Job Posting:  SRLN-Georgetown Law Access to Justice Fellowship
Open to individuals holding a JD with a demonstrated interest in data collection and strategies to promote access to justice

Georgetown’s Institute for Technology Law & Policy and the Self-Represented LitigationNetwork (SRLN) are seeking a fellow for an 18-month access to justice project that will have a transformative effect on the accessibility of legal services across the country.

The Fellow will undertake a first-of-its-kind initiative to create a county-level mapped database of innovations and self-help reforms that are improving litigants’ access to justice throughout theUnited States.  The initiative is designed to support comprehensive, systemic, data-informed reform, promoting innovation and peer network building throughout the country.

The Fellowship is a collaboration of Georgetown University Law Center and the Self-Represented Litigation Network (SRLN), a leading non-profit that supports justice system professionals focused on the question of how best to reform all aspects of the legal system to support self-represented litigants.

You can download the full position description and application requirements here.  

Applicants should submit a resume, cover letter, writing sample, and the name and email address of two references to Applications will be considered on a rolling basis beginning July 17, 2017, until the position is filled.

For questions, please contact, Katherine Alteneder, Executive Director of SRLN, at, or Professor Tanina Rostain, Georgetown Law, at