Professional Development and Post-Graduate Fellowships
YHeLPS, the student arm of the Center, coordinates with the Career Development Office to support students who are interested in pursuing careers in health law. Events throughout the year highlight diverse opportunities for health-related summer internships and careers, and they allow students to network with professionals who work in hospitals, law firms, public interest organizations, and government offices.
Fellowships in Law & Public Health
Post-graduate fellowships provide additional opportunities to continue health law study and advocacy at the Law School. The Law School has hosted fellows working on projects such as an NIH grant related to HIV prevention and a study of dispute resolution mechanisms for conflicts and injuries arising from clinical research.
YLS post-graduate fellowship opportunities also include the Liman Program, which funds work in the public interest; the Heyman Fellowships, which fund post-graduate work in government; the Gruber Program for Global Justice and Women’s Rights, which funds post-graduate work relating to international justice and women’s rights; and the Yale Public Interest Fellowship Program.
2020-2021 Health Law Career Panels will be announced here, on the Solomon Center home page, and on the Yale Law School Events calendar.
April 2, 2020, YLS Alumni Health Law Career Panel (via zoom), cosponsored by the Yale Health Law & Policy Society, featuring:
Cathy Livingston '93, Partner, Jones Day
Zain Risvi '17, Law and Policy Researcher (Drug Pricing), Public Citizen
Maile Tavepholjalern '11, Senior Counsel, Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium
Megan Wulff '13, Director of Marketing Oversight and Monitoring, MA Health Policy Commission