Cohen Milstein is one of the country’s premier plaintiff firms. With more than 90 lawyers in six offices, we specialize in groundbreaking and high-stakes litigation in the areas of Antitrust, Civil Rights and Employment, Consumer Protection, Securities Fraud and Investor Protection, Employee Benefits, Qui Tam/False Claims Act, International Human Rights, Catastrophic Injury, and matters representing state attorneys general in civil law enforcement investigations and litigation.
Cohen Milstein’s Washington, D.C. office has an opening for a Fellow in the Civil Rights & Employment Practice Group, which works to protect the rights of victims in civil rights and workplace law violations. The Fellowship is one year in duration for a recent law-school graduate with a start date in January 2020.
The Civil Rights and Employment Fellow will be located in our Washington, DC office.
We seek recent law graduates and judicial clerks who share our commitment to performing the highest quality legal work to advance the public good.
Applicants should have strong academic credentials, superior analytical, research, writing, and verbal communication skills, and demonstrated experience working collaboratively. Applicants must be able to commit to one year of service to be considered. Applicants must be (1) admitted to the bar of a state, territory, or district of the United States; (2) awaiting exam results or admission after taking a bar exam; or (3) preparing to sit for the next available bar exam.
Compensation and Benefits
The Civil Rights and Employment Fellow will receive a salary of $75,000 annually and will be eligible to participate in the Firm’s full benefits package.
To apply please submit a cover letter containing a statement of interest, resume, law school transcript, and writing sample. Please advise us of your bar-admission status in your cover letter.
Application materials should be submitted in the order outlined above, and as a single PDF document, to email@example.com. Please include “Civil Rights Fellow” in the subject line of your email.
Cohen Milstein is an equal opportunity employer committed to promoting a diverse workplace. We strongly encourage women, people of color, and other candidates from under-represented backgrounds to apply.