Reports to the Director of Judicial Research
The Judicial Researcher role is to analyze publicly available data on judicial candidates to help iVoterGuide educate conservative voters on each candidate’s judicial philosophies.
Collaborate with a team of iVoterGuide judicial researchers who will each:
- Become an expert on the court systems in about ten states
- Gather expert opinions from lawyers on the judicial candidates in assigned states
- Analyze controversial state supreme court cases
- Research candidates’ public statements, campaign information, and records
- Rate state supreme court candidates on a scale from Proven Originalist to Proven Activist. (All ratings will be subject to review.)
- Participate in regular staff meetings, including regular meetings with the Director of Judicial Research to improve processes and plan coverage
- Participate in regular meetings with and the Director of Voter Guide Operations and other key staff.
- Execute other duties as assigned
- A commitment to Christian, conservative, and originalist values
- Completion of iVoterGuide Leadership Survey and confidentiality agreement
- Bachelor’s degree
- The ability to study and understand legal opinions.
- Proactivity, rigorous reasoning and organizational skills, and the ability to manage time, meet deadlines and communicate effectively
- Applicants should be interested in working for 10-15 hours per week over a period of several years
- Working knowledge of databases and MS Office (especially Excel)
- Remote work and flexible hours
- Gain experience in legal analysis.
- A positive and supportive work environment
- Opportunity to use legal skills to impact the future of America’s rule of law
$10 - $15 per hour, depending upon experience.
About Us: iVoterGuide is a committed, Christian organization that educates millions of voters across the nation on the beliefs of political candidates and equips them to vote wisely and to be good stewards of their citizenship. Our research-based, data-driven tool identifies candidates’ political philosophy on a wide range of social and economic issues. In the November 2020 general election, iVoterGuide expanded our work to include analysis of the judicial philosophy of state supreme-court candidates. We are made up of a small year-round staff and hundreds of volunteer researchers and panelists who work remotely and dedicate countless hours to preserving freedom for our generation and the next.
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