Thursday, November 20, 2014

Director for the Academic Resource Center Position at Seattle University

Seattle University School of Law invites applications to serve as the Director for the Academic Resource Center (ARC), ideally beginning on June 1, 2015.  ARC is a nationally renowned academic support program, which is known for its commitment to providing access to the legal profession. The ARC program’s dual purpose is to support the diverse and non-traditional students admitted through SU’s Access Admission Program so they excel in law school and beyond, as well as to provide general academic support and bar preparation assistance to the entire student body. The ideal candidate will have expertise and experience in providing academic support for law students, as well as teaching excellence and administrative capability. 

The director reports to the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and supervises three staff members (ARC Associate Director, ARC Assistant Director, and Director of Bar Studies) as well as a team of law student teaching assistants. The director will oversee and evaluate the instructional and programmatic activities of the ARC to implement a comprehensive series of student academic support services that facilitate student academic success and retention, and that support law faculty teaching. The director will teach the intensive summer course for Access Admission students, as well as other academic support-related courses and study strategy workshops. The director is expected to be a supportive link between faculty, teaching assistants, and students by handling questions and helping resolve academic-related problems. The director is also expected to help create and maintain an open and welcoming environment for students and provide advice and counsel to students on issues related to their academic success. In addition, the director works collaboratively with other law school student service departments to provide comprehensive student educational services, oversees ARC Access Admission Alumni events and programs, and actively represents the ARC and School of Law with the Washington State Bar Association, local specialty associations, and national organizations.

This position may be a tenure-track/tenured, long-term contract, or an administrative staff appointment, depending on experience and expertise.  Tenure-track Assistant, Associate or Full Professor appointees are responsible for teaching, maintaining an active research/scholarship agenda and providing service to the School and University.  Contract Assistant, Associate or Professor of Lawyering Skills faculty are responsible for teaching, professional development and community service to the School and University.   

Required:  J.D. from an ABA-accredited institution and license to practice;

Preferred: An advanced degree in a field related to education. 

Seattle University School of Law educates ethical lawyers who distinguish themselves through their outstanding professional skills and their dedication to law in the service of justice. Faculty, students and staff form a vibrant, diverse, and collaborative community that promotes leadership for a just and humane world. The Law School’s commitment to academic distinction is grounded in its Jesuit Catholic tradition, one that encourages open inquiry, thoughtful reflection and concern for personal growth. Our rigorous educational program is characterized by innovation, creativity and technological sophistication, and we prepare our graduates for a wide range of successful and rewarding careers in law, business and public service.

Seattle University, founded in 1891, is a Jesuit Catholic university located on 48 acres on Seattle’s Capitol Hill. More than 7,700 students are enrolled in undergraduate and graduate programs within eight schools. U.S. News and World Report’s “Best Colleges 2015” ranks Seattle University among the top 10 universities in the West that offer a full range of masters and undergraduate programs. Seattle University is an equal opportunity employer. 

In support of its pursuit of academic and scholarly excellence, Seattle University is committed to creating a diverse community of students, faculty and staff that is dedicated to the fundamental principles of equal opportunity and treatment in education and employment regardless of age, color, disability, gender identity, national origin, political ideology, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or veteran status. The university encourages applications from, and nominations of, individuals whose differing backgrounds, beliefs, ideas and life experiences will further enrich the diversity of its educational community.

Interested applicants should submit applications online at https://jobs.seattleu.edu, and include a cover letter, Curriculum Vitae, and contact information for at least three references. The cover letter should be addressed to Professor Catherine O’Neill, Chair, Faculty Appointments Committee, and should describe the applicant’s educational philosophy, commitment to diversity in the legal profession, and how the applicant believes the ARC mission of providing access and support to students from under-represented populations furthers the mission of the Seattle University School of Law.  For full consideration, applications should be submitted by December 15, 2015.  Open until filled.

 

November 20, 2014 in Jobs - Descriptions & Announcements | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack (0)

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Director of Academic Achievement Position at Savannah Law School

Savannah Law School has an exciting and challenging opportunity for an outgoing, organized and energetic person to serve as Director of Academic Achievement.  The Director of Academic Achievement will facilitate the development of programs and workshops to assist students with their transition to law school, employ academic resource tools and exercises for skills assessment, and promote successful completion of the J. D. program. Teaching assignment includes all P.A.S.S (Professional and Academic Success Seminar) classes, the Advanced Analytical Methods course, and an Advanced Bar Skills course to prepare students to sit for the bar exam.  A key responsibility will be to maintain an interactive web-based informational site, including the academic TWEN site.  This position also assists the Vice Dean of the Campus with modifying existing academic program offerings to make them more accessible for students.

