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Monday, February 27, 2006

Fellowship in Housing and Community Development

Fellow - Georgetown University Law Center-Housing and Community Development Clinic.  2-year fellowship at Georgetown University Law Center leading to an LL.M. in advocacy; the stipend for 2006-2007 is approximately $46,155 (taxable) plus some benefits.  The Fellow will supervise 2nd and 3rd year law students in the  representation of community clients in the development of affordable housing, community-based economic development, and organizational capacity building.  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 eligibility for admission, to the DC Bar is required.   Send letter of interest and resume by March 31, 2006 to Professor Michael Diamond, Harrison Institute, 111 F St., NW, Suite 102, Wash., DC 20001-2095.

Ben Barros

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