Monday, June 26, 2006

How About the West Coast?

Sunny California sounds nice.  Santa Clara University School of Law is looking for an Academic Success and Legal Writing Specialist.  Below is a short description of the program.

This newly-created academic position at Santa Clara University School of Law functions within the Student Academic & Professional Development Department in conjunction with its Academic Success Program and in coordination with Santa Clara’s Legal Research & Writing Program. The specialist is responsible for teaching second-year classes in fundamentals of legal method and analysis, for providing writing assistance and counseling to individual students in our full- and part-time programs, and for helping shape academic services in the long-term.

The position is a full-time academic staff position on an initial 11-month contract, which may be renewed for sequential three year periods. It is not a tenure-track position and carries no voting privileges. The specialist reports to the Assistant Dean for Student Academic & Professional Development.

Send letter of interest and current resume to Marina Hsieh, Assistant Dean for Academic & Professional Development, Santa Clara University School of Law, 500 El Camino Real, Santa Clara, CA 95053-0448.  We will accept applications until the position is filled. Interviews will not begin before the last week of July 2006. A start date during the fall of 2006 is preferred, with first classes starting in January 2007. (dbw)


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