The Women's Employment Right Clinic at GGU has two available spots for the fall semester! Those interested in applying can find the application on the GGU website HERE.
Tax Research Assistant - Paid
All research assistants are chosen directly by faculty members. Individual faculty members are responsible for publicizing any available research assistant positions. Golden Gate School of Law maintains a pool of qualified individuals who would like to provide research assistance. Serve as research assistant for School of Law faculty. Provide research, draft memos, and/or summary reviews as requested on various topics as defined by each professor. Research assistants work closely with faculty as defined by the professor. Conduct legal research and writing on a variety of topics at the direction of a School of Law Professor.
Applicants must have strong research skills and writing proficiency and demonstrated enthusiasm in the subject matter. If you are interested please email your resume and brief statement of interest as soon as possible to email@example.com.
Litigation Center Board Class Representatives - Unpaid
The Litigation Center is looking for 1L, 2L, 3L, and 4L representatives to attend monthly lunch planning meetings to join the board. We will have members of the Litigation Center, Society of Litigators, and the National Trial Team to plan guest speakers, trainings, and events. There will be four meetings each semester for planning purposes. We will also discuss the Litigation Center website and newsletter at these meetings.
This position will offer students the opportunity to have a voice in what the Litigation Center delivers to the GGU Law student body and to carry that voice to and from their class section.
Students interested in applying to this position should email a brief statement of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Co-Editor of the Litigation Center Quarterly Newsletter - Unpaid
Seeking a student to work as co-editor of the Litigation Center's quarterly newsletter, The Center Sheet. The co-editor would work alongside the Baxter Fellow in Litigation to publish the newsletter.
Duties include managing newsletter contributions from various student organizations and departments on campus and editing those contributions to prepare the newsletter for print. The co-editor may also be responsible for creating content for the publication.
This is a great position for someone who has experience in publishing or editing and who also has a strong interest in litigation. Students interested in the position should send a brief statement of interest to email@example.com.