Posts Tagged constitutional law

Job o’ the Day: Constitutional Litigation at Institute for Justice in Miami, FL!

Tired of working on cases you don’t believe in?  Long to do something meaningful with your law degree?  Love our Constitution and its founding principles?  The Institute for Justice (, the nation’s leading libertarian public interest law firm, is seeking an experienced litigator for its Florida Chapter located in downtown Miami.  With a 20-year track record of accomplishments, including five cases at the U.S. Supreme Court, IJ is the premier law firm working to vindicate the liberties of all Floridians.

The constitutional litigator’s primary responsibility will be litigating cases in the areas of economic liberty, free speech, private property rights and school choice in both state and federal courts in Florida.

Learn how to apply at PSLawNet!

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Job o’ the Day: Junior Legal Associate at The Human Rights Foundation in NY!

The Human Rights Foundation (HRF) is a nonpartisan organization devoted to defending human rights globally, with an expertise in the Americas. Grounding our work in a deep commitment to individual liberty, we aim to raise awareness about both the nature of freedom and the vulnerability of freedom around the world.

This position is a 6-month legal associate position starting June 1st, 2012 for JD/LLM recent graduates.


  • Research and writing on international human rights law and comparative constitutional law.
  • Copyediting and translating legal reports and press releases.
  • Managing administrative tasks for the legal department.
  • Clerical tasks.

To learn more, see the listing at PSLawNet!

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