Screenshot 2021-07-26 at 16-12-49 Constitutional Law Fellow Pacific Legal Foundation

Heads up, property rights law nerds: looking at a career in public interest law? Here’s your chance for a one-year gig as a Constitutional Law Fellow at Pacific Legal Foundation.

You will be a “PLF Fellow,” a one-year position for law-school graduates. You will be added to litigation teams in on-going cases, receive hands-on legal-research and legal-writing training, and study the Classical Liberal principles that guide our work. You will also be encouraged and expected to take on additional challenges, including case development and communications efforts.

You will work on teams with junior and senior attorneys, adding your skills and perspective in order to elevate our team’s ability to win important victories for liberty. You will have the latitude to think big and the resources to execute. You will be at the forefront of shaping the law for all Americans.

In a nutshell, we’re seeking a young lawyer who’s passionate about individual liberty, property rights, and administrative law, someone who is confident and magnanimous, and someone who is a bold and relentless freedom fighter.

Given PLF is our current gig, the position comes with the seal of approval.

Details, including how to apply.

Your future begins now!