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ProfileDeputy Director The candidate will engage in: professional research, analysis, and writing for publication by Heritage and, as appropriate, other publications; strategic planning, budget preparation and management, reviewing and editing work by other scholars; organization of meetings and events; and representation of Heritage in many settings, including public functions, professional conferences, and, as appropriate, legislative hearings and meetings. Will work with others across Heritage and in other organizations, including Heritage Action for America, to achieve Heritage objectives. Communicate effectively with staff of Heritage, Heritage Action, and other organizations, the general, news media, and, as appropriate, Federal, State, local and foreign officials. Other duties as assigned by the Director of the Meese Center, including management duties. JD degree or equivalent law degree and deep understanding of U.S. Constitution. Should have 10+ years of experience at senior levels in law firm, business, government, academia, or non-profit institutions. Admitted to practice of law in one State or District of Columbia. Excellent writing, presentation and public speaking skills is needed. Managerial experience is required. Judicial clerkship is preferred. Knowledge of administrative and intellectual property law is preferred.
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