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Week of January 31,2005

From Professor Lori Andrews

Chicago-Area Schweitzer Fellows Program application deadline is February 4 Students interested in the health professions may wish to apply for the 2005-06 Chicago-Area Schweitzer Fellows Program. Complete information and application details are available online on the Health and Medicine Policy Research Group's Web site at www.hmprg.org/sch-appinfo.html. The application deadline is February 4, 2005.

There will be an information session for prospective applicants on January 10, 2005, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Health and Medicine Policy Research Group's office at 29 E. Madison Street, Suite 602, Chicago. Contact the program director, Kristin Lahurd, at 312.372.4292 or kristin@hmprg.org with any questions about the program, application process, or information session.

From Professors Lori Andrews and Nigel M. de S. Cameron

Research assistants needed for the Institute on Biotechnology and the Human Future
Professors Lori Andrews and Nigel M. de S. Cameron of the Institute on Biotechnology and the Human Future at Chicago-Kent (www.thehumanfuture.org) are hiring students as paid assistants this winter to assist in their research on emerging biotechnologies. Students will be expected to effectively research and analyze various topics in biotechnology, and to draft memoranda on the technological aspects, as well as analyze the ethical, legal and social impacts. All applicants must possess strong legal research and writing abilities. 3Ls and 2Ls are preferred, but we will consider 1Ls with relevant experience. Please drop off a resume, writing sample and list of three references to Dawn English in room 809, or e-mail denglish@kentlaw.edu.

From Professor Joan Steinman

Research assistant position
Professor Steinman seeks to hire a second-year student to work as a research assistant on the Wright & Miller Federal Practice & Procedure treatise, focusing on the areas of removal of cases to federal court and remand to state court. This treatise is the premier authority in its field, and work on it is a notable achievement. Standard research assistant compensation will be paid. If interested, please provide a resume and informal transcript to Professor Steinman.

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