The Liberty Justice Center offers a unique one-year litigation fellowship for young lawyers who have just graduated law school or are experiencing a gap year between clerkships during their first three years of practice. The fellowship typically runs from September-August. The Liberty Justice Center’s litigation fellowship has three focal points: Training, Mentorship, and Connection.

Litigation fellows receive training in both the legal theory and the practical skills required to succeed as lawyers and be lifelong advocates for limited government. Fellows are an integral part of our litigation team working on their own case portfolio while at LJC. In addition to receiving training, fellows are mentored by a senior attorney. Fellows have ongoing opportunities to build connections with other young lawyers in the liberty movement, allies, and organizations through attendance at various conferences and events throughout the fellowship.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, transcript, and writing sample to Morgan Bowles at [email protected].