Leavitt Partners, LLC is seeking a current law student for our Spring Law Fellowship with Leavitt Partners Collaborative Advocates. The Spring Law Fellowship will run 12 weeks from January 21st through April 12th, 2019. The ideal candidate will be interested in Medicare reimbursement, FDA regulation, public health research, health IT, and health care reform. The fellow will support client public policy and alliance work and by performing comprehensive on-line, primary source, and direct-to-source (i.e., agency, congressional, private-sector) research, and by conveying findings to Leavitt Partners Collaborative Advocates team members. The fellow will assist senior team members with task tracking, document preparation, and other tasks to support client management.
Leavitt Partners seeks high caliber candidates who are adaptable, collaborative, professional and who thrive in fast paced environments. The company looks for individual qualities such as entrepreneurial spirit, self-efficacy, humility, and a strong desire to learn. Fellows are expected to work part-time, Mon-Fri, for the duration of the fellowship. Interested candidates should apply online at www.leavittpartners.com/careers.
Main Job Tasks and Responsibilities:
- Summarize written research and prepare verbal briefings and presentations for client managers
- Ensure timely delivery of high-quality, client-ready work
- Monitor and identify policy, legislative, and regulatory developments relevant to clients
- Develop web content for clients and assist managers with client engagements
Education and Experience:
- Current law student focusing in the health care industry
- Relevant professional experience in research, client work, etc.
Essential Skills and Competencies:
- Excellent research and analysis skills
- Strong written and oral communication skills
- Ability to summarize and brief staff on research
- Commitment to developing subject matter competence in two or more issue areas (CMS reimbursement, FDA regulation, public health, health IT research, and health care reform)