What could be more gratifying than working on the front lines in the battle to defend and expand individual liberty in the workplace?
The National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation has a job opening for an attorney who would litigate in federal and state courts and before labor relations agencies for union-abused workers. See the job posting and prerequisites here:
Litigation experience, ideally before the National Labor Relations Board, is desirable but not required. An excellent law school record is a requirement, and law review experience is preferred. Strong commitment to individual freedom and free enterprise is necessary. Fluency in Spanish is also a prerequisite.
For more information about the job opening, and how to be a National Right to Work Foundation attorney, click here to see the Foundation's Employment Opportunities page.