Open Positions

Curriculum and Systems Specialist

Are you searching for a remote role that comes with both flexibility and real impact? thinkLaw is hiring a Curriculum and Systems Specialist to manage a curriculum that is experiencing exponential growth. Join us in our efforts to increase educational equity by giving all students access to critical thinking! The application deadline is March 20th.

About Us

Our ApproachThe thinkLaw Method: 

  1. We make it easy. We are always willing to do the hard work on our end if it’s going to make someone’s work easier on the other side. 
  2. We make it engaging. We work hard to make sure our work is received with tears, hell yeahs, this is unacceptables, gasps, are you freaking kidding me’s, and laughter because we understand the emotional connection that comes from engaging our partners and community members. 
  3. We ground our work in critical thinking. We consider multiple perspectives, we use evidence to back up our decision-making, and we are committed to continuous improvement of our thinking around every aspect of what we do.
  4. We err on the side of fairness and justice, always. We consider equity, not equality, in deciding what is needed for our team, our partners, and our work. We understand that what is legal is not always just and what is acceptable is not always fair, and actively seek to be the hammer that helps to bend the arc of history towards justice.

Our Vision 

A world where critical thinking is taught by all teachers and to all students, leveling the playing field for 21st century success. 


Our Mission 

We help educators teach critical thinking to ALL students. 


Our Core Values 


We listen to understand, speak to be understood, and demonstrate the courage to tackle the tough but necessary conversations across lines of difference. 



We dream big, create boldly, and dare to improve our world dramatically, approaching our work with creativity and an endless sense of possibility. 


Making a Difference 

Our bottom line is impact, so we prioritize our actions and our inactions through the lens of maximizing this bottom line.