Jamille Fields, JD, MPH
Clinical Fellow, Center for Law and Policy Innovation
Harvard Law School
Jamaica Plain, MA
Jamille joined the Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation at Harvard Law School as a Clinical Fellow in August 2015. Jamille has been involved in a range of projects from increasing access to care for people with chronic illnesses to preventing chronic illnesses through policies on physical activity. Prior to joining the Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation, Jamille spent two years at the National Health Law Program’s (NHeLP) Washington, D.C. office. At NHeLP, where Jamille also interned during law school, her work focused on reproductive health care in the Medicaid program and through Affordable Care Act implementation. Jamille received her J.D. and Master of Public Health degrees from St. Louis University’s Schools of Law and of Public Health. She also received then a Certificate in Health Law Studies. Jamille received her bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Missouri at Columbia.