Institute for Justice Looking for Lawyers

|The Volokh Conspiracy |

The Institute for Justice, one of the public interest law firms that I most respect (it often wins cases that no-one expects it to win), is hiring lawyers with 2 to 6 years of experience; you can learn more about the two open positions here. A golden opportunity for lawyers who love liberty.

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  1. You might get more applications if a salary range was given.

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