Via Amy Kapcyzinski:
We are starting a new initiative here at Yale to do legal work and research to help improve access to clinical trial data.
We need to hire a stellar young attorney (ideally with at least 5 years of experience) who can help us map out a legal strategy around these issues. The person will get to work closely with faculty and students here, and Dave Schulz (a great First Amendment lawyer), and the position pays well ($100 - $130k) and has three years of guaranteed funding.
Job and project description is here:
There are also fellow positions that would be great avenues for young JDs who are interested in open access and transparency issues, or regulatory issues, from a policy or academic bent!