POSITION: Law Clerk
ABOUT WASHINGTON LEGAL FOUNDATION
For more than 40 years, Washington Legal Foundation (WLF) has served as the nation’s premier public-interest law firm and policy center. WLF’s mission is to protect and preserve America’s free-enterprise system by litigating, publishing and advocating for a limited and accountable government, individual and business civil liberties, and the rule of law.
To-date, WLF has filed over 1,400 legal briefs in state, federal, and U.S. Supreme Court cases, submitted more than 840 comments to various state and federal administrative agencies, and prepared more than 2,500 legal studies publications. These briefs and publications are a key resource relied upon by our nation’s decision-makers, which include the judiciary, government leaders, policy officials, attorneys, academic professors and the media.
Washington Legal Foundation seeks a part-time law clerk (recent law school graduates and second or third-year law students only). Duties include legal research and writing, cite-checking, proofreading, and assisting in preparing briefs and submitting regulatory comments. Top 25% and law journal strongly preferred. All applicants should fully familiarize themselves with WLF’s unique mission.
Salary is commensurate with qualifications.
Send cover letter (expressing your interest in the position as well as days and times of availability), resume, and a current legal writing sample to Constance Larcher.
Constance C. Larcher, President & Chief Executive Officer
Washington Legal Foundation
2009 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20036
Posting Date: 8/15/2017