In collaboration with the Innisfree Foundation, John Rue & Associates often works with Interns, who work either as volunteers or for academic credit. Our interns learn about special education law, open government advocacy, and general civil litigation.
John Rue & Associates is always on the lookout for young (even right out of law school), talented and (especially) passionate attorneys who want to “break in” to the areas of law where we most focus our attention, education, open government, and civil litigation. If you aspire to become an attorney who concentrates in one or more of these areas, we want to hear from you.
John Rue & Associates wants to team up with attorneys with substantial practice experience, and who could benefit from synergies with our Firm. Don’t hesitate to reach out with your resume, and any materials that indicate your commitment to our practice areas.
If you want to be a part of John Rue & Associates, please contact Megan Atkinson by clicking here.
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