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Legal Clerkship **

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Organization Type

Public Interest

Job Type

Law Student

Date Last Verified

Nov 16, 2021

Valid Through

Mar 01, 2022

Posted on

Oct 11, 2021

Location

Philadelphia, PA, United States

Employment Type

Full-time

Industry

Legal
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Legal Clerkship
The candidate will work for ten-week and 15-week course-credited in-semester Legal Clerkship for law school students looking for hands-on experience working for a dynamic, nonpartisan, civil liberties organization. Work with attorneys on several fronts: conducting legal research in emerging areas of law, developing arguments for active cases, preparing various litigation documents for active cases, reviewing college and university policies and legislative proposals, and much more. Learn more about FIRE’s Legal Clerkship opportunities today. Work with attorneys on several fronts: conducting legal research in emerging areas of law, developing arguments for active cases, preparing various litigation and advocacy documents for active cases, reviewing college and university policies and legislative proposals, and much more. Must possess excellent research, writing, and organizational skills.

Company info

Hiring Coordinator
FIRE - Foundation for Individual Rights in Education
601 Walnut Street
Suite 510
Philadelphia, PA 19106

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