Employment Opportunities at the Foundation 

Paid Law Clerkship

The Foundation offers a Law Clerk position through the Charles Koch Institute's Koch Internship and Koch Fellow (Policy) Programs. A Foundation Law Clerk primarily does legal research and drafting under the direction of Foundation Staff Attorneys, both for specific Foundation cases in federal or state court or before labor agencies and on more general constitutional and labor law issues. The work may also involve interviewing potential clients and organizing and analyzing discovery documents. In addition to working at the Foundation, the Law Clerk will participate in educational sessions at the Charles Koch Institute in Arlington, Virginia. The Charles Koch Institute provides stipends to participants in the Koch Programs.

Applicants for this position must have completed at least one year of law school and be committed to the cause of worker free choice. Applications are now open for the Fall 2015 Koch Programs and can be submitted here: http://www.charleskochinstitute.org/educational-programs/. The final deadline for applications is August 1, 2015. The Internship Program runs from September 14 to December 11, 2015; the Fellow Program runs from September 16 to December 5, 2015.


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