Cato internships for graduating law students

by Walter Olson on April 11, 2012

Ilya Shapiro has the details at Cato at Liberty about a way to soften the discomfort of a still-weak job market for law grads:

…the Cato Institute invites graduating (and recently graduated) law students and others with firm deferrals or post-grad funding—or simply a period of unemployment—to apply to work at our Center for Constitutional Studies. This is an opportunity to assist projects ranging from Supreme Court amicus briefs to policy papers to the Cato Supreme Court Review. Start/end dates are flexible.

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1 Ron Miler 04.11.12 at 1:07 pm

Walter, I think you left out that after treating these young people quite nicely during their stay, they are killed before being returned to the wild. To be fair, you might want to disclose this detail.

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