Julie Fellmeth CPIL
Public interest law attorney Julie Fellmeth has focused the last decade of her career on advancing the regulation of health care professions in California. In addition to repeated appearances before the California legislature and health care agencies, Julie Fellmeth has contributed to strengthening government regulation of these fundamental service providers through numerous reports and publications that reflect the failures of current standards of review, discipline and diversion programs, and licensing requirements. Since 1986, Julie Fellmeth has worked with the University of San Diego School of Law?s Center for Public Interest Law (CPIL). Originally hired as a Supervising Attorney, Julie Fellmeth was promoted to Administrative Director in 1995. Julie Fellmeth graduated cum laude from the University of San Diego School of Law in 1983, where she served as the Editor-of-Chief of the San Diego Law Review. Julie Fellmeth now serves as the Editor of CPIL?s California Regulatory Law Reporter. Julie Fellmeth also oversees the student legal internship program at CPIL and assists students in the writing and research process. An ardent civic servant, Julie Fellmeth remains actively involved in many of CPIL?s advocacy projects and has assisted in the research and drafting of major reports, including ?Physician Discipline in California: A Code Blue Emergency.? In this 1989 report, Julie Fellmeth explained CPIL?s criticism of the Medical Board's physician discipline system. Julie Fellmeth continues to function as an integral advocate for the further regulation of California?s health care agencies. In 2003, Julie Fellmeth was selected to serve as the Medical Board of California's Enforcement Monitor. With 24 years of experience in the public interest law sector, Julie Fellmeth serves as a Faculty Advisor to the University of San Diego?s Public Interest Law Foundation (PILF).
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