Legal Analyst

The legal analyst for the National Foundation for Gun Rights is responsible for providing support for key in-house legal services and functions for NFGR and its affiliated entities, including the National Association for Gun Rights and it’s subsidiaries.

This full-time permanent position is based out of NFGR’s headquarters in Loveland, Colorado.

The job of Legal analyst requires strong written and verbal communications skills, and must be a self-starter who is motivated to take on new tasks and not let go of assignments or projects until they’re completed.

Strong knowledge of Federal firearms statutes and regulations is a must. Familiarity with state level firearms statutes and regulations, or the ability to become familiar with such laws and regulations is strongly preferred.

The Legal analyst must have a background in legal affairs, and a law-school graduate is strongly preferred. Understanding of the legislative and executive branches of government is also desired.

Should the applicant later become a licensed attorney, admitted to practice law, he/she will be elidable for a promotion to the position of Staff Attorney, should it become available.


The legal analyst for the National Foundation for Gun Rights is responsible for providing key support for in-house legal services and functions, such as:

  • Drafting or reviewing legislation, issues and amendments;
  • Performing legal and legislative research;
  • Monitor firearms-related litigation in cases around the country;
  • Assisting with the vetting of potential cases the foundation may have interest in;
  • Drafting and reviewing legal and research memorandums;
  • Managing or assisting affiliated entities with regulatory or legal compliance needs:
  • Completing special projects and other assigned tasks.

A legal analyst may also be asked to:

  • Assist staff or contract attorneys in preparation for litigation inv;
  • Assist in, develop or conduct educational presentations for staff on firearms law;
  • Attending legislative committee meetings and answering technical and legal questions concerning legislation or federal and state statutes as needed;
  • Work one-on-one with other staff or groups to help them develop and enhance their knowledge of firearms laws;
  • Draft op-eds for publication.

Benefits for Full-time Employees:

  • Bonus CC Firearm after Ninety Days of Employment!
  • Healthcare
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • Health Savings Account
  • 401(k) (Up to a 6% company match!)
  • Life Insurance
  • Accident Insurance
  • Hospital Indemnity
  • Critical Illness Insurance
  • Identity Protection
  • Legal Protection
  • Dental Insurance
  • Vision Insurance

Salary Range: $35,000/yr to $50,000/yr depending on qualifications

If you are ready to take the next step, email your resume and cover letter explaining why you are the best fit for this position to [email protected]