Apply Today for the Legal Summer Fellow Position

Are you currently enrolled in a JD program? Have you completed the first year of law school? Are you eager to advance Ayn Rand’s philosophy of Objectivism in the culture? If you fit the description, then we can offer you the opportunity to take part in ARI’s summer legal fellowship program.

The summer legal fellowship program is a unique internship program that allows ambitious law students to work with ARI’s policy team.

The program is overseen by ARI’s director of legal studies, Steve Simpson, an experienced constitutional lawyer who worked for many years for the Institute for Justice.

The work includes writing and research projects on a variety of issues relating to the intersection of law and philosophy, including: freedom of speech, freedom of religion, regulation, pressure group politics, health care, international law, and more. Our legal fellow can expect to perform research for our policy experts and help with written works such as blog posts, op-eds, articles and books.

The position is unpaid, but we can give you information on funding sources for summer internships. Working remotely is feasible for the right candidate, so even if you are not in southern California or the D.C. area, you might still be able to take this opportunity.

Apply today. Send your resume/CV and cover letter to