John Lewis Fellowship
The Fellow will support up to a full year of purposeful legal projects promoting the safety and wellbeing of low-income individuals. Will work on various initiatives which will help identify and provide solutions to problems which have affected the poor and disadvantaged resulting from the COVID 19 pandemic. Projects will focus on analyzing data and the effects on clients housing, safety, income, benefits, education and other goals established by the ... read more
The Marine Corps has 595 uniformed, active-duty attorneys serving at bases and stations around the world in support of national security operations. Practice areas primarily include criminal and civil litigation, administrative law, legislative affairs, contracts, trusts and estates, command advice, and international affairs.
Service as a Marine Corps Judge Advocate allows attorneys to use their legal education and training to support military operations. Marine Judge Ad... read more
Instructor, I2 - Renewable, Criminal Justice
Firm invites applications for one full-time instructor position to begin January 2021. Teaching responsibilities include four courses per semester, along with some expectation of departmental service associated with instruction and/or advising. Specific teaching assignments will depend on the expertise of the candidate hired, but experience teaching courses in both criminal justice and sociology is preferred. This position carri...