Loyola University Chicago School of Law is accepting applications for a Supervising Attorney at the Health Justice Project (HJP), a medical-legal partnership clinic housed in the Beazley Institute for Health Law & Policy. HJP partners with health care providers and legal aid attorneys to address the health harming legal needs of vulnerable patients in the Chicago area while educating law students in legal practice and interprofessional collaboration. The Supervising Attorney will work within the HJP to manage the Maywood MLP and assist with managing the case load of the HJP, engage in direct representation of clients and systemic advocacy, and supervise other staff and students.
The full job description is attached as a PDF and posted online here. Submit applications at the link. For more information, contact Kate Mitchell, Director, Health Justice Project by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.