Primary GFI Mentor: Jessica Almy
Duration: 35-40 hours per week for 10 weeks
Start date: May or June 2018
Purpose: The purpose of this internship will be to support the work of GFI’s Policy Department to promote a healthy, humane, and sustainable food supply through regulatory and legislative reform. Specifically, the legal intern will support GFI’s policy initiatives to level the playing field for plant-based meat and ensure a clear and efficient regulatory pathway for clean meat.
Activities: The main activities of this internship are: 1) legal research to support GFI’s regulatory strategy in the United States and abroad; and 2) creation of materials to support legislative advocacy.
Deliverables: By the end of the summer, the intern will have produced a variety of written products, including legal memoranda addressing legal issues pertaining to food labeling and regulation in the United States and abroad.
Learning Objectives: The primary learning objective is for the intern to develop expertise in how food is regulated in the United States. You may also learn about the U.S. legislative process and administrative law in other countries.
What We’re Looking For: We are looking for a smart, highly motivated law student to help us make a difference. We’re flexible about geographic location—you’ll work from home. As with all our positions, women, people of color, people with disabilities, and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply.
Compensation: This position is unpaid.