The Guarini Center for Environmental, Energy and Land Use Law is pleased to announce a new fellowship for NYU Law students interested in sustainable energy law and policy.
The Guarini Center, housed at NYU School of Law, is an academic research center that advances energy and environmental policies to support the transition towards a sustainable economy. The Paul & Marie Napoli Student Fellow in Environmental Law and Policy (“Napoli Fellow”) will assist with our research efforts to develop policy and regulatory frameworks that will improve resiliency, promote the development of low-carbon energy resources, and protect maritime environments. We tackle issues at the City, State and international levels.
This fellowship is designed for promising law students with an interest in environment law and policy. The Napoli Fellow will be expected to produce a series of written papers directed at both policy and academic audiences; to assist in convening workshops, talks and conferences; and to engage energy policy leaders and constituencies in the New York region as well as elsewhere within NYU. In addition to excellent research and writing skills, applicants for the Napoli Fellowship should possess an ability to think creatively, generate innovative ideas that map out practical ways for implementation, and work as part of a team. Prior coursework and professional experience in environmental and/or energy issues is valued, but not essential.
The Napoli Fellow will be appointed for a one-year period beginning on or about January 15th and will receive a $10,000 stipend over the course of the calendar year. All current 1L and 2L students are eligible to apply.
Interested applicants should send: (1) cover letter; (2) resume; and (3) transcript (unofficial is fine) to email@example.com. Please include “Napoli Student Fellowship” in the subject of the email. Applications are due by September 29, 2021. Only candidates of interest will be contacted.
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