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Jobs

Shasta Community Health Center; Redding, CA
Chief Compliance Officer/General Counsel
The Chief Compliance Officer/General Counsel (CCO/GC) for Shasta Community Health Center (SCHC) is responsible for developing and sustaining strategies, policies, materials, communication, training, monitoring, discipline, investigations and remedial measures to assure adherence with SCHC compliance policies and protocols and to assure that such policies and protocols are in compliance with federal, state and local laws and regulations, including requirements of external funding, regulatory and accreditation agencies. The CCO/GC provides hands-on counsel to SCHC Executive Team and provides, working closely with the CEO, overall legal direction in support of the mission and goals of SCHC. The CCO/GC identifies and analyzes legal issues, drafts key documents, presents clear recommendations to Executive Leadership, and assures legal compliance. The CCO/GC is a member of the Executive Team as well as the Chair of the - Compliance Committee of the Board and assures the ability of all employees to raise questions of compliance. The CCO/GC works with other members of the Executive/Management Team to assure compliance within all SCHC departments.


Family HealthCare Network; Visalia, CA
Internal General Counsel
The Internal General Counsel provides overall corporate legal direction and advice as needed. Acts as legal resource to Risk Management and/or Human Resources personnel, as appropriate, in the management of lawsuits directed at the organization. Assists in the creation and modification of contracts, memorandums of agreement/understanding, and vendor contracts. Assists with the development and review of policies and procedures. Performs other duties as assigned.


Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation of Harvard Law School; Jamaica Plain, MA
Staff Attorney
The Staff Attorney works with the Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation of Harvard Law School’s (CHLPI) clinical instructors, staff attorneys, fellows and students to advocate for legal, regulatory, and policy reforms to improve the health of underserved populations, with a focus on the needs of low-income people
living with chronic illnesses and disabilities.

This position represents a unique opportunity to work within Harvard Law School’s clinical program, to join a dynamic public interest and clinical teaching health and public health law and policy clinic, and practice in burgeoning areas of state and national importance.


Bay Area Legal Incubator (BALI); The Bay Area
BALI Solo Practice
Interested in solo practice? Hastings has partnered with four Bay Area law schools and the Alameda County Bar Association, Voluntary Legal Services Corporation to launch a solo practice incubator to support 2016/2017 grads interested in building a solo practice.BALI is a legal incubator designed to support recent law graduates in building sustainable law practices that serve modest means clients who have difficulty accessing affordable legal services. Recent graduates receive mentorship, client referrals, office space, and extensive practice management training. Participants have the option to choose the type of practice areas that interest them and receive six months of hands-on training in pro bono placements while building their practice.Application Due October 2nd, 2017 at 5:00 PM. To apply, See job #22065 on HCO and visit the CDO BALI page to learn more.


California Medical Association; Sacramento, CA
Associate Director for the Center for Health Policy
The Associate Director is responsible for policy development, analysis and regulatory advocacy with state and local agencies. The Associate Director manages these issues within the policy-making bodies of the association, which includes an annual congress of physician delegates, a Board of Trustees, an Executive Committee, standing councils, technical advisory committees and delegations.  Duties include advocacy, policy research and development, and association governance.

Internships

ChangeLab Solutions; Oakland, CA
Legal Internship
ChangeLab Solutions is a national nonprofit, based in Oakland, California. We create innovative laws and policies to ensure everyday health for all, whether that’s providing access to affordable, healthy food and beverages, creating safe opportunities for physical activity, or ensuring the freedom to enjoy smokefree air and clean water. Our solutions address all aspects of a just, vital, and thriving community, like food, housing, child care, schools, transportation, public safety, jobs, and the environment.The Legal Intern will support our dynamic team of planners, policy analysts, attorneys, and public health experts who develop innovative solutions to critical public health challenges. Legal Interns will work across a range of policy areas including healthy eating, active living, healthy housing, sustainable communities, and tobacco control, and will gain experience in a wide range of issues that affect the communities and institutions in which we live, work, play, and learn.


