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  • 15 Mar 2015 9:19 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    Job Announcement: Long Term Contract Faculty Position at UC Hastings College of Law

    The University of California Hastings College of the Law is recruiting for a teaching/supervising clinical faculty position. This is a Long Term Contract Faculty position with an initial three-year contract period beginning July 1, 2015. Salary is commensurate with law school teaching experience.

    The successful applicant's teaching responsibilities will involve teaching and supervising students in the Individual Representation Clinic (IR), the Lawyers for America (LfA) program, and other externships. The IR Clinic is an in-house litigation-based clinic serving low-income clients in wage and hour employment cases, unemployment insurance appeals, social security disability administrative hearings, in-home supportive services appeals, and other practice areas at the discretion of the faculty teaching in this clinic. All cases within IR have the potential to expose the students to the full-range of client representation skills in a litigation context, including client interviewing and counseling, factual investigation, legal research, legal drafting, and hearing and trial preparation. LfA offers UC Hastings students a full-year externship in an approved governmental or non-profit law office, followed by one year of post-graduate employment in the same placement. Responsibilities for LfA include curricular counseling, teaching a seminar, and supervising LfA students’ third-year externship placements.

    Under the general direction of the Associate Dean for Experiential Learning and the Provost and Academic Dean, the Long Term Contract Faculty has both classroom teaching and student casework supervision responsibilities. Typical duties consist of, but are not necessarily limited to: collaborating with co-teachers in the development and revisions of a syllabus for the accompanying seminar; preparing teaching, substantive legal training, and case-related materials; screening and selecting cases; leading and facilitating twice-weekly seminar sessions; as well as teaching, supervising, and mentoring students in all aspects of legal practice. Areas of focus include the role responsibilities and ethical obligations of lawyers, applicable law in relevant fields of practice, training and intensive supervision in the lawyering skills mentioned above, in addition to the skill of introspective reflection on practice experience. The Long Term Contract Faculty also assumes direct responsibility for representing clients when students are not available, serves as coordinating or lead counsel on long-term projects, and is responsible for developing and managing the client caseload, planning the educational curriculum, and operating the on-site clinical office.

    Experience in or aptitude for clinical law teaching and student supervision, relevant legal practice experience, and subject matter expertise will be central considerations in the selection process. Relevant subject matter expertise can include employment/wage and hour law, public benefits, and poverty law. Familiarity with local non-profit and governmental law offices and the ability to effectively work with supervising attorneys in these offices to ensure a meaningful externship experience for students is a plus.

    The position requires membership in the California State Bar. Long Term Contract Faculty are considered faculty and are involved in institutional governance including serving on faculty committees. Successful candidates will have demonstrated excellence in clinical teaching and in supportive, mentoring supervision, have at least five years of meaningful hands-on lawyering experience from which they can articulate lessons and approaches, and have demonstrated a commitment to public and professional service.

    To apply, please submit a cover letter, CV, and references to Katey Mason at by April 3, 2015. Please address any questions to the chair of the LTCF appointments committee, Prof. Ascanio Piomelli, at UC Hastings is an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourages candidates from diverse backgrounds to apply.

  • 15 Mar 2015 8:55 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    Royal Institute of Law Project Office (Thimphu, Bhutan) -Law School Clinical Expert
    The Royal Institute of Law Project Office (RILPO), Thimphu, Bhutan, is an initiative of His Majesty the King of Bhutan to establish the first law school in the Kingdom of Bhutan. As the law school places a high priority on preparing its graduates to be “practice ready,” the draft curriculum and mission of the law school places a significant emphasis on making significant “live‐client” clinical and other curricular and extra‐curricular experiential opportunities available to its students.

    The Project Office seeks an Expert to spend two years in residence, researching access to justice requirements and recommending and establishing one or more legal clinics and associated experiential learning opportunities for the law school. Expected start date for this position is July 1, 2015. Upon the opening of the law school in Summer 2017, RILPO hopes that the successful candidate will continue as a full‐time faculty member, running the clinic(s) and experiential educational programs for the law school. However, as noted below, the present position is funded only through Summer 2017; terms and conditions of engagement after that date will be a matter of negotiation between the law school and the Expert.

