Since filing our first lawsuit in 2018, NCLA has been at the forefront of national legal debates over judicial deference doctrines, nationwide eviction moratoria, lockdowns, vaccine mandates, natural immunity, speech bans and mandates, structural constitutional flaws with federal agencies, delegation/divesting debates, the role of federal guidance, the lack of due process in administrative adjudications and Title IX tribunals, unlawful surveillance and information gathering, and unconstitutional conditions on spending. Because we routinely engage with such cutting-edge subjects, NCLA needs to recruit the very best minds to help judges understand the unlawfulness of agency governance and to restore the Constitution’s limits. NCLA aims to hire persons with searching intellects who enjoy thinking about constitutional law, who are sophisticated enough that they might have been professors or judges, but who have instead acquired litigation skills. Are you that good? But stuck in a job that doesn’t let you pursue your constitutional interests and defend freedom? If so, one of NCLA’s litigation counsel openings may be the job for you. Our goal is to recruit individuals for immediate hire. While NCLA will consider hiring experienced trial counsel for this role who are not thoroughly familiar with administrative law principles, we are particularly interested in bringing aboard counsel with academic or other high-level experience thinking through the most difficult and complex administrative law and constitutional issues. For more information about the role and how to apply for it, please visit NCLA’s website at:

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