The ideal candidate will have a J.D. from an accredited institution and at least 3 years of successful experience in law teaching with a focus on legal writing and analysis.  Preference will be given to candidates with law school academic support and bar preparation experience. 

SLS is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in any of its programs or activities on the basis of race, gender, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, marital status, age, disability, color, or religious belief.  Salary will be competitive based on experience.  Interested candidates may submit their letter of interest, along with a current professional resume and the names of three references, to:

Savannah Law School

Attn: Rose Anne Nespica

          Vice Dean

          516 Drayton Street

          Savannah, Georgia 31401

                   or

rnespica@savannahlawschool.org

 

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Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Assistant Director for Academic Achievement Position at Cal Western

Assistant Director for Academic Achievement

California Western School of Law

 

Summary Description:

Under the general direction of the Assistant Dean for Academic Achievement, the Assistant Director of Academic Achievement provides academic support to law students, particularly those at academic risk.  The Assistant Director is primarily responsible for supervising the tutoring program, presenting skills workshops, and working with first-year students who are facing academic difficulty.  The Assistant Director teaches the Academic Achievement Workshop for second-year students and assists alumni who are studying for the California bar exam.

Qualifications:

Juris Doctor Degree from an ABA-accredited law school; successful passage of California Bar exam; at least one year of law teaching experience in an academic support or bar preparation program.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Individual must be a self-starter, able to prioritize and complete multiple tasks of varying complexity and urgency in a timely and efficient manner.  The individual must have a firm commitment to provide exemplary services in a demanding and challenging environment.  The individual must demonstrate poise, tactfulness, diplomacy and professionalism when dealing with staff, faculty, students and outside constituents. Must demonstrate a passion for working with students and have a track record of developing robust relationships with students. Experience in course planning, classroom presentations, and one-on-one tutoring is a plus.  Experience in learning theories and effective pedagogy, including formative and summative assessment a plus. Knowledge of California Civil Procedure a plus.  Must have ability to speak effectively to groups.

Must be able to maintain confidentiality.  Must understand confidentiality of student information in accordance with FERPA regulations as well as school policies, and other State and Federal laws.  Must be creative and flexible in order to effectively manage student needs on an individual and group basis.  Demonstrated ability and interest in working with a highly diverse student population are required.

Application Deadline:

October 24, 2014, or until filled

Start Date:

Ideally December 2014 to facilitate transition into the spring trimester

Send materials to:

E-mail: HR@cwsl.edu // ATTN: Rikki S. Ueda, Esq., Vice President of Human Resources

 

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Saturday, October 4, 2014

Director of Bar Preparation Position at FIU

Job Description:

BRIEF SUMMARY: Reporting to the Assistant Dean for Academic Support and collaborating with other faculty and staff, the Director of Bar Support assists students and graduates as they prepare for the bar exam, both as they progress through the College of Law and after they graduate. The Director develops, implements, and coordinates school-wide initiatives to improve bar passage, including credit-bearing courses and workshops, as needed.

EXAMPLES OF PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

•  Implements, evaluates, and enhances existing bar-preparation services.

•  Teaches in the College of Law’s U.S. Law & Procedure class, a four-credit course designed to support students’ bar preparation. Also supervises adjunct instructors and guests involved in the course.

•  Improves and expands existing programs, including: providing a clearinghouse of bar preparation information; collaborating with commercial bar preparation companies to assist students with their bar preparation efforts; working with faculty to coordinate a mentor program to provide individual mentors to graduates preparing for the bar; tracking at-risk students’ preparation for the bar exam and performance on the exam; and providing resources for repeat bar exam takers.

•  Helps individual students and graduates develop and execute customized study plans and strategies for passing the bar exam.

•  Creates individual student plans of study after one-on-one meetings with all 2L, 3L, and 4L students.

•  Provides counseling and mentoring for students and graduates, starting in first semester 3L year.

•  Provides advice on course selection for bar preparation purposes.

•  Provides general assistance about bar application completion and character and fitness questions with the assistance of the Dean of Students.

•  Meets regularly with students and graduates who are preparing for the bar exam, reviews sample bar exam essays, and provides analysis and feedback to help them improve their skills.

•  Coordinates instruction and assessments for bar preparation course and provides feedback on student work product.

•  Analyzes bar exam results (including statistical analysis) and provides regular reports concerning results.

•  Provides bar-related information to faculty members regarding topics tested and recent bar exam questions in the faculty member’s area of teaching. Encourages and supports faculty development with respect to the bar exam.

•  Develops web page, social media, and other communications describing bar support program and services.