    Responsibilities: The Expert will be responsible for:
    (1) Conducting such evaluative research as may be necessary to determine what clinic(s) the law school might establish in order to best serve the access to justice needs of Bhutan and the pedagogical needs of the law school;
    (2) Working with key stakeholders inside and outside the project office ‐‐ including officials from the judiciary, the civil service (including the Education Ministry and other relevant agencies), civil society, and the private sector – to determine what role(s) clinical law students and faculty might play in the Bhutanese legal order;
    (3) Proposing such regulatory and procedural changes as might be necessary to permit the active and meaningful participation of clinical students and faculty in the Bhutanese legal system;
    (4) Drawing upon existing and in‐progress research (access to which will be provided by the project office) into education and access to justice in Bhutan to inform his or her programmatic recommendations;
    (5) Drawing upon international and local best practices, proposing practices and procedures for the clinic which are suitable in the Bhutanese context;
    (6) Reviewing the proposed LL.B. curriculum and advising the law school policy makers on any revisions that might be made to improve the experiential education of law students;
    (7) With the assistance of the project office staff, preparing a detailed proposal for the establishment of one or more law clinics;
    (8) Proposing other experiential legal education avenues (including but not limited to externships, intramural and interscholastic moot courts, volunteer opportunities, and law review) and drafting procedures and policies for same;
    (9) Consulting with the appropriate project office and (eventually) law school staff to ensure that adequate library, research, and physical facilities are available to support the clinic and other experiential education programs;
    (10)Draft course descriptions and frameworks for all clinical and experiential courses;
    (11)Reporting regularly to the Dean‐designate of the law school on all of the above and related matters; and
    (12)Performing other related duties as assigned by the Dean‐designate or as may be required to support the above activities.
    The Expert will report at first to the Director of the RILPO. Once the Dean of the law school is appointed, the Expert will report directly to the Dean.
    Duration: This is a two‐year appointment, with salary and benefits funded by a grant from the Austrian Development Agency and the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation under a bilateral agreement with the Royal Government of Bhutan. The ideal candidate will also strongly consider remaining with the law school upon its opening to administer the clinic and supervise implementation of experiential learning opportunities.

    Duty Station and Travel Requirements: The Expert will be expected to relocate to Thimphu, Bhutan. The Expert will be at first primarily based in Thimphu, at the Project Office of the Royal Institute of Law; once construction of the law school campus in Paro is completed, the Expert may be required to relocate to the campus. In‐country travel, to assess the access to justice needs of Bhutan and to meet and consult with key stakeholders in the judiciary, government, and civil society, is expected. Some excountry travel (for example, to attend regional and international conferences) may also be desirable.

    Basic/Minimum Requirements: Applicants must hold a first law degree (LL.B. or J.D. degree or its equivalent) at the time of application, as well as at least five years’ experience in legal practice, education, or related fields.

    Preferred Qualifications: For countries in which the law degree is an undergraduate (LL.B.) degree, a second law degree (LL.M. or its equivalent); previous professional or academic experience in law clinic administration and legal education; published research on law or policy; demonstrated administrative ability; experience in legal education or legal practice in developing countries.

    Salary and Terms: Per the terms of the available grant, base pay is Euros 65,000 per year, for two years; airfare for one international round trip home is also included, as well as limited funds for in‐country and ex‐country travel and office expenses. Additional operating expenses will be made available from the Project Office as part of the ordinary annual budgeting process of the project office.

    About Bhutan: Located in the eastern Himalayas between India and China, the Kingdom of Bhutan is an independent state with a population of about 700,000. Best known for the concept of “Gross National Happiness,” (an alternative measure of national development), Bhutan is a developing country with a significantly rural (and increasingly young) population. In 2008, Bhutan completed the peaceful transition from a monarchy to a constitutional monarchy, with the adoption of the country’s first constitution. Since that time, Bhutan has held its first two general parliamentary elections, established an independent Supreme Court, and adopted a number of related legislative and institutional reforms. Bhutan has a highly educated and dedicated judiciary but a very small private professional legal sector. To date, all prospective legal professionals have been sent abroad (usually to India) for legal education. The establishment of the law school is intended to promote legal education in subjects that reflect Bhutanese national needs and priorities, culture, and values. In this regard, the leadership of the law school has committed the law school to the twin aims of environmental law and sustainable development, and more generally to the pillars of Gross National Happiness. The primary language of instruction will be English, although all students will receive a thorough grounding in professional Dzongkha, the official language of Bhutan (and the operating language in the courts).

