Here’s the job posting:
Director of the CLASS Network – Center for Consumer Law & Economic Justice
Do you want to work every day to advance the rights of low-income consumers? Do you want to help create a national network of law school programs dedicated to building equity and economic justice?
Well, then, perhaps this is the job for you.
The UC Berkeley Center for Consumer Law & Economic Justice seeks a director for the CLASS Network, a new consortium dedicated to promoting racial and economic justice programs in law schools around the United States and beyond. A partnership between the UC Berkeley Center and the National Association of Consumer Advocates, the CLASS (Consumer Law Advocates, Scholars, & Students) Network works to increase the number of relevant courses offered at law schools, to develop and foster new clinics and student organizations, and to offer the chance for law students and faculty around the country to come together on shared projects like amicus briefs in high-profile cases and filings in significant regulatory proceedings.
So, if you want to
- create something new
- be part of a national effort to work with law students and faculty to increase racial and economic justice
- work on groundbreaking legal cases with students and practitioners from around the nation
- be a part of Berkeley Law, and
- help train and inspire the next generation of economic justice lawyers and advocates
you might want to send in your application.
The Director will also 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 protection laws across the country and around the world.
Apply by May 22 (anticipated start date ~ July 1)– Please visit this link to apply.