The Good Lobby is an innovative skill-based matching organization connecting people with expertise and knowledge with civil society organizations that need their help. Accordingly, we are building a growing network of professionals across different disciplines like lawyers, communication strategists and IT consultants to support civil society organizations active in the EU policy field in need of professional services. Non-profit organizations lacking economic means and/or expertise receive pro bono or low bono integrated legal advice, communications strategy plans and research. ￼ The Good Lobby is interested in hiring students (especially LLM graduates) seeking post-graduate fellowship opportunities (in particular former interns at EU institutions, EU NGOs, lobbying firms and Brussels-based law firms).
Fellows at The Good Lobby work under the close supervision of Alberto Alemanno and Lamin Khadar. Fellows will assist in providing “matchmaking” services to NGO, academic and law firm partners and with soliciting and identifying experts, new incoming projects as well as in providing legal strategy, policy analysis and advocacy across several policy areas. Fellows will also assist with the development of new programmes related to pro bono, street law and advocacy training and with organising The Good Lobby events in Brussels. Applicants must secure funding for this position and must commit to at least 4 months (ideally 6). We encourage students to contact their schools regarding potential funding available for post-graduate fellowships.
Students interested in a post-graduate fellowship at The Good Lobby should submit a letter of interest and resume via email to Alberto Alemanno (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Lamin Khadar (email@example.com). Please state in your letter the potential sources of funding that are available to you. We assess submissions and select candidates on a case-by-case and rolling basis. Please do not call about this position. We regret that we cannot respond to all inquiries.