About the Center
The mission of Stanford’s Center for Racial Justice is to bring diverse stakeholders together to produce research and develop leaders in furtherance of racial justice. Through a combination of teaching, research, and co-curricular student programming, the Center will identify and pursue policy reforms that address discrimination and subordination, while supporting the next generation of leaders for the field and the academy.
Stanford Law School is seeking a committed program director (ideally a racial justice lawyer) to help launch this new Center, who understands the important and exciting opportunity of leveraging the resources of our school and Stanford University, to address emerging and entrenched issues of racial subordination, while training students, lawyers, and academics who will be prepared to advance racial justice.
Working with the Faculty and Executive Directors of the SCRJ, the Program Director of the Center will:
Education & Experience:
Bachelor’s degree and three years of relevant experience, or combination of education and relevant experience. JD and several years of experience working as an attorney in civil rights or a related field highly preferred.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Experience with developing and conducting programs, training adults, and analyzing data as well as legal theories. Excellent interpersonal skills and high level of emotional intelligence, including the ability to work with others from diverse backgrounds and with diverse perspectives. Experience working with, supervising, training, and/or mentoring law school-age students, in an academic or workplace setting. Proven commitment to advancing racial justice.
A successful candidate for this position will have:
How to Apply
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About the Center
The mission of Stanford’s Center for Racial Justice is to bring diverse stakeholders together to produce research and develop leaders in furtherance of racial justice. Through a combination of teaching, research, and…