Interested in working in the art law field? Center for Art Law welcomes applications for 2-3 month long internships and post-graduate fellowships at our offices in DUMBO (Brooklyn, NY).
Last updated: Jan. 12, 2021.
- The Internship Program is open to students currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree, Master’s degree, or Juris Doctor.
- Fall and Spring positions are part-time and may be eligible for school credit; Summer positions are full-time and interns receive a small stipend.
- The Fellowship Program usually lasts 6-12 months and is open to recent graduates (J.D. preferred).
- Interns and fellows all work under the supervision of the Managing Director and Executive Director.
- During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Internship and Fellowship Programs are proceeding remotely until further notice.
- Researching and writing articles, newsletter content, website maintenance, and social media content;
- Copy editing and fact-checking;
- Organizing events (tours, panels, lectures, meetups);
- Attending court hearings, educational programs, and networking events;
- Reviewing legal documents, including court filings, decisions, and correspondence;
- Assisting with fundraising, development, and outreach efforts.
- Current college senior, college graduate, or graduate student, in law, art history, journalism, or related fields;
- Familiarity and interest in the arts, the art world, business, and law;
- Strong communication, research, and writing skills;
- Ability to take initiative and follow through on assigned tasks;
- Experience in fundraising, arts administration, and/or event planning a plus.
To Apply: Please send your CV, cover letter, and transcripts in one single PDF document to email@example.com.
No phone calls.
Fall 2021 Application Period: May 1, 2021 – June 30, 2021.
Spring 2022 Application Period: September 1, 2021 – Oct. 31, 2021.
The application period for the Summer 2021 Internship is closed. Due to a great number of interested candidates, priority may be given to applications received early.