Changes in Latitudes

September 1, 2001

September 2001

Changes in Latitudes

Clint Bolick (left), vice president and director of state chapter development, and Brian Montgomery, director of accounting and administration, supervise the new office construction in Phoenix.

Because IJ’s state chapters are a vital phase in the Institute for Justice’s expansion, IJ has selected Clint Bolick to be director of state chapter development.  Clint will remain IJ vice president and will continue his national litigation responsibilities in school choice and economic liberty from Phoenix.  But as director of state chapter development, his primary duties now will include successfully launching IJ’s first chapter, identifying talent, developing litigation blueprints, creating the infrastructure for other chapters and helping to train chapter staff.

The Arizona Institute for Justice will also act as a model and training center for other IJ state chapters.  We will open our next three chapters over the next two years.

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