Solomon Center for Health Law and Policy Yale Law School
The Yale Law School is delighted to announce the launch of the Solomon Center for Health Law and Policy, an exciting new Center at Yale Law School dedicated to training the next generation of health law leaders—academics, CEOS, lawyers, and government officials—and having an impact today on the most important health care issues.
The Solomon Center is seeking applications for the position of Executive Director. The Solomon Center coordinates a diverse program of activities that serve students and scholars at Yale and contribute both locally and internationally to the study of health law—with a particular focus on health governance, industry and the practice of medicine.
The Executive Director, under the supervision of the Solomon Center faculty director, Professor Abbe Gluck, will be responsible for managing the day-to-day activities of the Center. This will include working with and helping to select student and post-graduate fellows, planning events, including workshops and the annual conference, maintaining the website, building the center’s national reputation, working on grants, supervising scholarship and projects of the center, mentoring health law students, working with the many colleagues, organizations, and interested individuals with whom the Solomon Center collaborates, both within the Law School, across Yale University and outside the University. The Executive Director will be an ambassador of the Center. He/she must be outgoing and a self-starter and will be responsible for building a broad network for the program.
Some specific responsibilities of the Executive Director/ Fellow include the following: Continue reading