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|Job Type:||Full Time|
|Experience Required:||6-9 years|
|State/Province:||CO - Colorado|
Earthjustice is the first and largest nonprofit environmental law firm in the world. Headquartered in San Francisco with nine offices across the U.S., we hire the best and brightest who share our passion for justice and a healthy environment for all people. Our experience and distinguished track record enable us to mount strategic and effective campaigns that achieve significant lasting environmental protection.
Earthjustice has made great strides in opposing dirty energy through our coal-fired power program and has promoted energy efficiency, defended state and regional climate initiatives, and advocated for reforming the grid to promote clean energy, particularly in California and Hawai’i. We are planning to expand our capacity to advocate for a clean energy future in partnership with clean energy advocacy partners and are seeking an experienced staff attorney to lead the effort and build out our clean energy program.
The Clean Energy Attorney will lead a program that develops, coordinates and pursues litigation and other strategies to promote the development and implementation of clean energy policies and practices around the country and to defend such policies from industry attacks. The Clean Energy Attorney will develop strategies with client partners in key states selected based on the prospects for moving toward a low-carbon, smart grid that integrates renewables, manages demand, and enhances efficiency.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
This position will be located in San Francisco, Denver or possibly other Earthjustice regional office locations.
We offer a mission and employee-focused work environment and a competitive compensation package including excellent benefits.
Interested candidates should submit a resume, cover letter, and legal writing sample to email@example.com. Please include “Clean Energy Attorney” in the subject line.
NO TELEPHONE CALLS WILL BE ACCEPTED.