Fair and Just Prosecution is continuing to add to our team. We encourage individuals interested in helping further our work to look for announcements of future employment opportunities on our website. FJP is an equal opportunity employer.
Legal and Policy Roles
Fair and Just Prosecution is hiring Research and Policy Fellows and Senior Research and Policy Associates who will work closely with the rest of the FJP team in supporting, conducting outreach to, and providing research and technical assistance for recently elected prosecutors. Ideal candidates will be collaborative individuals eager to assist with a range of tasks including: research, production of written materials, organizing site visits and DA convenings, interviews with subject matter experts, and supporting other learning opportunities and partnerships aimed at promoting new thinking in prosecutor offices led by exciting justice system change agents. These are remote positions and candidates in any geographic region will be considered. Click here to read the full job descriptions and apply. Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled.
FJP is looking for passionate law students to participate in its Summer Fellows Program. The program places rising 2L and 3L FJP Summer Fellows in summer clerkship positions in the offices of some of the most inspiring elected prosecutors around the country, including the District Attorney and Prosecuting Attorney Offices in Philadelphia, Boston, Corpus Christi, and Seattle, among others. Summer Fellows will be part of a cohort of accomplished law students from around the nation interested in criminal justice reform and will have a unique opportunity to receive hands-on experience working on criminal cases and other assignments typical of internships in prosecutor’s offices, while also undertaking a policy reform project on an issue of interest to that office. The Program is designed for students interested in exploring careers in criminal justice reform who have a passion for justice and fairness; can bring greater diversity of thought, background, and experience to a prosecutor’s office; recognize the central role that the prosecutor has in shaping our criminal justice priorities; and are interested in influencing this new thinking at this opportune moment in criminal justice reform.