We received the following announcement:
The Center for Consumer Law & Economic Justice at Berkeley Law is looking for a staff attorney/research fellow to spearhead its work for consumer and economic justice in courts and regulatory agencies. If you know anyone who might be interested in joining the fight – or if you are that person – click here for information on how to apply.
The Fellow will help to implement the Center’s advocacy efforts in appellate courts and regulatory agencies, collaborating and advising on appellate matters in the U.S. courts of appeals and Supreme Court, as well as state intermediate and high courts. The Fellow will also direct the Published Justice Project, a new initiative to identify important decisions in the areas of consumer law and economic justice and to bring greater attention to those cases in scholarly/professional circles as well as the general public. Additionally, in conjunction with Center personnel, the fellow will support the Center’s research goals by contributing to policy papers on an array of consumer protection and economic justice issues. Finally, the Fellow will be involved with the full range of the Center’s other activities, from arranging conferences to delivering presentations and testimony to spurring the development of consumer law programs at law schools across the country.