•  Stays abreast of bar exam developments in Florida and nationally and evaluates new developments in the delivery of bar support by law schools.

•  Regularly attends and develops relationships at regional and national bar support conferences, with efforts to develop a leadership role.

•  Secondarily participates in efforts to support all students’ law school success.

•  Performs other duties as assigned.

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Saturday, September 27, 2014

Director of Bar Preparation and Support Position at NCCU

Job Posting - Director of Bar Preparation and Support at NCCU School of Law

North Carolina Central University School of Law is in the process of hiring a director of bar preparation and support.  Information about the position is below.  Please forward this e-mail to anyone who might be interested,  All inquiries should be sent to Professor Kia Vernon at kvernon@nccu.edu.

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North Carolina Central University (NCCU) School of Law seeks applications for the position of Director of Bar Preparation and Support. The successful candidate will be appointed to a 12-month, full-time, non-tenure track, renewable contract position.   NCCU is a historically Black university located in Durham, North Carolina.  The University offers traditional undergraduate programs in the arts and sciences and select pre-professional, professional and graduate programs.  The School of Law has been recognized by U.S. News and World Report for its affordability and its clinical programs.  More information about NCCU School of Law is available at http://law.nccu.edu/.

The School of Law’s mission has long been to provide an education and a voice to the underserved.    As a school of opportunity, NCCU School of Law works to maximize the potential of students who often come from populations that are underrepresented in the legal field.  For those reasons, we look forward to welcoming applications from those who are particularly eager to work with our diverse and unique student body.

Duties and Responsibilities:

The duties of the Director of Bar Preparation and Support include, but are not limited to:

  • Implementing, evaluating and enhancing the School of Law’s current bar preparation program, including, but not limited to organizing the summer and winter programs, reviewing written submissions from students and offering feedback.
  • Expanding existing programs by providing a clearinghouse of bar preparation materials, collaborating with commercial bar preparation companies to assist students with their bar preparation efforts, coordinating a mentor program to provide assistance to graduates preparing for the bar, tracking at-risk students’ preparation for the bar exam and providing resources for repeat bar takers.
  • Researching and developing innovative programs which incorporate research and statistical information to increase bar passage rates.
  • Working with individual students to develop and execute customized study plans and strategies for passing the bar exam.
  • Providing individual and group feedback and strategies to enhance writing and analytical skills.
  • Mentoring and counseling students and graduates from first year through post bar exam.
  • Teaching sections of the School of Law’s bar preparation courses.
  • Providing supplementary bar preparation workshops.
  • Tracking the results of the School of Law’s bar examination applicants.
  • Partnering with the School of Law’s Academic Support Unit and serving as an ex officio member of the School of Law’s Bar Enhancement and Retention Committee and the School of Law’s Academic Outcomes Committee to identify and aid students who may be at an increased risk for unsuccessful performance.
  • Providing a resource and information database for faculty who seek to incorporate bar examination material into their doctrinal teachings and research.
  • Collaborating with the faculty and administration at the School of Law to develop and implement new components of the bar preparation program.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • A juris doctor degree from an ABA accredited institution.
  • A member in good standing with a state bar, preferably the North Carolina State Bar.
  • An outstanding law school academic record.
  • One year experience working with bar preparation programs that would suggest fitness to provide creative direction in a burgeoning and developing program.
  • Experience in course development and delivery.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Bar support work at a law school.
  • Proven success in raising bar pass rate at a law school.
  • Experience working with the North Carolina bar exam.

  • Previous experience directing a bar exam program either in a law school or for a commercial provider.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:

  • Excellent interpersonal, organization, analytical and public speaking skills.
  • Ability to develop and manage higher educational programs.
  • Knowledge of academic programs pertaining to law school students.
  • Knowledge of and ability to perform research and statistical analysis.
  • Ability to work independently and be a self-starter with demonstrated initiative.
  • Able to relate to students, faculty, University personnel, and external constituents.
  • Ability to follow through.

Application Procedure:

In addition to the North Carolina State Application, please submit a cover letter, resume, transcript, student evaluations (2 most recent years, if applicable), and three professional reference letters to Professor Kia Vernon (kvernon@nccu.edu). Applications will be reviewed upon receipt and continue until the position is filled. Successful completion of a criminal background check is required for final candidates. NCCU is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to providing career opportunities to all people, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, or veteran status. The North Carolina State Application can be found on the NCCU website (https://jobs.nccu.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/frameset/Frameset.jsp?time=1411594165194).

