CCRC seeking lawyer to work on Restoration of Rights Project
The CCRC is seeking a lawyer to join its staff to work primarily on the Restoration of Rights Project (RRP). The primary duties of the RRP Legal Analyst, as described in the position description below, involve collecting and analyzing the law and practice in each U.S. jurisdiction relating to restoration of rights; and, updating the on-line resources that comprise the RRP. An important part of the job is identifying and tracking bills relating to restoration of rights as they become law, which has become an increasingly important and challenging task in the past several years. In conducting legal research, preparing reports, and responding to inquiries, the RRP Legal Analyst will have a unique opportunity to engage with CCRC staff and lawyers across the country who are working in this emerging area of scholarship and practice.
The RRP Legal Analyst position is part-time, though applicants should be prepared to commit to at least 15-20 hours per week for at least six months. The position may be particularly attractive to individuals seeking a flexible work schedule and workplace. The position will be compensated on an hourly basis, starting at a base rate of $26.50 per hour, a rate that may be negotiable depending on experience.
Applicants should have familiarity with criminal law and procedure, and preferably with the legislative process, and they should have proven research and writing skills. Please see the position description for further details. A letter of interest, resume and writing sample, as well as the names of references, should be sent to Margaret Love, CCRC executive director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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