Kansas Justice Institute is a non-profit, public-interest litigation firm committed to defending against government overreach and abuse.
KJI’s work focuses on protecting property rights, ensuring the right to earn an honest living, defending free speech and association, and reforming the criminal justice system, among other areas. KJI also examines, discusses, and educates the public regarding issues concerning the size and scope of government power to ensure that all Kansans have the right to control their own destinies. KJI is part of Kansas Policy Institute.
About the Staff Attorney Opening:
KJI seeks an attorney to support its litigation efforts and the overall effectiveness of the organization. The role reports to KJI’s litigation director. Depending on experience, this attorney will work in an unstructured and flexible environment to identify, create, and manage legal actions in and out of court. This includes research, discovery, drafting, and possible court appearances. This attorney may also interface with clients, policymakers, and donors. It is vital this attorney is able to work well with a team and communicate across organizational roles. [Read more…]