Job Opportunities with Florida Sea Grant

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Law student or law grad for research position

Seeking a well-organized 3rd-year law student or recent law school graduate with superior research and writing capabilities to work with Florida Sea Grant attorney part-time for 8-12 months, beginning in January 2021. Candidates with prior knowledge of private property rights protections, Florida comprehensive planning, and policy options for flood management and sea-level rise adaptation by local governments preferred. Work will focus on legal issues in resilience planning and floodplain management. 10-25 hours per week depending on candidate’s availability and project workload. $15/hour. To apply, please send a cover letter, unofficial transcripts, and writing sample to Thomas Ruppert, Florida Sea Grant Coastal Planning Specialist, truppert@ufl.edu.

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