Position of Legal Fellowship available at the University of California Davis. The ISO Legal Fellowship permits one Fellow to spend one year in residence in the ISO; working for the campus on contractual issues, and researching other legal issues facing the ISO and the University of California. This Fellowship will also provide the fellow with an opportunity to experience and contribute to information security and privacy within a dynamic department and a large public research university. A few of the benefits that this position offers a Fellow are
- Practical skills reviewing and negotiating a variety of contexts with complex privacy and security implications.
- Significant responsibilities and hands-on experience addressing legal issues in data security contexts.
- Opportunity to grow and develop expertise in a rapidly evolving area of law
Under the direction of the Deputy Chief Information Security Officer (DCISO) in the Information Security Office (ISO) of Information & Educational Technology (IET), this position works on a wide variety of legal and organizational issues encountered in an Information Security Office (ISO) at the University.
- Basically, the position reviews contracts and advises the ISO on legal, regulatory, privacy and compliance risks across a number of different ISO functions and services.
- Also, supports the risk and compliance teams in the ISO, advising on related legal and regulatory topics and acting as the liaison with University counsel on legal matters.
- This position also researches and drafts memorandums on special projects undertaken by the ISO. May also assist in other areas under the purview of the ISO, such as participating in risk and compliance reviews of research contracts, cloud vendors and/or campus departments.
Requirements for this Legal Fellowship at the University of California Davis
- Graduate from an accredited Law School.
- Experience researching and interpreting data and/or documents.
- Similarly, experience interpreting, analyzing and summarizing legal statutes, laws and regulations, and legal documents, policies and procedures.
- Experience using legal research platforms such as Westlaw, LexisNexis or similar.
- Legal writing skills to produce clear, organized reports, correspondence and legal memos.
- Furthermore, oral, written and interpersonal communication skills to convey information of varying complexity to a wide variety of audiences.
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