|Premier, Inc.; Charlotte, NC
Corporate Counsel II
Working under the supervision of the VP-Legal Services, this Corporate Counsel II will be primarily responsible for providing legal advice, guidance and support to Premier’s performance services business units, and as necessary or desired, various other business units of Premier, Inc. The person in this role works independently on complex legal matters with little or no direction and assumes ownership of all assignments.
This position will design, draft, review and negotiate complex agreements across multiple areas of business, including software agreements, data licensure, research operations, IRB documentation and supply chain services, and data licensing. Responsibility include negotiates and approves supplier, data license, consulting and related agreements. This position will also assist with related acquisition integration matters. Experience with SaaS agreements, privacy, security, compliance, and regulatory matters required. Additional responsibilities will include training sessions on relevant legal matters, monitoring current legal developments related to areas of responsibility as assigned by the General Counsel.
The position requires working collaboratively with various business teams and senior management and providing legal guidance that is clear and actionable in a time sensitive manner. The position will interact with Premier members, vendors, regulatory agencies and with outside counsel on assigned matters
National Health Law Program (NHeLP); Los Angeles, CA
The ideal candidate will have worked with the Medicaid program at the national or state level and have experience as a reproductive health advocate. This candidate will have the ability to think proactively and strategically and to respond quickly to changing circumstances; interest and willingness to listen and learn in partnership with state advocates; strong leadership, communication, research, and writing skills; and the ability to work individually and in teams.
The attorney will help to develop and implement NHeLP's legal, policy, and advocacy strategies for advancing the legal rights of low-income people and for achieving NHeLP's priority of advancing health and related economic equity. The ideal candidate will have experience working within communities of color and will demonstrate an understanding of the issues of reproductive justice as they impact low-income people, women of color, and other underserved populations.
Hooper, Lundy & Bookman, PC; Boston, MA
University of California, Hastings College of Law - Office of the Chief Financial Officer; San Francisco, CA
|University of California, UCSF/Hastings Consortium; San Francisco, CA
Want to spend the summer getting up to speed on all the latest changes in health law? Professor Jaime King is looking for a paid summer research assistant to conduct research on issues related to health care reform, Medicare, and antitrust and assist with updating the Furrow, et al. health law casebook. The position offers flexible hours, writing assistance, and a fun working environment within the Consortium. Please send resumes to Jaime King – firstname.lastname@example.org - at your nearest convenience.
University of California, UCSF/Hastings Consortium; San Francisco, CA
The team will screen between 30 and 40 prison inmates at the Federal Corrections Institution (FCI) Dublin, California. Research Assistants will administer cognitive, speech, and language tests face-to-face with prison inmates to detect the presence of language based learning traits in the prison population. The UCSF Dyslexia Center will provide all necessary training. The screenings will take place once or twice a week for a total of 8 weeks during the months of July and August.
Students interested in gaining deeper experience in health law as well as the overlapping between law and science will have the opportunity to learn the neuropsychological screening methodologies. Students will also have the opportunity to gain first-hand experience about the realities of those living in prison.
Qualifications: While no prior research experience is necessary, students with background or interest in human subjects research, psychology, criminal justice, or health law will be prioritized. Due to the very sensitive nature of this research and working with vulnerable populations, students who apply must show high maturity, commitment to the project, and an awareness of the particular environment in which this experience will take place. In addition, students must pass a criminal background check to be allowed on site.
To apply, send a resume to Professor Andrea Lollini (email@example.com). All applications must be received by May 31.
University of California, Office of the President; Oakland, CA
American Health Lawyers Association; Washington, D.C.
As part of AHLA's initiative to cultivate diversity among attorneys practicing health law, the Association provides opportunities for talented law students of diverse backgrounds so they can learn more about this segment of the legal profession.
The eight-week internship provides interns numerous networking opportunities with leading health care attorneys, attendance at the Association's Annual Meeting where top-notch CLE sessions on the latest in health and life sciences law are offered, and various legal research/writing projects for AHLA's Professional Resources and Public Interest departments.
University of California San Francisco; San Francisco, CA
|Borchard Foundation Center on Law & Aging; Salt Lake City, UT
Fellowship in Law & Aging Program
The Borchard Fellowship in Law & Aging offers the opportunity to carry out a substantial project related to law and aging in partnership with a host agency. Up to three fellowships are available to law school graduates interested in, and perhaps already in the early stages of pursuing, an academic and/or professional career in law and aging.
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