- Jay Sicklick
- Deputy Director, Center for Children's Advocacy; Director, Medical-Legal Partnership Project
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Jay has directed the Center’s Medical-Legal Partnership Project since April, 2000, overseeing the growth of the project from its beginnings as only the second program of its kind in the country, with an office at the Connecticut Children’s Medical Center, to presently serving 90% of Hartford’s needy children and families with offices at CCMC, Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center, Charter Oak Health Clinic, and Community Health Services, as well as providing consultation and referral services to patients of the Hospital of Central Connecticut. Prior to this appointment, Jay was an Assistant Clinical Professor of Law at University of Connecticut School of Law, teaching lawyering skills, and social welfare law. He was also a senior staff attorney at the Legal Aid Society’s Bronx Neighborhood Office for six years, as well as a private practitioner in Boston. He currently holds the position of Adjunct Professor of Law at the University of Connecticut School of Law, where he teaches courses in legal ethics and professional responsibility and Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics.