And knew more about Liberia than I picked up from listening to its interim president, this would be awesome:
The Government of Liberia
Overview/Qualifications: The Government of Liberia, working in cooperation with the John Snow, Inc. Research and Training Institute (JSI R&T) and the Center for Global Development (CGD), is seeking 3 young professionals with strong legal backgrounds to serve as Law Fellows working in the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) in Liberia for one year. This job presents a unique opportunity to work on substantive projects on a range of progressive legal issues, including ethics, policy, and criminal justice, among others. Liberians are especially encouraged to apply. The candidate should have strong knowledge of and familiarity with Liberian history and customs is highly desirable; a law degree (LLB or JD), and at least 1 year of relevant experience; and admission to a bar. The applicant should list all bar admissions in his/her application
Duties: The Law Fellow's responsibilities will vary from position to position and will depend on the specific senior official with whom they work, but may include providing litigation, commercial or other legal support as directed by the Minister of Justice or other officials designated by him; researching law and draft memoranda reporting relevant
findings; and framing, articulating, and preparing recommendations for senior MoJ officials/staff to resolve assigned issues.
To apply: The application process is being managed by JSI R&T (not by CGD). Applicants should submit a cover letter of no more than two pages describing key qualifications, area of expertise, and career objectives, along with a CV/resume (yes we know that's Veteran's Day!) to:
David Pyle, PhD. Senior Associate, JSI
Please indicate "Liberian Law Fellow Application" in the subject line.
Deadline: November 12, 2007