NYU Review of Law & Social Change Seeks Web Developer/Designer ASAP

Posted by Hugh Baran, community karma 597
The NYU Review of Law & Social Change is a student-run law journal based at NYU School of Law that has sought to lift up page-to-practice scholarship on issues of racial, gender, economic and social justice for more than 40 years. We publish the work of nationally recognized scholars, legal practitioners, activists, and NYU Law students. We publish four issues a year in addition to shorter, more time-sensitive content in our online publication, The Harbinger, and are one of the largest and most established student journals at NYU Law.
We are seeking an experienced web developer/designer to help us redesign our website, http://www.socialchangenyu.com. We are aiming to contract with someone very quickly and are working with a total project budget of $8,000-$10,000. Strong preference for folks with experience working with academic journals/law reviews, and/or with progressive, social change-oriented organizations.

If interested please contact Editor-in-Chief Hugh Baran at hugh.baran@law.nyu.edu ASAP. Please be sure to include at least one sample of a recent web development/design project.

over 7 years ago