The Foundation Legal Department has an opening for an attorney admitted to practice in at least one state or the District of Columbia who would litigate in federal and state courts and before labor relations agencies for workers challenging compulsory unionism arrangements, such as forced union membership or fee requirements and monopoly union representation. Litigation experience, ideally before the National Labor Relations Board, is desirable but not required. An excellent law school record is a requirement, and law review experience is preferred. Strong commitment to individual freedom and free enterprise is necessary. Fluency in Spanish is also a prerequisite.
Applications, including a detailed resume, salary requirements, a legal writing sample, at least three references, and transcripts of law school and college grades should be sent to Raymond J. LaJeunesse, Jr., Legal Director, at National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation, Suite 600, 8001 Braddock Road, Springfield, Virginia, 22160 or by fax to 703-321-8239 or email to email@example.com.
Paid Summer Legal Internship
The Institute for Humane Studies offers paid summer internships at the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation and other organizations across the US. The program includes an eight-week internship, and two week-long policy and career skills seminars. Gain the work experience, knowledge, and skills you need to advance individual liberty and free markets as a career.
The application deadline is January 31.
Throughout the summer, 80 students and recent graduates in the IHS Summer Fellow Program collaborate on research projects, culminating in presentations at the closing seminar. Interns also connect with alumni, joining the network of 900 past participants who now work at policy organizations, universities, law firms, communications companies, and news networks.
Program Details for internships with the Foundation:
- Ten-week program: early June–early August
- Eight-week legal internship
- Two week-long career and policy seminars
- $1,500 stipend plus housing assistance
- Weekly lectures on current issues from policy experts
- Professional resume review
- Editorial guidance on writing assignments
- Open to law students and recent law school graduates
Application deadline: January 31.
Apply now at www.TheIHS.org/NRTWintern.