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(1) The ACLU almost NEVER talks someone for litigation work unless they have clerked/worked for a couple years so in a way, 55K isn't really entry level.
(2) This is the salary information for people at the national headquarters in NYC
So, it's not a luxurious lifestyle. 70-80 sounds pretty nice and it is. You can certainly live off of it, and it would be luxurious anywhere except NYC. A nice 2BR apartment in a "low cost" area of Manhattan or nice part of Brooklyn can run you 900,000. Suddenly 80K isn't worth what you might have thought.
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