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Editor: Amy Jarmon
Texas Tech Univ. School of Law

Saturday, January 16, 2010

Finding Jobs in ASP: Where to look

This is a short post for those of you who are looking for positions in ASP, or who are looking to make a switch to another school. If you made it here, this is a great start for your job search. However, there are other helpful places for you to look:

SALT (Society of American Law Teachers) Job Postings

Chronicle of Higher Education Job Site

The ASP listserv

Consortium of Higher Education (by region)

Additionally, if you are geographically limited or want to work at a particular school, search the school's internal job site and if they have a job listserv, sign up. Personally, I found my position at the University of Connecticut on their internal job site (with help from word-of-mouth); it did not show up on mass listservs. 

Go to conferences; you never know who you will meet and who knows of a job that will be opening up soon. I got every academic support position I ever held through word-of-mouth; someone met me or knew me and gave me a call or a link about a position. The ASP community is enormously friendly, and most everyone will be very happy to help with a job search.

For those of you out there looking for a new position, good luck! (RCF)

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