As regular readers know, the Genomics Law Report is a publication of the law firm Robinson, Bradshaw & Hinson focusing on the legal implications of important developments in the fields of genomics and personalized medicine. Due to the increasing number of litigation, legislation, regulatory and policymaking activities in this field, one of the challenges for the GLR staff is to identify and review on a timely basis the developments that are most relevant to our readers.
The Genomics Law Report is seeking an intern with a background in law and personalized medicine to assist in identifying and preparing content for the GLR. We expect that applicants will have a legal background with a strong interest in science, or vice versa. The internship will come with only a small stipend, but the work will provide the right individual the opportunity to learn and in the process to contribute to this important and growing area of the law.
Interested applicants should send a resume and a short statement of interest of no more than 300 words describing the applicant’s background in the relevant fields to firstname.lastname@example.org.