Opportunity w/ CA Commission on the Fair Administration of Justice
January 31, 2006 at 2:15 PM
"I have recently agreed to serve the California Commission on the Fair Administration of Justice as Executive Director, while continuing my teaching responsibilities here at the law school. The Commission will establish an office very close to campus, and I have been authorized to hire an Executive Assistant to direct office operations. This will be a full-time position, at an annual salary of $45,000 plus benefits, for a two year term. I think it would be an ideal position for a part-time student, both because of the proximity of location and the nature of the work. The Commission is undertaking a broad examination of the causes of wrongful convictions in California, and will recommend appropriate reforms to the legislature and judicial council. The Commission is chaired by John Van de Kamp, and the Commission members include the Attorney General, Police Chiefs, District Attorneys, Public Defenders and Judges, as well as other lawyers engaged in criminal defense and prosecution. Strong skills in office management and computer use are needed, as well as strong motivation to work for justice reform. If you have an interest in this opportunity, please leave a resume in my mail slot in Heafey 156 as soon as possible."