Law School Academic Support Blog

Editor: Amy Jarmon
Texas Tech Univ. School of Law

Sunday, February 5, 2006

Too Cold Where You Are?

This past week, Prof. Linda L. Berger of Thomas Jefferson School of Law announced this position opening: Director of Academic Success.

The successful candidate will further develop, coordinate, and evaluate a comprehensive program that provides academic support to students from orientation to law school through admission to the bar.  Depending on the successful candidate’s background, experience, and interests, the position carries with it the opportunity to play a broader institutional role.

The future development of the program will be determined by the new Director in collaboration with the faculty and senior administrators.  Components may include learning and study skills workshops for all students; individual counseling and referral for at-risk students; substantive courses incorporating learning and study skills; and involvement in summer pre-law programs, new student orientation, bar preparation coordination, community outreach programs, and faculty teaching workshops.   

Thomas Jefferson School of Law is a non-profit, independent, ABA law school located in San Diego, an attractive and diverse urban community along the Pacific Coast. 

Review of applications will begin immediately.  Thomas Jefferson is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from women and people of color. 

Professor Berger asks that applicants send a résumé and cover letter to: 
ASP/Bar Pass Task Forcec/o Prof. Linda L. Berger
Thomas Jefferson School of Law
2121 San Diego Ave.
San Diego, CA 92110 (Electronic submissions are welcome.)
(619) 374-6933


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