Pacific Legal Foundation is only as good as the talent we employ. Knowing this, our hiring philosophy is simple: we seek to hire the best talent available.
Liberty is our obsession—we live and breathe it. When it’s threatened, we act decisively to protect it.
Our pioneering spirit spurs us to take big, bold swings. We never rest on past success. Our eyes are aimed squarely on the future.
We trust and invest in our clients, allies, and each other. We believe that—together—we can change the world.
We know liberty will win.
As Pacific Legal Foundation marches toward its 50th anniversary, we are redefining what it means to be a public interest law firm. Our attorneys identify and litigate important legal issues to set landmark precedent that will benefit Americans nationwide. Using strategic and principled litigation, communications, and research, we battle for freedom in the nation’s courts and the court of public opinion.
PLF attorneys continue to bring and win cases in the United States Supreme Court, including Cedar Point Nursery et al. v. Hassid this term. Simply put, we know how to get cases to the Supreme Court and we know how to win. Sound like the reason you went to law school? Then you ought to apply for our clerkship program.
We seek highly motivated, principled, and liberty-minded law students for paid, full-time summer clerkships, June through August 2021, in three of our offices: Sacramento, California; Palm Beach Gardens, Florida; and Washington, DC.
PLF’s law clerk program involves active involvement in on-going litigation, provides an introduction into the field of public-interest law, and offers a unique opportunity to study the constitutional and philosophical framework of liberty. Our law clerks receive hands-on training, as they perform legal research and writing projects in PLF’s five litigation areas: property rights, free speech, equality before the law, economic liberty, and separation of powers. Clerks are paid $16/hour.
If you share a passion to use your skills to vindicate the principles of freedom and individual liberty, you should learn what it takes to be a PLF litigator.
Applications are considered in the order received.
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The Foundation is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to policies to achieve equitable hiring, assignment, and promotion practices. The Foundation encourages applications from all individuals interested in working to promote the principles of free enterprise, private property, limited government, and freedom of the individual.Apply Here