Location: Washington, DC or remote
Status: Full-time, Exempt or Part-time, Non, Exempt
Reports to: Communications Director
Demand Justice Initiative seeks a Supreme Court Writing Fellow to write news analysis about Supreme Court decisions and other major court-related news. The person in this role will write regular posts analyzing court decisions and shining a light on the threat to democracy and justice posed by the politicization of the courts.
The person in this role will need to be:
- A strong writer who can distill complicated legal issues for a general audience.
- A sharp analyst who can quickly pull out the most important information from a complicated opinion.
- A strong researcher who can get up to speed on a wide variety of legal and policy issues.
- Able to write quickly and accurately under tight deadlines.
- Committed to the mission of exposing the dangers posed by the politicization of the U.S. judicial system
- Interested in writing with voice and perspective to make the dangers of the current Court accessible to the general public.
Substantial knowledge of the law is required for this position. We will consider applicants with a J.D. or with professional experience writing about the law.
It may be possible to fill this role on a part-time basis alongside other work or studies, but substantial flexibility would be required to write in response to breaking news. If you would seek to fill this role on a part-time basis, please describe your other commitments in your cover letter.
Compensation and Benefits
Expected full time salary range would be $60,000-$70,000 with a part time salary negotiable.
How to Apply
Email your resume and cover letter and a writing sample to j[email protected] with “Supreme Court Writing Fellowship” in the subject line.
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