University of California, Office of the President; Oakland, CA
Compliance Internship
Position assists the ethics and compliance staff in the Office of the President in the performance of various compliance processes and procedures to document and assess effectiveness of the systemwide University of California Ethics and Compliance Program.
To Apply: Send resume with cover letter indicating interest to Linda.Buffett@ucop.edu


American Health Lawyers Association; Washington, D.C.
Diversity Summer Internship

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
Legal Internship Program
The Legal Intern (LI) will work under the supervision of ICD staff in the preparation, review, analysis, and negotiation of agreements with assistance from ICD officers (these may include Material Transfer or more advanced agreements depending on LI’s experience). The LI will also research legal questions, manage sensitive communications with sponsor representatives, and provide time sensitive quality customer service to principal investigators and their staff. The LI’s work assignments will provide the student with opportunities to develop basic contract drafting and negotiation skills, learn about issues pertinent to the university-industry collaborative research process, and become familiar with UCSF’s intellectual property policies.

Fellowships

Reproductive Justice Fellowships Program, If/When/How; Atlanta, GA; Oakland, CA; Pittsburgh, PA; Seattle, WA; and Washington, D.C
Legal Fellow
Are you a 3L or recent law school graduate who is passionate about reproductive rights and justice? Do you want to gain hands-on policy experience?If/When/How is now accepting applications for the 2018-19 Reproductive Justice Fellowships Program (RJFP), which places newly graduated lawyers at nonprofits for a one-year, policy-focused fellowship in reproductive health, rights, and justice work. The RJFP now includes Federal, State, and HIV fellowships, with placement locations in Atlanta, GA; Oakland, CA; Pittsburgh, PA; Seattle, WA; and Washington, D.C.For more information and instructions for how to apply, download the application here.The deadline for applications is November 1, 2017.


ChangeLab Solutions; Oakland, CA
Legal Fellow
ChangeLab Solutions creates innovative laws and policies to ensure everyday health for all, whether that’s providing access to affordable, healthy food and beverages, creating safe opportunities for physical activity, or ensuring the freedom to enjoy smokefree air and clean water. Our solutions address all aspects of a just, vital and thriving community, like food, housing, child care, schools, transportation, public safety, jobs, and the environment.Legal Fellows will work across a range of policy areas including healthy eating, active living, healthy housing, sustainable communities, and tobacco control, and will gain experience in a wide range of issues that impact the communities and institutions in which we live, work, play, and learn. Fellows will also have opportunities to participate in staff professional development.The 2018 Legal Fellow position will start during Summer or Fall of 2018.


National Health Law Program (NHeLP); Los Angeles, CA; Carrboro, NC
Health Law Fellow (See description below for links)
The National Health Law Program (NHeLP) is seeking two full-time Health Law Fellows for our Los Angeles office and one fellow for the North Carolina office.  Ideal candidates will have strong research and writing skills, familiarity with the Medicaid program and public health law, the ability to work individually and as a member of teams, and a demonstrated interest in using law to reduce disparities and improve health.The LA fellows will provide general legal and policy support, with an emphasis on improving access to care for individuals, particularly underserved individuals, at risk of unintentional overdose. The North Carolina fellow will focus on increasing access to Medicaid services for children, particularly in the context of managed care. These are temporary full-time positions, available immediately, and will end June 30, 2018. Follow the links below to learn more.

Health Law Fellows (2 Positions, Los Angeles)
Health Law Fellow (North Carolina Office)


National Health Law Program (NHeLP); Los Angeles, CA; Washington, D.C.; and Carrboro, NC
Policy Fellow
Each of our offices seeks one full time policy fellow to assist our legal/policy staff with their work on Medicaid and health issues affecting low-income people. The position will last for two years.The ideal candidate will have experience as a health advocate or a demonstrated interest in learning about law and policy affecting the health of vulnerable populations; experience with or interest in legislative and administrative policy and litigation; the ability to think proactively and strategically, and to respond quickly to changing circumstances; strong communication, research and writing skills; and the ability to work individually and in teams or coalitions. The policy fellow will support NHeLP’s staff that develops 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.


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.


Lawyers for America
LfA Fellowship
Placement sites seeking fellows from the current 2L class are:
Criminal sites: Contra Costa DA, Contra Costa PD, Solano County PD
Nonprofits: Center for Biological Diversity and Consumers Union
Other government: Berkeley City Attorney and Contra Costa Superior Court
Applications due in February; interested students can contact Marsha Cohen or Linh Spencer.

 

Other job boards to check out:

Health Care Compliance Association

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