The Harvard Law School Food Law and Policy Clinic is now accepting applications for a Clinical Fellow to start in Summer of 2024! Applicants with a JD or LLM degree (or who will obtain their degree by the start date) are encouraged to apply.

The Fellowship will be located at the Harvard Law School in Cambridge, MA, is a full-time position, and the Fellowship will last for 2 years from the start date.

Clinical Fellows work under the supervision of the Associate Director of the Food Law and Policy Clinic (FLPC) and with the FLPC Director, staff, and students on a broad range of international, federal, state, and local food policy projects. The Fellow position offers ample opportunity for professional development through opportunities to enhance research, writing, and oral advocacy, developing expertise in particular issue areas, becoming familiar with a broad range of policy advocacy strategies, educating and mentoring law students, and working closely with outside partners and other leaders in the food law and policy field. FLPC advances a cross-sector, multi-disciplinary, and inclusive approach to its work, with projects and collaborations that fall within one or more of FLPC’s four initiative areas: Food Waste and Food Recovery, Food Access and Nutrition, Climate and Sustainability, and Food System Justice.

This role is best suited for an individual with strong interpersonal skills who is comfortable collaborating and working in teams. They should demonstrate a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion through continuous development, modeling inclusive behaviors, and proactively managing bias. The ideal candidate will also exhibit strong writing and editing skills, attention to detail, time management, and creative problem solving.

Applications are due January 19, 2024. Learn more here: