Professor Meg Satterthwaite seeks one or two NYU Law student Research Assistants for the fall semester to work on projects examining human rights advocacy, resilience, data for empowerment, the rights to water and sanitation, and legal empowerment methods. The student(s) should be available for approximately 10-15 hours of work per week and must be willing to do cite and substance checking work as well as substantive research.
Professor Satterthwaite seeks applicants with excellent research and writing skills, plus one or more of the following: experience in human rights advocacy and familiarity with the human rights field, familiarity with systematic qualitative (especially qualitative coding) or quantitative analysis (basic statistical analysis), background in psychology. Any class level eligible; must be a matriculated NYU Law student.
Please submit a resume, transcript, and cover letter *addressing the qualifications specified* to Isha Rodriguez: email@example.com