Anti-Discrimination Center Summer Fellowships for Columbia 2Ls at Public Interest Law Firms
Tuesday, October 08, 2013 12:10 PM EDT
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Summer fellowships for Columbia second year students were established by the Anti-Discrimination Center (ADC) to provide the opportunity to work at a private public interest law firm in New York City whose practice includes a significant component of housing or employment discrimination work. ADC is a civil rights not-for-profit based in New York City that consults throughout the country about litigation and advocacy across a broad range of discrimination issues in housing, employment, and public accommodations. Craig Gurian, ADC's Executive Director, and representatives of the two firms at which fellows can work in Summer 2014 will speak about their civil rights practices and provide information about the fellowships. (Applications are due on October 28th.)
A non-pizza lunch will be served. Hosted by SJI.