Women Lawyers Division

Philadelphia Chapter



Ballard Spahr, LLP
Healthcare Attorney (Non-Partnership Track) 
Philadelphia, PA
We are seeking a lawyer with at least 4 years of experience in regulatory/transactional health law to join our Business & Finance Department. Successful candidates will have knowledge of federal and state health care laws and regulations, including the Affordable Care Act, HIPAA, HITECH, False Claims Act, Stark, Anti-kickback, and Medicare laws and regulations. Outstanding academic credentials and excellent oral and written communication are required. Attorneys in our growing healthcare practice serve as counsel to non-profit and for-profit health care providers, including hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, pharmacies, physician practices and clinical labs, as well as represent medical schools, medical plans, third-party payers and other health care related providers and businesses. Active bar in PA and/or NJ is preferred.
Our Business & Finance Department has a regional and national practice involving public and private companies and nonprofit organizations. Our clients include companies engaged in technology, manufacturing and service functions; pharmaceutical, energy, telecommunications, and software as well as financial institutions; investment companies; sports and other franchises; public utilities; and hospitals and health services.
Ballard Spahr is committed to ensuring diversity in its workplace, and candidates from diverse backgrounds are strongly encourage to apply.
Applicants please apply online


 Writing Opportunities at The Legal Intelligencer
If anyone is interested in being a regular contributor (or just wants to write one or two) of either Young Lawyer or In-House Counsel columns, please contact Kristie (contact info below.)
In-House Counsel
The Legal publishes a weekly column focused on in-house counsel matters each Wednesday in The Legal. They are open to pitches on any topic that is relevant to GCs.
Young Lawyer
The Legal publishes a weekly column focused on young lawyers each Thursday in The Legal. They are open to pitches on any topic that is relevant to young lawyers.
Kristie Rearick
Magazines and Supplements editor
The Legal Intelligencer
1617 JFK Blvd., Suite 1750
Philadelphia, PA  19103
T: [http://tel:(215)%20557-2449/]215-557-2449

The ABA YLD Minorities in the Profession Committee publishes quarterly newsletters as well as 101/201 Practice Series articles on our website. Submissions for the newsletter can be shorter pieces (approx. 250 - 450 words) about a recent news event, recent court decision, etc. Our 101/201 Practice Series articles are online resources for new lawyers covering basic training in both substantive and practical aspects of law practice. These articles are typically around 600 words. While Practice Series articles are longer, and tend to be more substantive in nature, it is important to note that these are not “law review” articles. They can vary in terms of topic, but should have some nexus to the work of the Minorities in the Profession Committee.
Alisha Lubin is the Vice Chair and Content Editor for the Minorities in the Profession Committee of the ABA's Young Lawyers Division. For additional information about topics, submissions, etc., send an email to Lubin, .  Click to view a copy of the  Fall newsletter.

Upon Further Review is the Philadelphia Bar Association’s online legal news publication. The publication provides relevant, timely, and substantive legal news and analysis from the members of the Bar, for the members of the Bar. Each month, Upon Further Review showcases articles on relevant topics and provide news and analysis that covers all aspects of the law, from trends to trials, from case analysis to opinion pieces. 

You are invited to submit articles for consideration. Original materials, previously unpublished, can be submitted on a rolling basis.  Articles need not be longer than 600-800 words. 

Amy J. Seefeld 
Senior Staff Counsel 
Public & Legal Services 
Philadelphia Bar Association 

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