PILPG offers exceptional opportunities for attorneys and other professionals to work on its projects around the world. Open positions are posted on this site along with application instructions, and may also be found on PILPG’s Twitter and Facebook accounts.
PILPG maintains a consultant database of qualified applicants with the skills and expertise to implement PILPG projects. PILPG utilizes this database to contact qualified individuals regarding new career and consulting opportunities with PILPG and its strategic partners. PILPG generally requires that professionals have at least five years of experience, strong program management skills, and an expertise in their field.
Candidates for the consultant database should submit a resume and contact information to email@example.com. The words “Consultant Database Submission” should be included in the subject line. Submissions to the consultant database will not be considered applications for open positions, but will be reviewed on an ongoing basis as opportunities arise.
Mid-Career Law Firm Fellows
PILPG’s Mid-Career Law Firm Fellow Program allows mid-career attorneys working for law firms the opportunity to spend six months to two years working in PILPG’s Washington, D.C., New York, or overseas offices.
PILPG accepts fellows in its D.C., New York, and overseas offices. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis, and positions are offered based on the needs of PILPG’s offices and clients. Law Fellows must have funding from their current firm for public interest work. PILPG does not compensate fellows for their assistance.
To apply for a mid-career fellowship, candidates should submit a resume, cover letter, and information about their source of funding to PILPG’s Pro Bono Director, Ms. Brett Edwards, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
PILPG’s Law Fellows Program provides an opportunity for early-career lawyers to spend six months to one year working in PILPG’s Washington, D.C.; New York; or overseas offices. Law Fellows are recent law school graduates who provide pro bono legal services to PILPG’s clients and gain experience in the field of public international law.
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis, and positions are offered based on the needs of PILPG’s offices and clients. PILPG does not compensate fellows for their assistance. Interested applicants must be accepted as a fellow with PILPG before applying for funding from a third party to work with PILPG. If an applicant already has funding to do general public interest work, he or she should follow the application process that follows.
To apply for a law fellowship, candidates should submit a resume, cover letter, transcript, and writing sample to PILPG’s Pro Bono Director, Ms. Brett Edwards, at email@example.com.
PILPG’s Summer Associate Program provides law students with exposure to the field of public international law. Summer Associates spend ten weeks working in PILPG’s Washington, D.C., office, working on PILPG projects.
The Summer Associate Program is open to students who have completed one or two years of law school. Application requirements and deadlines are posted at law schools and on PSLawNet beginning in January for the upcoming summer. Questions about the program can be directed to PILPG’s Pro Bono Director, Ms. Brett Edwards, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
PILPG’s Internship Program provides recent college graduates and current students the opportunity to become familiar with the field of public international law. Interns spend six to twelve weeks working in PILPG’s Washington, D.C. office.
To submit an application, send a resume, cover letter, and writing sample to email@example.com. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
PILPG is an Equal Opportunity Employer.