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 by June 30, 2017.

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