Public Sector

Working in the public sector includes working for a government agency (federal, state, local) non-profit organization, or academia.  Public Sector Lawyers enjoy an excellent work-life balance

Apply Now: Temporary Contract Drafting at ContractsRX!

If you are looking for a short term position and have a background in drafting contracts, then this position at ContractsRx is perfect for you!  You’ll help this pioneering software streamline the contract drafting process by editing and creating templates.

By Ivey London
Ivey London
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‘It Could Have Been Me’: Black Attorneys Reflect on George Floyd’s Death and What Comes Next

“Black attorneys and legal industry leaders recounted their own experiences with racism and their hopes for the future.”

Check out the full article by Dylan Jackson on

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Ivey London
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Upcoming Government Honors Deadlines – Arizona Handbooks

Post Grad
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation – 2020 Legal Division Honors Program (Paid, Begin Accepting Applications June 1, 2020)
Federal Labor Relations Authority – Law Clerk Program Various Offices (Paid, Deadline June 12, 2020) DC …
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Office of Career Development and Opportunities
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New York Bar: Now Taking Applications for September Bar Exam!

New York’s Board of Law Examiners recently announced that it has opened a second period for bar applications for its September bar exam. (

This period:

(1) Lasts from today until June 12

(2) Only allows for first-time takers from …

By Ivey London
Ivey London
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Apply Now-2021-2023 Term Judicial Clerkship, Hon. Richard T. Morrison (Washington, D.C.) United States Tax Court

Judge Richard T. Morrison of the United States Tax Court in Washington, D.C., is now accepting
clerkship applications for a 2021-2023 term.

Applicants should have an interest in taxation and possess strong academic credentials, superior
research and writing skills, and …

By Judy Stein
Judy Stein Career Consultant
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