Hiring

We’re hiring! Please fill out this form with your application materials by September 13 at 11:59 PM PDT. Let us know if you have any questions by emailing info.5clpp@gmail.com!

Positions:

Staff Writer

  • Work closely with print edition editors to produce one original 5+ page research paper and an additional interview/blog article.
  • Staff writers’ pieces are given special consideration for publication in CJLPP print editions.
  • Each writer is paired with a print edition editor, with whom they will collaborate often throughout the writing process, from topic selection to research to final edits.
  • Attends all full staff meetings and ad-hoc one-on-one meetings with print edition editors.
  • Time commitment: varies by writer, but usually about 4 hours per week.
  • Required application materials: resume, writing sample at least 5 double-spaced pages in length, and a brief description of what topics you may be interested in exploring.

Digital Content Writer

  • Work closely with digital content editors to produce 600-1000 word pieces every other week on any relevant topic of their choice in the realm of law or public policy.
  • Digital content writers’ articles will be published online at 5clpp.com
  • Each writer is paired with a digital content editor, with whom they will collaborate often throughout the writing process, from topic selection to research to final edits.
  • Attends all full staff meetings and ad-hoc one-on-one meetings with digital content editors.
  • Time commitment: 4 hours per week.
  • Required application materials: resume, writing sample, and a brief description of what topics you are interested in exploring. 

Project Manager

  • Assist the Business Director with ongoing projects, from design to planning to execution (past projects include a panel to discuss the Hong Kong protests, a student panel on environmental sustainability, our professor lecture series, a mock debate, and more!)
  • Help with growing CJLPP’s presence on- and off-campus.
  • Attends all full staff meetings and ad-hoc meetings with the business team.
  • Time commitment: 2 hours per week.
  • Required application materials: resume and brief description of why you want to be a project manager and what relevant experience, if any, you have.