying to post-grad fellowships (e.g. Skadden, Equal Justice Works, etc.).

QualificationS

Dedicated to developing innovative approaches to dissolving the prison industrial complex, we invite candidates with a wide array of skillsets, including those that may be unique in the legal environment, to apply. Candidates should also have strong analytical, research, and writing skills. Most importantly, candidates must be deeply committed to effecting radical change in the criminal justice arena and energized by a startup atmosphere.

Projects

We are interested in all projects that explore the commercial interests embedded in our criminal legal system, particularly those that aim to dissolve the carceral industry and restore economic value in low-income communities plagued by mass incarceration. We welcome projects that employ unconventional approaches. We encourage candidates to propose their own passion projects, but we are also happy to work with strong candidates to develop successful fellowship projects.  

To apply, please send a cover letter, resume, project brief (1-page), and writing sample to info@correctionsaccountability.org.