    Deadline and Further Questions: The deadline for applications is 15 April 2015. Applicants should submit a current CV and a cover letter of not more than four pages describing their interest in the position. The documents should be in Adobe Acrobat (PDF) or Microsoft Word (DOC or DOCX) format.

    Applications should be submitted to Michael Peil, RIPLO consultant, at If you have questions about the position, please contact Michael Peil, RILPO consultant, at

  • 15 Mar 2015 8:43 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    The East Bay Community Law Center (EBCLC) is seeking a Staff Attorney to represent low-income immigrants with a wide variety of immigration matters and to train and supervise law student interns. The ideal candidate is an excellent advocate with strong writing, interpersonal, and organizational skills who can work well in a fast-paced collaborative environment, who has experience providing immigration services to low-income people, and who is committed to training and mentoring the next generation of legal advocates.

    EBCLC is a non-profit organization founded in 1988 to provide high quality legal services to low-income clients and educational opportunities for law students and community volunteers. As UC Berkeley Law School's community-based clinic, EBCLC is currently the largest provider of free legal services for low-income residents in the East Bay (San Francisco Bay Area), with a staff of 40 and an annual roster of 150 law student interns providing services to 5,000 clients each year.

    Primary Responsibilities:
    • Represent low-income immigrants on wide variety of immigration matters before the Immigration Court, USCIS, and the Board of Immigration Appeals, including deportation defense, political asylum, U visas, VAWA, SIJS, adjustment of status, consular processing, waivers, immigration effects of criminal convictions, legal issues for detainees, and naturalization
    • Teach, train, and supervise law students as part of Berkeley Law School’s clinical program, including substantive law and skills training, individual and group case reviews, and day-to-day supervision of students’ legal work
    • Conduct outreach and presentations in the community
    • Supervise pro bono attorneys
    • Additional tasks as assigned by Supervisor

    Minimum Qualifications:
    • J.D. required, member of a State Bar in good standing, California State Bar preferred
    • Minimum 3 years’ experience providing immigration legal services
    • Demonstrated ability to manage a demanding case-load; excellent time-management, priority-setting and organizational skills
    • Excellent written and oral advocacy skills
    • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with a diverse range of groups, including low-income clients, students, service providers, and law school faculty
    • Independent self-starter and outstanding team player
    • Prior experience training and supervising law student interns desirable
    • Bilingual (Spanish-English) skills highly desirable

    This is a full-time salaried (exempt) position, with a starting salary of $53,000 to $58,000 depending on experience. EBCLC offers a generous benefits package including 100% employer-funded medical, dental, and vision plans, and paid time off.

    Application Procedure:
    Submit applications by email to; by mail to East Bay Community Law Center, 2921 Adeline Street, Berkeley, CA 94703; or by fax to (510) 548-2566. Applications should include a cover letter, resume, short writing sample, and names/contact information for two professional references. Deadline for receipt of applications is Friday March 27, 2015.

    EBCLC is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, age, ethnic background, sex, disability, or sexual orientation. People of color, women, LGBTQ people, and people with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.

  • 15 Mar 2015 11:06 AM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    The Field Placement and Rural Justice Coordinator is responsible for the development, administration, management, and supervision of the School of Law's student field placement programs. In fulfilling these responsibilities, the Field Placement and Rural Justice Coordinator will incorporate national best practices and ensure compliance with accreditation standards and other applicable laws and policies related to student externships and field placements. The Field Placement and Rural Justice Coordinator reports to the Assistant Dean for Student Life and works closely and collaboratively with the administration and faculty to ensure that UND law students receive a highly valuable educational experience through the field placement programs. The Field Placement and Rural Justice Coordinator holds a non-tenure eligible faculty appointment at the rank of instructor.