 

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Director of Academic Excellence Position at WVU

Job Description: Director of Academic Excellence

West Virginia University College of law invites applications for the position of Director of the Academic Excellence Center (http://law.wvu.edu/academics/academic-excellence-center). The Academic Excellence Center seeks to enhance the academic performance of law students and to help them thrive at every stage of their law school career and beyond. The Director of the Center works closely with students and faculty to achieve this goal, supporting its mission through a variety of activities, including the Fall & Spring Study Session Programs; one-on-one student counseling; Academic Excellence Fridays (open academic skills workshops); a for-credit bar preparation course for 3Ls; an immersive summer law institute for undergraduates thinking about law school; and a variety of other activities designed to strengthen analytical and test-taking skills.

Qualified applicants should have an outstanding academic record in law school; legal practice experience; teaching experience or superb potential for teaching effectively. The applicant should also be an admitted member of the bar of any state and have a demonstrated ability to establish and maintain a positive working relationship with entities outside the law school, including the State Board of Law Examiners and commercial bar preparation vendors. A degree in education or counseling and experience in working with a wide variety of students, including those with learning disabilities and mental health issues, is an advantage, but not required.  In addition, a deep interest in current research about how adults learn best would be ideal.

This is a full-time, ten-month position with the opportunity to rise through the ranks of Teaching Assistant Professor, Teaching Associate Professor, and Teaching Professor.  The Director of Academic Excellence will be a full-time faculty member entitled to vote and participate in faculty governance in all matters except promotion and tenure decisions regarding faculty members on the tenure track.  This is an exciting time to join the WVU College of Law, which is in the final phase of an extensive renovation that will include a prominent Academic Services Center that features the Office of Academic Excellence. The College of Law recognizes that the Center is an essential resource for helping each student reach his or her maximum potential, and the work of the Academic Excellence Director is highly valued.

 WVU Law is committed to building a multicultural and inclusive work force that includes diversity in race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religion, military service, disabilities, social background, and experience. Appointment and rank will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. WVU Law has established  a place among the nation’s leading public law schools. WVU Law was recently ranked 15th best in the country in public interest law; 16th best-value law school in preLaw Magazine; and in the top 100 (rank 83) by U.S. News and World Report. WVU Law also received the excellence in Pro Bono Award from Super Lawyer Magazine in 2012 for its outstanding clinical law program. Our core values include excellence in scholarship, teaching and service, close student/faculty interaction, diversity and inclusivity, respectful/professional behavior, community, and justice. Founded in 1878, and member of the Association of American Law schools (1914) and accredited by the American Bar Association (1924), WVU Law is the sole law school serving West Virginia, but attracts many students from other states and countries. WVU Law is located in Morgantown, a vibrant university community ranked one of the top small cities in the country. Faculty and students enjoy the convenience of a small city combined with the cultural opportunities of a metropolitan area. West Virginia’s beautiful scenery and recreational opportunities are easily accessible from Morgantown, as are the cities of Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Columbus, Baltimore, and Washington, DC. Please address letters to Appointments Committee Co-Chair Robert Bastress c/o Toni Sebree, West Virginia University College of Law, P.O. Box 6130, Morgantown, WV 26506-6130.

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Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Academic Success Counselor Position at Valparaiso

Job Description

Valparaiso University Law School invites applicants for the position of Academic Success Counselor.

Valparaiso University Law School is located in northwest Indiana and is part of a residential community with excellent public schools and other resources.  It is approximately ten miles from Lake Michigan and the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore as well as one hour from downtown Chicago.

The law school is an integral part of Valparaiso University, a Lutheran affiliated institution founded in 1859 and known for its outstanding liberal arts education and professional programs.  For more information about Valparaiso University Law School, see http://www.valpo.edu/law.

Valparaiso University is looking for an Academic Success Counselor.  The duties of the position include, but are not limited to, teaching academic study skills to currently enrolled Valparaiso University law students, counseling students on academic and bar exam success skills and attorney licensing requirements, and advising graduates studying for the bar examination.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Assists in counseling and advising new students, students on academic probation, students "at risk", and any other student seeking to improve academic performance and/or other academic issues including course scheduling, social influences, etc.  Assist students in developing individualized learning plans and monitor progress throughout the semester.
  • Tracks the academic progress of "at-risk" and academic probation students through detailed note taking.
  • Designs lesson plans and present workshops, tutorials, and programs on topics such as analytical skills, learning styles, time management skills, case briefing, note taking, outlining, exam preparation, and exam taking.  Evaluate the success of these programs through student evaluations and other means.
  • In conjunction with the Directors of Academic Success, directs the Dean's Fellow's program.  Recruits, trains, and supervises the Dean's fellows.  Evaluates the success of the program through student evaluations and other means.
  • Assists students in reviewing answers to practice exams and provides advice regarding exam strategy, including bar exam essays and strategies.
  • Assists the Directors in maintaining the Academic Success website.
  • Assist in bar exam coaching.
  • Perform all other duties assigned by the Directors of Academic Success.

