If you’re interested in pursuing an internship, fellowship, or legal clerkship with Gender Justice, click here to send us your resume, cover letter, and writing sample.

Gender Justice is committed to mentoring the next generation of advocates for gender equity. We offer compelling learning experiences for law students, new lawyers, and paralegals. We also welcome inquiries from college students studying public policy, gender theory, nonprofit administration, and related fields.



Established in 2017 in honor of Gender Justice 's co-founder emeritus, the Jill Gaulding Law Student Fellowship is a temporary, summer-long fellowship comes with a $2,000 taxable stipend and is designed to offer a second- or third-year law student who is LGBTQ and/or BIPOC an invaluable opportunity to work in a social justice, public interest legal and policy advocacy nonprofit dedicated to gender inequality.

Click here to view the full Fellowship description.

For Summer 2019, Gender Justice is accepting applications for the Jill Gaulding Law Student Fellowship for Gender and LGBTQ Justice. We also sponsor fellows who receive funding through a variety of programs, including the Robina Foundation, the Skadden Foundation, the PFund Foundation, the University of Minnesota Human Rights Center, the Stanford Public Interest CenterEqual Justice Works, and New Sector Alliance. We regret that all other interns and law clerks are currently unpaid.

To apply for an internship, fellowship, or legal clerkship, click here to send a resume, cover letter, and writing sample to us by the following deadlines:

Summer positions: March 31
Fall positions: July 31
Spring positions: November 30

Intern and law clerk positions are filled on a rolling basis as we receive applications.

Gender Justice seeks to provide student development and leadership opportunities that reflect our values of equity and inclusion with regard to race, culture, ethnicity, class, religion, physical ability, age, gender, gender identity, and sexual orientation. We are committed to fostering the leadership of women, people of color, Native and indigenous people, LGBQ and trans people, immigrants, and others living in marginalized communities.

Even if it is past the deadline listed above, please feel free to contact us for information about potential opportunities.


Gender Justice attorneys are experts on gender and cognitive bias. If your school, business, community organization, or law firm would like to schedule a speaker, please contact us for more information.


House parties are a great way to connect around pressing gender issues in the news, introduce Gender Justice to your friends, and raise money to break down gender barriers. Organize a house party and invite us to come!