    Position Details:

    • Ensure that all field placements comply with ABA standards, UND and NDUS policies, state and federal law, and all related regulation.
    • Make recommendations for changes to field placement policies and practices based on compliance and best practices
    • Responsible for internal and external reporting related to field placements.
      Develop and foster strong relationships with field agencies and supervisors.
    • Manage growth of field placements, including soliciting, screening, reviewing, and making recommendations on requests for new placements.
    • Review and track any necessary documentation of student work.
    • Provide training and assistance.
    • Conduct visits to field placements.
    • Regularly assess educational quality and success of field placement programs.
    • Serve as primary point of contact for students regarding field placement opportunities.
    • Provide student advising and counseling in the area of field placements, including helping students align a placement with individual experience, academic achievement, and career goals, as well as assisting students and/or field supervisors with issues that arise during placements.
    • Provide student advising and counseling, as needed and appropriate, in other areas of Student Life Office, such as career counseling and academic advising.
    • Organize regular programming to recruit and inform students about available placements.
    • Serve as liaison among field placements, students, and law school faculty and staff.
    • Serve as mentor and role model for students in developing their professional identities.
    • Communicate regularly with students and field supervisors during placements.
    • Additional teaching duties as needed and appropriate.
    • May be asked to teach seminar component of field placements, or otherwise guide student reflection. In that case, duties include: Develop syllabus and teaching materials for seminar. Identify teaching goals for seminar and field placement experience aligned with curricular mission, including emphasis on practice readiness, professionalism, and ethics. Teach regular class sessions and help students develop learning plans for their placements. Assess student learning, including grading.
    • Participate in and contribute to leadership of senior administration in the School of Law, with shared responsibility for meeting the School of Law's mission and goals.
    • Coordinate field placement duties with career services, alumni and public relations, and curriculum initiatives and goals.
    • Represent the School of Law in various public settings and interact effectively with the bar, bench, and government officials.
    • Serve on School of Law, University, and State Bar committees
    • Generally assist Dean, senior administrators, and faculty in execution of their respective duties.
    • Attendance at on and off campus events during and outside of ordinary business hours required; some additional travel required.
    • Facilitate pro bono opportunities for students in coordination with other law school and/or State Bar Association efforts, such as maintaining data base of available opportunities, serving as law school point of contact on pro bono, working with student organizations, staff, and faculty to promote pro bono and law-related public service opportunities, and encouraging pro bono service and law-related public service among students, staff, and faculty.

    Minimum Requirements:

    • Juris Doctorate from ABA accredited law school.
    • Minimum of 3 years of post-J.D. legal experience or years of academic or administrative experience.
    • Cover letter, resume, and 3 professional references
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office programs
    • Successful completion of a criminal history background check

    License/Certification required:

    Licensed to practice in North Dakota, or licensed to practice in another state or the District of Columbia and eligible for licensure in North Dakota within 24 months of start date. Certificate of good standing from all jurisdictions in which an applicant is license to practice law.

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Record of academic excellence in law school.
    • Experience in academic setting or with academic programs.
    • Experience in mentoring students, experiential learning, student counseling, or similar.
    • Record of pro bono, professional, or community service.
    • Management or supervisory experience.
    • Demonstrated familiarity with best practices in legal education, including experiential learning.
    • Demonstrated commitment to the values of the legal profession.
    • Strong commitment to public legal education and student success.
    • Positive reputation among the bench and bar.
    • The clear ability to handle confidential information and sensitive situations.
    • The ability to manage a high volume of work while being able to prioritize and delegate effectively, meet deadlines with minimal supervision, and take initiative in managing projects and meeting goals.
    • Demonstrated excellence in interpersonal, collaborative, and supervisory skills.
    • The clear ability to interact knowledgeably, effectively, and appropriately with students, staff, faculty, alumni, and all levels of University, state, and other officials.

    Applications must be received by 5:00 pm on the date of closure to be considered.

    UND is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or national origin. Women, minorities, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
  • 26 Feb 2015 4:35 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    American University, Washington College of Law is seeking applications for Practitioners-in-Residence for academic year 2015-16 in the following in-house clinics: Disability Rights Law Clinic, Domestic Violence Clinic, and International Human Rights Law Clinic. American University’s in-house, “live-client” Clinical Program, comprising ten (10) in-house clinics and serving approximately 240 students per year, is respected for its leadership in scholarship, development of clinical methodology, contributions to increasing access to justice for under-served clients and breadth of offerings.

    The Practitioner-in-Residence Program, created in 1998, is a program designed to train lawyers or entry-level clinicians interested in becoming clinical teachers in the practice and theory of clinical legal education.  Many graduates of the Practitioners-in-Residence program (over 20) have gone on to tenure-track teaching positions at other law schools. Practitioners supervise student casework, co-teach weekly clinic seminars and case rounds, and engage in course planning and preparation with the clinic’s tenured faculty. They also teach a course outside of the clinical curriculum.  The Practitioner-in-Residence Program provides full-year training in clinical theory and methodology and a writing workshop designed to assist Practitioners in the development of their clinical and doctrinal scholarship.

