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Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Temple's Center for Health Law Practice and Policy Seeks Injury Prevention Legal Research Associate

From an e-mail I received from Temple's Scott Burris:

     The Center for Health Law Practice and Policy (CHLPP) at Temple University is hiring a grant-funded, Injury Prevention Legal Research Associate to support the Pennsylvania Department of Health’s (PA DOH) Violence and Injury Prevention Program (VIPP) that receives funding from the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). A JD or an MPH or equivalent experience is required. This is a great opportunity for someone interested in public health law and policy to get experience taking substantial responsibility for creative, credible policy analysis and development within a state-wide coalition. Though nothing is certain in the current climate, this is meant to be a multi-year program and may strike some people as worth moving to Philadelphia for (not to say Philadelphia is a charming place even without the job). If you have likely candidates among your recent graduates or interns, please direct them to Temple’s personnel web page, where this week some time they should be able to read about and apply for the job listed as  “Injury Prevention Legal Research Assoc III.”

--CJR

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