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Editor: Donald C. Clarke
George Washington University Law School

Tuesday, September 27, 2005

Job opening with the ABA's Asia Law Initiative

I have received the following announcement:

The Asia Law Initiative of the American Bar Association (ABA-Asia) is a public service project that provides technical assistance in support of law reform 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.

Additional Qualifications:
Qualified candidates will possess: (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.

How to Apply:
Interested individuals should send resume and references to Ms. Allison Fayle, at: no later than Friday, October 7, 2005. ABA-Asia will contact only those candidates whom it selects for interviews. The candidate ultimately selected must be ready to commence work by mid-November 2005. Salary is in the high $60's, excellent benefits are provided.

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