Privacy Law Fellow, Santa Clara Law

Santa Clara University School of Law
Published
April 26, 2017
Location
Santa Clara, CA
Category
Job Type

Description

Position Purpose

Enrich our privacy education program and provide value for members of the cy pres classes.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

• Teach one privacy doctrinal course, and co-teach one multi-disciplinary interviewing/counseling course with Business and Engineering School professors.

• Supervise the Privacy Law Certificate

• Represent the program publicly

• Regularly meet with and advise all certificate students

• Advise the Privacy Law Student Organization

• Coordinate privacy externships

• Manage the IAPP relationship

• Research and publish on privacy-related topics. This could include academic scholarship, practitioner- or consumer-focused publications, empirical surveys or studies, etc.

• Organize occasional conferences and events, including co-sponsored events with the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics

• Support fundraising efforts

Knowledge: Demonstrated track record of initiative and collaboration to build new programs

Skills: Demonstrated commitment to researching and publishing on privacy issues

Abilities: This position requires the ability to effectively establish and maintain cooperative working relationships within a diverse multicultural environment, and commitment to be on campus most weekdays during the school year.

Education and/or Experience

• JD required. IAPP certification preferred

• Demonstrated track record of professional participation in the privacy community. Several years of post-JD work experience preferred.

• Plus factors: experience organizing events; fundraising track record

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