Loyola University School of Law is seeking to hire a Teaching Fellow/Supervising Attorney for its Health Justice Project, health-justice-project-loyola-law-chicago, a medical-legal partnership housed in the Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy at the Law School. The position is a two- year fellowship, and is designed to provide the fellow with clinical teacher training, leadership development, experience collaborating on an inter-professional team, and career growth for public interest leaders.
The partners in the MLP include Loyola’s School of Law, School of Medicine, and Department of Public Health, Erie Family Health Center, and LAF Chicago. Students enrolled in the clinic engage in director client representation and policy advocacy under the supervision of the faculty member and the fellow.
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