Immigration Law & Policy Fellow
The James E. Rogers College of Law at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona, is hiring a fellow for its Bacon Immigration Law and Policy Program to begin in the summer of 2016. The position is open to recent law graduates with at least two years of practice experience. The position is for one year, with a potential one-year extension.
The Fellow has primary responsibility for the Workers’ Rights Clinic, a law clinic that advocates for the rights of low-wage immigrant workers through direct service, public policy research, and community education and outreach. Responsibilities of the Fellow will include:
• Supervision of law students conducting intakes and providing follow up advocacy to low-wage immigrant workers in labor/employment matters;
• Litigation and representation in administrative proceedings on selected cases (wage and hour and discrimination);
• Continued development of relationships with community partners, including regular outreach presentations throughout the city and the region;
• Assistance in teaching and administering the clinic seminar.