    Minimum qualifications include a JD degree, outstanding academic record, three years’ experience as a lawyer and membership in a state bar. The salary for the position is $90,000. American University is an EEO\AA employer committed to a diverse faculty, staff and student body.

    Applications that include a curriculum vitae and cover letter should be submitted online via the following links:

    For the Disability Rights Clinic:

    For the Domestic Violence Clinic:

    For the International Human Rights Clinic:

    Please contact Sarah Warren, Faculty Coordinator, at (202-274-4002) if you have any general questions regarding the application process and Professor Robert Dinerstein, Associate Dean for Experiential Education, for any other questions about the position.

    American University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution that operates in compliance with applicable laws and regulations.  The university does not  discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex (including pregnancy), age, sexual orientation, disability, marital status, personal appearance, gender identity and expression, family responsibilities, political affiliation, source of income, veteran status, an individual’s genetic information or any other bases under federal or local laws (collectively “Protected Bases”) in its programs and activities.  American University is a tobacco and smoke free campus.

  • 26 Feb 2015 4:34 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    American University, Washington College of Law is seeking applications for a Visiting Professor for Academic Year 2015-2016 in the International Human Rights Law Clinic. American University’s in-house, “live-client” Clinical Program is respected for its leadership in scholarship, development of clinical methodology, contributions to increasing access to justice for under-served clients and breadth of offerings.

    The Visiting Professor will supervise casework, co-teach the weekly seminar and case rounds, and engage in course planning and preparation. The Visiting Professor will also teach a course outside of the clinical curriculum. 

    Minimum qualifications include a JD degree, outstanding academic record, three years’ experience as a lawyer and membership in a state bar. American University is an EEO\AA employer committed to a diverse faculty, staff and student body.

    Applications that include a curriculum vitae and cover letter should be submitted online at Please contact Sarah Warren, Faculty Coordinator, at (202-274-4002) if you have any general questions regarding the application process and Professor Robert Dinerstein, Associate Dean for Experiential Education, for any other questions about the position.

    American University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution that operates in compliance with applicable laws and regulations.  The university does not  discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex (including pregnancy), age, sexual orientation, disability, marital status, personal appearance, gender identity and expression, family responsibilities, political affiliation, source of income, veteran status, an individual’s genetic information or any other bases under federal or local laws (collectively “Protected Bases”) in its programs and activities.  American University is a tobacco and smoke free campus.

  • 26 Feb 2015 4:30 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    The Federal Judicial Center is the federal courts' agency for research and continuing education. A nine-member board, chaired by the Chief Justice of the United States, determines the Center’s basic policies.

    The Education Division designs and develops curricula to impart and enhance critical competencies tailored for federal court of appeals, district, bankruptcy, and magistrate judges and for federal judicial branch employees, including persons serving in clerk of court, probation, and pretrial services offices. Subject areas for judges include substantive and procedural legal topics, case and calendar management, ethics, and leadership and management.  Subject areas for other court personnel include selected technical skills, ethics, and leadership and management. The division delivers education through a variety of means including: in-person programs to which participants travel; in-person programs conducted in courthouses for local participants; audio-, video-, and web conferences; programs and materials delivered over the courts’ intranet; and in printed publications.

    The Center’s Education Division has an opening for one or more education specialists to develop in-person and web-based continuing education programs for judges, court managers and support staff.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Design and develop curricula, based on identified competencies tailored to specific types of judges and court staff.

    • Implement, manage, and evaluate in-person and web-based continuing education programs for federal court judges and staff, integrating technology as appropriate. As used here, “web-based continuing education” means synchronous and stand alone asynchronous training and education programs delivered on the federal courts’ intranet.

    • Work collaboratively with judges, senior managers, advisory groups, academics, and Center professional staff members to produce and maintain continuing education programs.

    • Train and assist persons selected to serve as faculty at Center programs in effective teaching methods appropriate to an audience of highly-educated professionals.

    • Monitor and, in consultation with the assistant division director, direct the work of assigned staff members.

