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Faculty Research Assistant Positions

FALL 2017 POSITIONS  


The Tax LLM Committee seeks a research assistant to investigate how existing on-line tax programs are structured. The RA may begin work immediately, but in any event will be expected to work through the spring semester. S/he will report to Prof. Seto, Chair of the Committee. Interested students should submit their resumes to Souania Moua at smoua@lls.edu.


H. Marissa Montes, Co-Director of LIJC, is seeking a research assistant for Fall 2017 to research immigration consequences of gang involvement. This RA will have the opportunity to complete initial drafting of a practice advisory on this issue, as well as have the opportunity to work with other outside organizational partners, such as the Urban Peace Institute and AB2298 Coalition in collecting research information. Experience and/or familiarity with immigration law is preferred, but not required. Interested applicants should send a resume, transcript, and brief writing sample to helena.montes@lls.edu


Professor Gold seeks an RA for the fall semester to assist in research on a book.  Applicants must have completed the first year of law school and have proficiency in the use of Westlaw.  Please submit applications to victor.gold@lls.edu


Professor Kevin Lapp is seeking a part-time research assistant for Fall 2017. Professor Lapp has several research projects in progress that may be of interest, including research on Young Adult courts (criminal courts for 18-25 year-olds), counsel at government expenses for juveniles in civil legal proceedings, and the role of grudges and redemption in the law. Interested students should submit their resume and transcript to kevin.lapp@lls.edu


Professor Ellen Aprill is seeking a research assistant for Fall 2017 semester.  Research would involve several topics related to tax-exempt organizations.  Interested students should submit their resumé to ellen.aprill@lls.edu.


Professor Stan Goldman is seeking a research assistant ASAP for Fall 2017 semester to assist in cite checking a book that he will be publishing next summer.  Interested students should submit their resumé to stanley.goldman@lls.edu.


Professor Justin Levitt is seeking a research assistant for Fall 2017 to help with various research projects regarding election law (including redistricting and election administration).  Experience in web design will also be welcome -- and applicants should note this experience -- but is not in any way a prerequisite.   Interested applicants should send a resume, transcript, and brief writing sample to justin.levitt@lls.edu.


The Loyola Immigrant Justice Clinic ("LIJC") is currently accepting applications for research assistants! LIJC is a partnership project of LMU, LLS, Homeboy Industries and Dolores Mission that focuses on providing representation to individuals who are unable to obtain immigration legal services elsewhere with an emphasis on immigrants located in the East LA area. LIJC Research Assistants will help with a variety of different immigration cases, client follow-up and research on substantive immigration law issues. Some Spanish language capability is preferred. Hours are flexible. We are seeking up to 3 RAs. Please send your resume and a short statement of interest to: lijc@lls.edu 


H. Marissa Montes, Co-Director of LIJC, is seeking a research assistant for Fall 2017 to research immigration consequences of gang involvement. This RA will have the opportunity to complete initial drafting of a practice advisory on this issue, as well as have the opportunity to work with other outside organizational partners, such as the Urban Peace Institute and AB2298 Coalition in collecting research information. Experience and/or familiarity with immigration law is preferred, but not required. Interested applicants should send a resume, transcript, and brief writing sample to helena.montes@lls.edu

 

 

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