The Institute for Justice in November 2017 published its License to Work report , second edition, and subtitled: “A national study of burdens from occupational licensing.” The non-profit Institute for Justice is based in Arlington, Virginia, and describes itself as “The National Law Firm for Liberty.”
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Summer fellowships, clerkships and internships: Peggy Browning Fund, KCPA, Institute for Justice, Pacific Legal Foundation, Legal Voice, ACLU, and more!
Due January 12: Peggy Browning Fund 2018 Summer Fellowships
Funded positions for 1Ls & 2Ls in labor-related organizations throughout the United States and 1 funded part-time position in Chicago. 1,212 more words
In our ever-specializing world, we are confronted by a dizzying array of service providers who are eager to help us out (for a fee). We expect some professionals, like doctors, dentists and accountants, to be highly educated, trained and licensed. 1,139 more words