    Mandatory Qualifications:

    • An advanced degree in education, instructional design, or a related field; or a bachelor’s degree and at least seven years experience in adult workplace education;

    • Substantial experience with techniques of needs assessment and curriculum development;

    • Substantial experience in developing in-person and web-based continuing education programs (as defined above) using instructional design expertise; and

    • Excellent project-management, interpersonal, verbal, writing, presentation, and computer skills.

    Desirable Qualifications:

    • A Juris Doctor degree.

    • Experience working in or with the federal or a state judiciary.

    • Familiarity or experience with leadership and management program development or continuing legal education program development.

    • Demonstrated expertise in planning, designing, and developing e-learning programs.

    • Working knowledge of HTML, Adobe Dreamweaver, and Adobe Flash.
    Salary and Benefits:

    The starting salary is set at $113,574.  For the successful candidate who is not currently a member of the Center staff, a higher starting salary, but not to exceed $119,253, may be considered based upon the successful candidate's current salary. The FJC uses a payband compensation system. This position falls in the Center's payband VI which has a salary range up to $179,322, although not all incumbents in payband VI positions can expect to reach the top of the range. For the successful internal candidate whose current salary is below the payband base of $113,574, that person’s salary will be brought up to the base.  If the successful internal candidate’s current salary is above the base, his/her salary will be matched up to the top of payband VI. 

    A civil service rating is not required. The position does not carry the tenure rights of positions in the competitive civil service. Federal government benefits are applicable. An array of supplemental benefits are also offered including a transportation subsidy and a flexible benefit program allowing for pre-tax deductions for health insurance, health care, dependent care, and commuter expenses. The Center will consider flexible work arrangements for its employees including flextime and compressed schedules; partial telecommuting is also available on a case-by-case basis. The Federal Judicial Center is located in the Thurgood Marshall Building, conveniently situated to public transportation directly beside Union Station. The Marshall Building houses a child development center and a health fitness facility for its tenants.

    All new employees with the Federal Judicial Center will be subject to an FBI/OPM background check.  All hiring decisions are provisional based on a favorable outcome.  Relatives of Center staff members may not be employed at the Center in any capacity.

    Application Procedures:

    Submit a cover letter describing your qualifications for the position and a resume that specifies dates of employment, salaries, and responsibilities for all related positions, and a sample lesson plan with supporting materials from an education or training program you have developed (all mandatory) to:

                Federal Judicial Center
                ATTN:  Human Resources Office, Room 6-190
                Announcement #15-01
                Thurgood Marshall Federal Judiciary Building
                One Columbus Circle, NE
                Washington, DC  20002-8003

    To receive full consideration for this position, applications must be received by close of business March 25, 2015; however, this vacancy will remain open until filled.  Please refer to Announcement #15-01 on your application.


  • 26 Feb 2015 4:25 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    Duties and Responsibilities

    The Staff Attorney/Manager of Litigation Initiatives in the Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation of Harvard Law School (CHLPI) leads CHLPI’s efforts to use administrative advocacy and impact litigation to expand access to healthcare for low-income populations and to promote more equitable and effective health care systems.

    The staff attorney position represents a unique opportunity to work within Harvard Law School’s clinical program, to join a dynamic public interest and clinical teaching health and public health law and policy office, and practice in a burgeoning area of state and national importance. The position is for a one-year term appointment, with ongoing terms dependent on the availability of funding and project needs.

    Collaborating with CHLPI’s team of experienced attorneys and dedicated law student interns, the staff attorney advocates for legal, regulatory, and policy reforms to improve the health of underserved populations, with a focus on the needs of low-income people living with HIV and other chronic illnesses. The attorney helps to build upon and extend CHLPI’s innovative work in health and public health law and policy by developing and implementing litigation strategies to ensure access to high-quality healthcare and reduce health disparities. As part of these efforts, the staff attorney works with local partners to file complaints with relevant state and federal agencies as well as engage in impact litigation at the state and federal levels. Areas of litigation practice will likely include efforts to enforce Affordable Care Act anti-discrimination provisions through the filing of complaints with Office for Civil Rights at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and state insurance regulators, as well as potential lawsuits directly against health insurers.


