Seeking Liberty-Minded Law Students

December 1, 2005

December 2005

Seeking Liberty-Minded Law Students

Know hardworking, intelligent law students dedicated to individual rights and a free society? Encourage them to litigate for liberty next summer through the Institute for Justice’s summer clerkship program.

Applicants should send a cover letter, resumé and writing sample to: Clerk/Intern Coordinator, Institute for Justice, 901 N. Glebe Road, Suite 900, Arlington, VA, 22203. Applicants may also email that information to training@ij.org.

Summer clerkship applications receive consideration beginning in January.

Those unable to devote an entire summer to the cause should consider joining dozens of students from the nation’s top law schools to learn how to shape the world through public interest litigation at IJ’s annual Law Student Conference, held July 28th-31st at Georgetown University Law School. In addition to being trained in public interest litigation tactics and media relations, conference participants learn about natural rights, public choice and cutting-edge constitutional theories. Interested law students can fill out the application online at /index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=570&Itemid=213.

Also in this issue

Speaking Freely About Wine in Minnesota

Expanding the Kelo Fight

Eminent Domain Abuse Successes and Challenges

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