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Editor: Donald C. Clarke
George Washington University Law School

Thursday, August 25, 2005

Job announcement: ABA Asia Law Initiative

Readers may be interested in the following job announcement:

The Asia Law Initiative of the American Bar Association (ABA-Asia) is a public service project that provides technical assistance in support of legal reforms and the rule of law in Asia.  ABA-Asia seeks candidates to fill a Project Manager position based in ABA-Asia's Washington, D.C. office.  The Project Manager develops, obtains outside funding for, and implements projects and activities in various Asian countries, including China.   Some travel to the region is required.  Qualified candidates will possess the following: (1) a Juris Doctor Degree; (2) at least five years of practical legal experience, including a minimum of one year working on donor-funded international legal reform programs; (3) excellent writing and editing skills; (4) proficiency in the Chinese language; and (5) knowledge of Asian (particularly, Chinese) history, geography, and politics.  Salary is in the high $50's, excellent benefits are provided.

Interested individuals should send resume and references to Ms. Allison Fayle at no later than Friday, September 2, 2005.  ABA-Asia will contact only those candidates whom it selects for interviews.  The candidate ultimately selected must be ready to commence work by October 17, 2005.

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