    JD Degree earned at least three years ago and a minimum of three years relevant experience. Ability to work independently, as well as in teams; ability to thrive in a high-volume practice; strong oral and written communication skills; strong motivation and initiative and the ability to work creatively within broad program goals; ability to learn and achieve superior professional practice; and strong organization, time management, case management and documentation skills.

    This is a term appointment currently expected to extend one year from date of hire with renewal subject to continued funding from ongoing grant support and program needs.

    We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

    To Apply:; Requisition #34731BR

  • 26 Feb 2015 4:22 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    Duties and Responsibilities

    Reporting to the Deputy Director of the Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation, the Fellow will work on a broad range of health law and policy initiatives ranging from state-level legislation to national health law and policy reform.  The Fellow will work with CHLPI attorneys and students as well as consumers, advocates, community-based organizations, health and social services professionals, government officials, and others to expand access to high-quality healthcare; to reduce health disparities; and to promote more equitable and effective health and public health systems.

    Working at both the federal and state levels, the Fellow’s projects will include: policy development and advocacy to increase access to comprehensive care, treatment, and services; monitoring, documenting, and reporting problems with Affordable Care Act (ACA) implementation and other access to care issues; and research, analysis, and development of strategies to support enforcement of ACA provisions and other health law and policy reforms to improve access to care.  All of the above projects will focus on the care and treatment needs of low-income people living with chronic health conditions, including hepatitis C virus (HCV) and HIV. The Fellow will also develop advocacy training presentations and supplemental materials to help state advocates participate in important initiatives with regard to the future of Medicaid, Medicare and other federal and state health programs.

    The Fellow’s Clinic work will focus broadly on initiatives that will increase access to quality, comprehensive health care. The Fellow will work with staff and students to inform cutting-edge policy recommendations at the state and national levels in both the legislative and regulatory arenas. The Fellow will also conduct regular outreach and training for state and national service providers and consumer groups, help support community partners’ advocacy coalitions, and present at various meetings and conferences.


    JD Degree and/or equivalent (e.g. MPH, MPP.) earned within the last three years. Extremely strong oral and written communication and organizational skills required; Interest in health law and policy required. Relevant health law/policy, community outreach/organizing, and public speaking experience preferred.  Ability to work independently, as well as in teams, and in demanding and periodically high stress circumstances. Strong motivation, initiative, and demonstrated ability to work creatively within broad program goals.  Strong motivation to learn and achieve superior professional practice and mentoring skills. Strong organization, time management, project management and documentation skills.

    Note: This is a one-year fellowship, with the potential of continued funding dependent upon ongoing grant support and program needs. 

    We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

    To Apply:; Requisition #34729BR

  • 22 Feb 2015 9:57 AM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    Georgia State University’s College of Law seeks applicants for a full-time Clinical Professor in its Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic (Tax Clinic). The Clinical Faculty position has faculty status, voting rights, research and service expectations, as well as a renewable contract and job security commensurate with tenured faculty, although it is a non-tenure track position.  Dependent upon an applicant’s qualifications and interest, the position may be filled as the Clinic Director and/or include doctrinal teaching. The start date is flexible, dependent upon date of hire.

    The Clinical Professor will be responsible for clinical teaching as well as oversight of the Tax Clinic. Responsibilities will include the supervision of students in all aspects of client representation, case selection, and client communication as well as developing and teaching related course work. Applicants should have a strong background in tax as well as a record of, or demonstrated potential for, successful clinical teaching, professional engagement, and service.

    Part of a comprehensive research university, and about to move into a state-of-the art new law facility in the summer of 2015, Georgia State University College of Law is a dynamic urban-centered law school located in the heart of Atlanta with 650 full- and part-time law students.  The Tax Clinic provides controversy resolution services to low-income individuals who have disputes with the Internal Revenue Service. The Tax Clinic, founded 22 years ago, operates as an important component of the College of Law’s experiential learning program. For more information about the Tax Clinic, visit our website:

    Applications are encouraged from candidates who would diversify the faculty. Georgia State University, a unit of the University System of Georgia, is an equal opportunity/affirmative action educational institution and employer.  As Georgia State University requires, an appointment is contingent upon successful completion of a criminal background investigation.

    This position is open until filled and applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.  Please direct all applications and inquiries to:

    Professor Anne Tucker

    Associate Professor of Law

    Georgia State University College of Law

    P.O. Box 4037

    Atlanta, GA 30302-4037




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