Monday, August 19, 2013 2:27 PM

Job Opps & Fellowships (DC, SF, NYC, Boston, Ithaca, Rochester, and Helena, MT) + Sally Mattison L'97

Attachments: ED for DC Operations, Wharton PPI - revised July 22.pdf; ILRC Staff Attorney (SF).pdf; Project Director for NHelP (Boston or DC).docx; Consumer Law Staff Atty, Monroe Cty VLSP (Rochester).docx; Comm. Litigation Associates (2), Schindler Cohen (NYC).docx; Indian Law Resource Center (Montana).pdf

Please see the attached documents for additional details and application information for each of the following job opportunities listed below:

Job Opportunities
1: Executive Director of DC Operations, Penn Wharton Public Policy Initiative (Washington, DC)

2: Staff Attorney, Immigrant Legal Resource Center (San Francisco, CA)

3: Project Director for Open Enrollment Feedback Loop, National Health Law Program (Boston, MA or Washington, DC)

4: Part-Time Consumer Law Staff Attorney, Monroe County Volunteer Legal Services Project (Rochester, NY)

5: Commercial Litigation Associate, Schindler Cohen & Hochman (New York, NY)

6: Director, Law School Annual Fund, Cornell University (Ithaca, NY)

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7: Attorney, Indian Law Resource Center (Helena, MT)

8: Honors Attorney (Two-Year Fellowship for 3Ls and Recent Grads) Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (Washington, DC)

Click here for more info on the CFPB's Louis D. Brandeis Honors Attorney Program:

Alumnae Accomplishments

Priscilla J. ("Sally") Mattison L'97

In addition to her work as an entertainment attorney in Philadelphia (where she is Of Counsel to Bernard M. Resnick, Esq., P.C.), Mattison has been active in environmental matters for years.

Earlier this year, she was appointed to the Environmental Advisory Council of Radnor Township, Pennsylvania, and she recently earned her LEED AP Homes credential, a distinction conferred upon those involved in the design and construction of healthy, durable homes that use fewer resources and produce less waste.

Note: The LEED Green Building Rating System is a voluntary, consensus-based, market-driven program that provides third-party verification of green buildings. Through its partnership with the Green Building Certification Institute, the nonprofit U.S. Green Buildings Council offers a suite of LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) professional credentials that denote expertise in the field of green building

*As always, please send job opportunities, updates regarding promotions, awards received, or other accomplishments of Penn Law women, and any other relevant news items to*

Corey Ellen Fulton L'07

Director of Alumni Relations

University of Pennsylvania Law School

3400 Chestnut Street

Philadelphia, PA 19104


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