Chicago-Kent College of Law established the Center
for Access to Justice & Technology (CAJT) to make
justice more accessible to the public by promoting the use
of the Internet in the teaching, practice, and public access
to the law.
CAJT Year-End Appreciation Event
- The Center for Access to Justice & Technology will
host an end-of-the-academic-year party Tuesday, May
1st from noon to 1:00pm in room 590.
- Please join us as we show appreciation for our dedicated
volunteers, recognize a few individuals for past accomplishments
and announce future leadership positions.
- Pizza and drinks will be served.
- Manager Center for Access to Justice & Technology
- Basic Functions:
Planning, implementation and management of the various
projects of the Center for Access to Justice &
- Representative Duties Include:
Responsibility for planning, implementing and managing
work related to:
• Administration of the Public Interest Law Certificate
• Supervision of the Self-Help Web Center at the Daley
• Maintenance and support of the A2J Student Editorial
• Research and development of new initiatives, including
related grant writing duties;
• Financial planning and administration of grant-
and contract-funded initiatives; and,
• Production and maintenance of print and online publicity
- Report to:
Associate Vice President for Law, Business and Technology
- Qualifications and Essential Skills:
This position requires the ability to:
• Take direction and work independently;
• Set priorities, exercise judgment and keep track
• Supervise law student associates and staff;
• Maintain and build relationships with professionals,
including: law school faculty, practicing attorneys,
project contributors, court personnel and students.
Excellent oral and written communications skills are
a must. Prior project management, software development,
financial account management and familiarization with
web technologies and techniques are extremely helpful.
This three-quarter time position is benefits-eligible,
including tuition remission.
Interested parties should send resumes and coverletters
Public Interest Certificate Program
- Chicago-Kent's new Public
Interest Certificate Program is currently accepting
letters of intent for the certificate program. The Certificate
requires 12 credit hours for completion, including Public
Interest Law and Policy and the public interest section
of Legal Writing IV. Letter of intent forms are available
- Interested students should enroll in the fall 2007 section
of Public Interest Law & Policy. This course is only
offered in the fall and is required for the Certificate.
Self-Help Web Center (SHWC)
Volunteer Opportunity: SHWC is currently seeking
volunteer web facilitators for the Self-Help Web Desk at
the Daley Center. Volunteers at the web desk gain real-world
experience by helping self-represented and under-represented
litigants access legal information through the internet.
To become an SHWC volunteer or to learn more about this
program contact Dave Bonebrake; firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about any of our projects or positions
please email: email@example.com, or visit www.kentlaw.edu/cajt.