The Environmental Law Institute is seeking a Director of Communications to support its efforts to realize environmental progress by leading all of the Institute’s communications initiatives. They work with everyone at the organization, from the President to interns, to ensure cohesive, strategic, and inspiring communications. They cultivate and maintain ELI’s organizational voice in a way that motivates people to act and helps position ELI to benefit fundraising,
ELI is seeking an Attorney who will work within Research & Policy generally but spend a significant portion of their time collaborating with ELI’s international programs. These programs engage with government, nongovernmental, and private sector stakeholders to help them improve the legal and institutional frameworks governing sustainable development at the international, national, and subnational levels. Current initiatives cover topics ranging from the sustainability of small-scale fisheries.
Research Associates at the Environmental Law Institute help grow dynamic initiatives in the environmental law and policy research space. The Research Associate position is a two-year entry-level position that begins in Summer 2023 and ends in Summer 2025. The Environmental Law Institute (ELI) is also accepting applications for other positions throughout its departments. Please see our website (http://www.eli.org/employment) for more information.
With generous support from Beveridge & Diamond PC, our summer law clerk program includes a funded position dedicated to students from traditionally underrepresented perspectives, including students from historically marginalized racial groups and/or economically disadvantaged communities. ELI summer law clerks, including the Beveridge & Diamond Diversity Law Clerk, work closely with ELI experts on domestic and international research projects spanning ELI’s full range of program areas. Law clerks
The Environmental Law Institute (ELI) is seeking an experienced Attorney to work on our portfolio of uniquely positioned environmental law and policy projects addressing critical environment and sustainable development challenges domestically and internationally. It is expected that this Attorney would focus particularly (but not exclusively) on ELI’s water and ocean programs.
Environmental Law Institute is committed to continuously building an anti-racist culture that promotes diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging in our work life. The Human Resources Director, People & Equity will center these values when implementing Human Resources (HR) systems, executing day-to-day tasks and responsibilities, and leading cultural change within the Institute. More specifically, this role will focus on talent recruitment and management and organizational culture.
Environmental Law Institute (ELI) is seeking Law Clerks for the summer of 2023 to assist with our portfolio of uniquely positioned environmental law and policy projects addressing critical environmental and sustainable development challenges domestically and internationally.
Environmental Law Institute (ELI) is seeking Law Clerks for the spring of 2023 to assist with our portfolio of uniquely positioned environmental law and policy projects addressing critical environmental and sustainable development challenges domestically and internationally.
The Public Interest Law Fellow works closely with other ELI attorneys and professionals, including our U.S. and international partners, to advance environmental protection, the rule of law, and environmental justice. The work frequently requires considering how environmental protection is affected by other laws and policies that are related to environment and society — e.g., those governing energy, taxation, land use, human rights, and governance and administration. We offer both a one-year and
As a part of ELI’s Education team, the Senior Manager of Attorney Training’s primary objective is to help develop and deliver programs for members consistent with ELI’s mission, with a focus on developing ELI’s Annual Boot Camps and CLE events. Associated tasks involve tracking current events and legal policies relevant to environmental law and policy, as well as developing concepts and write-ups for trainings, master classes, programs, major conferences, and cosponsored conferences.