From Professor Nancy Marder
Apply for the Justice John Paul Stevens Summer Fellowship Program
The Justice John Paul Stevens Summer Fellowship Program will provide a grant of $7,000 each to three students (1Ls or 2Ls) at Chicago-Kent College of Law who have secured unpaid public interest legal positions for this coming summer (2017). The three Stevens Fellowships will be awarded to help defray living expenses of deserving and committed students working in the public interest, as well as to provide much needed legal assistance to public interest organizations.
The application deadline is Monday, April 10, 2017 at noon (with a hard copy in Professor Marder's mailbox and an electronic copy to Professor Marder by email). Applications are available electronically through Career Services' Symplicity document library. Hard copies of the application are also available in the clip outside Professor Marder's office door (room 839).
From Professor Lori Andrews
Call for research assistants for summer 2017
Professor Lori Andrews, director of the Institute for Science, Law and Technology (ISLAT) at Chicago-Kent College of Law, is currently hiring law students as research assistants to work during the summer of 2017. ISLAT is undertaking numerous projects to investigate the legal and societal implications of mobile health apps, genetic privacy, and predictive policing.
Research assistants will be responsible for conducting research and drafting memos on a variety of topics, including gamification, 21st Century privacy, geotracking, bioethics, health care proposals, and genetics. Applicants will be accepted from varied undergraduate backgrounds and must have strong writing and research skills.
Applicants must submit a cover letter, writing sample, and resume via email to email@example.com.