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Organization TypePublic Interest
Years of Experience
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ProfileSenior Director, Voting Rights & Redistricting The candidate will be responsible to Collaborate with CLC’s senior leadership on the development and articulation of CLC’s trial court litigation goals and strategies. Provide leadership, strategic direction, and day-to-day supervision for team of six to eight litigators. Identify staffing and other resources necessary to deliver on program goals, and advise on prioritization. Manage case intake to maximize available resources. Review attorney work product, including all aspects of discovery, motion practice, briefing, trials, and appeals. Manage own caseload of litigation in federal and state courts. Advise on proposed state and local legislation, particularly with respect to litigation risks; assist in building legislative records, including through written and oral testimony. Collaborate with Development staff to support fundraising efforts. Work with Communications staff and other teams to develop messaging and strategic communications plans. Monitor public policy debates and make strategic recommendations regarding situations in which CLC can most effectively engage. Assist in budget development, approve expenses, and track spending. Participate in media appearances, social media activities, and other communication efforts, including responding to press inquiries. Represent CLC at conferences and events.
Qualification and Experience
The candidate should have active membership in the DC bar in good standing, or eligibility to waive into the DC bar with 10+ years of post-JD experience, primarily or exclusively in federal litigation. Should have experience managing litigation teams and supervising the work of litigation attorneys. Must have Exemplary writing, editing, and analytical skills. Formal managerial experience, such as conducting performance evaluations and implementing organizational policies and procedures, is highly desirable. Litigation experience in voting rights or other election law areas is desirable and commitment to the nonpartisan nature and overall mission of CLC.
The Campaign Legal Center, P.C.
215 East Street, NE
Washington, DC 20002