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3Ls: ACE Rule of Law and Human Rights Fellowship at Human Rights First

August 29, 2014

With support from the ACE Charitable Foundation, Penn Law is providing a fully-paid one-year fellowship at Human Rights First in either their New York or Washington, D.C. office. As an ACE Rule of Law and Human Rights Fellow, you will have an unparalleled opportunity to launch your career at one of the most prestigious and effective human rights organizations in the United States. Working with HRF’s staff of attorneys and human rights specialists, you will focus on one of their core mission areas, such as internet freedom and privacy, national security and human rights, crimes against humanity, refugee and asylum work, business and human rights, and Egypt and the post-Arab Spring transition.  At the same time, you will hone your writing, research, analytical, advocacy, and litigation skills alongside some of the most talented professionals in the field. Graduating students and alumni up to three years out are eligible for this fellowship. Information about the application process can be found attached. Applications are due by September 30th, 2014. Please contact Caroline Ruhle with any questions.