Employment Opportunities

Spring 2015 Semester Paid GSRs Needed For Criminal Justice and Immigration Projects    

The Warren Institute is seeking students to assist on the following projects:    

▪ The Intersection of Immigration Enforcement and Local Policing:  In partnership with the Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society, the Warren Institute is developing a methodology to assess the repercussions of immigration enforcement by local police.  Students should have experience with or an understanding of policy research and surveys, ideally in the areas of immigration or criminal justice.  Students will assist with background research and outreach to identify possible sites for a community survey; students will also assist with development of survey questions.  We are hiring 1-2 students for 8-10 hours per week for the spring semester.    

▪ Juvenile Indigent Defense:  The Warren Institute is working with the County of Los Angeles to evaluate the Public Defender and panel counsel systems utilized to represent indigent juveniles in the County.  Students should have some understanding of how a criminal case progresses through the system.  Students will assist with research regarding standards of indigent defense for juveniles, engage in outreach to comparison jurisdictions, assist with interviews and write portions of the analysis. We are hiring 2-3 students for 8–10 hours per week for spring semester.      

To apply for a GSR position, please forward a resume and cover letter with subject "Spring GSR [Applicant Name] to Elaine Mui at emui@law.berkeley.edu.  The Warren Institute does not cover fee remission; total hours worked for the semester must not be greater than 170.