Law and Policy Analyst
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Jonathan Lim joined CHHS as a Law Fellow shortly after graduating magna cum laude from the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law in 2017. He has a certificate from the school in Cybersecurity and Crisis Management Law and also studied International Law. He is licensed to practice law by the state of New York.
Jonathan has worked with several Counties in Maryland to update their various emergency response and recovery plans, such as their Emergency Operations Plan and their Donations Management Plan. Additionally, he has been a controller/evaluator for the Region V medical emergency preparedness exercise and assisted with the creation of the Maryland Department of Health’s Emergency Preparedness Handbook. He has written on national cybersecurity policy, active shooter response at airports, and counterterrorism policies.
During his time at the Maryland School of Law, he interned at the United States Congress House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs. He was also a member of Jessup International Moot Court Team and the founding President of the school’s Military Law and Veterans’ Society. He served as an extern with CHHS before joining full-time.
Jon completed his undergraduate studies at Rutgers University in 2005, earning a BA in English. He then served in the United States Army as a Combat Medic and Senior Company Medic, deploying with the 82nd Airborne Division. While in the Army, he completed the Warrior Leader Course, the Special Operations Language Training Course in Mandarin Chinese, and Brigade Combat Team Trauma Training. He maintains a current EMT-B qualification. He also deploys as a civilian disaster response volunteer with Team Rubicon when possible.
Example Projects Include:
- Anne Arundel County – Emergency Operations Plan update
- Prince George’s County – Donations Management Plan
- Maryland Department of Health – contributing writer, Emergency Preparedness Handbook