Clinical Fellow: Legal Tech Court and Community Liaison
The Clinical Fellow will work within Suffolk University Law School’s nationally recognized Legal Innovation and Technology Lab (LIT Lab) on a constellation of initiatives aimed at helping courts throughout the country create user-friendly online forms and resources for self-represented litigants. Specifically, the Clinical Fellow will help build and support the community of stakeholders working on the LIT Lab’s Document Assembly Line, CourtFormsOnline.org, and e-filing initiatives. This is a non-technical project management and community-facing role housed within a technical legal team. Suffolk’s LIT Lab, where the Clinical Fellow will be embedded, provides legal tech and data science consulting services to organizational clients, while also engaging in independent research and product development. The LIT Lab simultaneously serves as an experiential education program and enrolls and works with a broad range of law students each semester.
Hours and Duration: This position will begin as soon as possible. The Developer position is a full-time position for 1 year with the possibility of renewal for up to 3 years. The salary is competitive and dependent on qualifications and experience. The position includes full benefits.
Application: All applicants should submit the following through Jobvite, accessible here.
Resume or CV
List of three references
List of past document automation projects (optional)