April 3 deadline–fellowships, fellowships, fellowships

Exciting opportunities to apply to work in a public sector fellowship post-graduation are available to the class of 2019 right now!

Application period OPEN: Colorado Civil Justice Corps

The CCJC is a post-graduate fellowship program only for Denver Law students that will place class of 2019 graduates with selected Colorado nonprofits for two years to provide civil legal services to clients who are victims of crime. Participating nonprofits are:

  • Alpine Legal Services
  • Colorado Legal Services
  • Project Safeguard
  • Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network
  • Rocky Mountain Victim Law Center

Click here for more info, job descriptions, and application instructions. This position is also listed in Symplicity as #19041. Applications are due APRIL 3.

Application period opens MONDAY MARCH 25: Denver City Attorney Fellowships

This is an opportunity for Denver Law 2019 graduates to work for one year with the Denver City Attorney. You can apply to any unit in the office, which include family law, prosecution, airport law, municipal law, policy, and more! This position will open on March 25. Applications are due APRIL 3. Apply in Symplicity, search for job # 19042.

Applications being accepted: Ralph L. Carr Appellate Fellowship

The Colorado Attorney General is accepting applications for Ralph L. Carr Appellate Fellowships, to begin in October 2019. The Department will be accepting four Carr Fellows: two for one-year terms, and two for two-year terms.

Carr Fellows work directly with Colorado’s Solicitor General in preparing briefs and oral arguments, working on cutting edge, multi-state litigation, and advising the Attorney General and state officials about a wide variety of federal and state constitutional issues.Carr Fellows also work with the Office’s Criminal Appeals Section, where they will brief approximately twenty-five appeals each year, and conduct several oral arguments. This is a great opportunity for Carr Fellows to work closely with some of the state’s most experienced appellate advocates, and obtain extensive brief-writing experience at the outset of their legal careers.

Click here to learn more. Applications are due April 5.

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