Monday, February 4, 2013
Some of our readers may be interested in applying for this position...
2 year fellowship at Georgetown University Law Center leading to an LL.M. in advocacy; the stipend for 2013-2014 is $53,500 (taxable) plus health and dental benefits. The Fellow will supervise 2nd and 3rd year law students working on affordable housing development issues, development of community facilities and small business issues. The Fellow will also assist in the teaching of a weekly seminar. Required: minimum 2 yrs. legal experience with background in transactional housing and/or business matters. Spanish language ability is a plus. Admission, or ability to waive into the DC Bar is required. Send letter of interest and resume by 4/1/13 to Professor Michael Diamond, Georgetown University Law Center, 600 New Jersey Avenue NW, Suite 102, Washington., DC 20001 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications will be reviewed as received.
As a director of a C/ED clinic myself, I think this sounds like a great way for a budding academic to get a foot in the door in a really fun and important area of law.
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