Research Assistant Jobs for GMU Law Students

This is an announcement for George Mason University Law School students only.

This summer, I may end up hiring more research assistants than I originally anticipated. As a result, if you are a GMU law student, have strong research skills, and have any interest in constitutional law, property rights, political ignorance, or other topics on my research agenda, this might be a good opportunity for you. You would work about 5-12 hours per week on average. If things go well, you will be able to stay on during the 2013-14 academic year, as well as the summer, if you want to.

Past holders of this position have gone on to clerk for federal judges and secure coveted jobs at big-name law firms and the Department of Justice. My very first GMU RA was named one of San Diego’s 50 People to Watch last year. These achievements likely have far more to do with the quality of people I hired than with the benefits of the research assistant position itself. But I’m going to claim credit anyway!

If you are interested, please e-mail me your resume and transcript.