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CLERKSHIP AND INTERNSHIP POSITIONS AVAILABLE
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Legal Clerkship Description

The North Carolina Institute for Constitutional Law (NCICL), located in Raleigh, NC, is seeking law clerks for the Spring and Summer terms.The NCICL was formed to conduct research, educate and advise the general public, policy makers, and the Bar on rights of citizens under the constitutions of the State of North Carolina and the United States of America.It is furthermore our mission to advocate the principles of limited government and strive to ensure compliance with the constitutional restraints on government.

To achieve that mission, the NCICL conducts educational programs such as continuing legal education, tracks legislation and when appropriate sponsors forums to facilitate discussion of various proposed legislative and constitutional issues including proposed constitutional amendments.The NCICL will engage in litigation when necessary to achieve our mission.

The clerkships are paid positions for Spring semester 2005 (part-time) and Summer 2005 (full-time).

Law clerks will work closely with Justice Robert F. Orr, formerly of the North Carolina Supreme Court, now Executive Director/Chief Counsel of the Institute.

Responsibilities include:

  • Legal and factual research
  • Drafting of legal memoranda, briefs and other legal documents
  • Attendance at Institute events
  • Legislation monitoring

Please email cover letter and resume to Sondra Beeson at beeson@ncicl.org or mail the information to the address below. (Click here)


Intern Positions Available for
Spring (part-time) and Summer (full-time)

The North Carolina Institute for Constitutional Law is a new non profit legal foundation located in Raleigh, North Carolina. The NCICL was formed to conduct research, educate and advise the general public, policy makers, and the Bar on rights of citizens under the constitutions of the State of North Carolina and the United States of America. It is furthermore our mission to advocate the principles of limited government and strive to ensure compliance with the constitutional restraints on government.

To achieve that mission, the NCICL conducts educational programs such as continuing legal education, tracks legislation and when appropriate sponsors forums to facilitate discussion of various proposed legislative and constitutional issues including proposed constitutional amendments.The NCICL will engage in litigation when necessary to achieve our mission.

An intern will receive experience in legal/public policy and public interest organizations by conducting limited research and writing on relevant legal topics The intern will also assist with the planning and execution of various educational programs. Applicants should also be willing to perform clerical/administrative tasks.

This is a non-paid position, open to U.S. and International applicants. It is a great opportunity for anyone considering a legal/economic education.

Please email application and resume to Sondra Beeson at beeson@ncicl.org.

Click here to download the application form

North Carolina Institute for Constitutional Law
P.O. Box 17204
Raleigh, North Carolina 27619-7204
Phone: (919) 872-3980 • Fax: (919) 872-3982
beeson@ncicl.org