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Thursday, January 21, 2021

Job Posting - Federal Judicial Center

From Timothy Lau, Federal Judicial Center:

The Research Division of the Federal Judicial Center is currently seeking Research Associate(s). Candidates ideally would have both a Ph.D. and a JD. The Federal Judicial Center is the research and education agency of the United States federal courts, and, unlike chamber law clerks, the research associates provide research for the federal courts on a systemic level. The research work is similar to that of law professors, and, while the position does not require any teaching, there may be opportunities to participate in education of federal as well as foreign judges. In addition, the research of the Federal Judicial Center can have real impact. Projects are often developed around specific requests of the policy-makers within the federal courts, including its Advisory Committees on Federal Rules, and are sometimes based on Congressional statutory mandate. The pay is competitive with starting law faculty salaries. The precise job listing can be found at:


Interested persons can contact Timothy Lau with questions at tlau at fjc dot gov.

Posted by Sarah Lawsky on January 21, 2021 at 08:29 PM | Permalink


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