Public Rights Project helps talented attorneys find pathways into rewarding public service careers. The organization places skilled, public interest-minded fellows into a state or city government law office — a City Attorney, District Attorney, or Attorney General — for two years. Fellows will have the opportunity to work in the Office of Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan, Office of Cook County State’s Attorney Kimberly M. Foxx and the Wisconsin Department of Justice. Prospective fellows may apply to one or more offices. Fellows will have the opportunity to work on a range of civil rights, economic justice, and environmental justice issues that directly impact vulnerable populations locally and across the country. The 2-year fellowship provides fellows with a stipend of $60-80K/year, depending on the placement city, and health benefits are provided.