International Legal Consortium Global Legal Fellowship Program 2021
The International Legal Consortium has launched a Global Legal Fellowship Program with a stipend, in collaboration with the O'Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law at Georgetown University, Washington, USA. The goal is to get on board lawyers to combat the global tobacco menace.
About the Fellowship
There are six positions for the Global Legal Fellowship Program, which will begin on 21st April 2021. Selected Fellows will receive a stipend on a quarterly basis. Initially, content will be provided in online mode only, while in-person training and direct mentorship may be provided later if international travel becomes safe.
Duration: 18 months, on a part-time basis, with four to six hours of training each week.
Who can apply - Eligibility criteria
- You must have a Law Degree.
- Preferably, you should have at least three years of post-qualification experience, although relevant pre-qualification experience will also be considered.
- You should be a lawyer currently working in a civil society organization, a government office, an academic institution or a law firm, with an interest in, and commitment to, public interest law. It is not necessary to have any prior tobacco control experience.
- You must have very good interpersonal skills, and excellent written and verbal English language skills.
- You should be a citizen and/or permanent resident of any one of these countries-