Successful applicants will demonstrate a commitment to cultural diversity and the ability to work with individuals or groups from diverse backgrounds.

Employment at Valparaiso University will require a criminal background check.

To be considered for this position you must upload:

  • Cover letter
  • Resume
  • List of 3 professional references
  • Answer all the application questions

Please address cover letter to:

Deondra Devitt, Assitant Director, Human Resource Generalist, Valparaiso University, School of Law, Valparaiso, IN 46383

Required Skills

  • Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills
  • Ability to establish and maintain positive working relationships with faculty, staff, law school affiliates and guests
  • Ability to use initiative and independent judgment withing established policy and procedural guidelines
  • Ability to handle and keep confidential a variety of different student questions and concerns

Required Experience

  • J.D. degree from an ABA accredited law school with a strong academic record is required
  • 1 to 3 years of legal experience is preferred
  • At least one (1) year of academic experience in either law school teaching, counseling, or bar exam tutoring is preferred
  • Must be a member of a state bar who has successfully completed a bar examination
  • Strong academic and professional qualifications, as well as a demonstrated interest in teaching students with diverse backgrounds

Job Location

Valparaiso, Indiana, United States

Position Type

Full-Time/Regular

 

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Thursday, August 14, 2014

Job Opening: Director of Bar Support at UMass Law

 

Director of Bar Support

Job Description:

SUMMARY PURPOSE OF POSITION: The Director of Bar Success will work with the Director of Academic Success, as well as faculty and staff, including the Director of Graduate Academic Resources and Legal Writing Center, to assist students and graduates as they prepare for the bar exam, both as they progress through Law School and after they graduate.   Develops, coordinates, and implements school-wide initiatives to improve bar passage, including joint workshops and courses, and meetings with students, graduates, Academic Success professionals and faculty.

EXAMPLES OF PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Implements, evaluates, and enhances existing bar-preparation services.
  • Improves and expands existing programs, including:  providing a clearinghouse of bar preparation, collaborating with commercial bar preparation companies to assist students with their bar preparation efforts, working with ASP staff to coordinate a mentor program to provide individual mentors to graduates preparing for the bar, tracking at-risk students’ preparation for the bar exam and performance on the exam, and providing resources for repeat bar exam takers.
  • Helps individual students and graduates develop and execute customized study plans and strategies for
  • passing the bar exam.
  • Creates individual student plans of study after one-on-one meetings with all 2L, 3L, and 4L students.
  • Individual student and graduate counseling and mentoring.
  • Provides advice on course selection.
  • Provides general assistance about bar application completion.
  • Meets regularly with students and graduates who are preparing for the bar exam and reviews sample bar exam essays. and provides analysis and feedback to help them improve their writing skills.
  • Instruction in workshops and for-credit course.
  • Coordinates instruction and assessments for or teaches for-credit bar preparation course and provides feedback on student work product.
  • Analyzes bar exam results (including statistical analysis) and provides regular reports concerning results.
  • Provides bar-related information to faculty members regarding topics tested and recent bar exam questions in the faculty member’s area of teaching and encourages and supports faculty development with respect to the bar exam.
  • Develops web page and other communications describing bar support program and services.
  • Stays abreast of bar exam developments in Massachusetts and nationally and of developments in the delivery of bar support by law schools.
  • Regularly attends and develops relationships at regional and national bar support professionals meetings, with efforts to develop leadership role.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Requirements:

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

EDUCATION: JD

EXPERIENCE:Previous (one to three years) experience teaching law students.

OTHER: Evening and weekend work will be required.  Travel may be required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:

  • Strong interpersonal, organization, analytical and public speaking skills.
  • Ability develop and manage higher educational programs
  • Knowledge of academic programs pertaining to law school students.
  • Knowledge of educational theories and learning styles/disabilities.
  • Knowledge of and ability to perform research and statistical analysis.
  • Ability to work independently and be a self-starter, demonstrated initiative.
  • Able to relate to students, faculty, University personnel, and external constituents.
  • Demonstrated creativity.
  • Ability to follow-through.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

Masters in Education (or related degree)

Bar support work at a Law School

Proven success in raising bar pass rate at a law school


Experience working with the Massachusetts bar exam


Previous experience directing a bar exam program either in a law school or for a commercial provider

About University of Massachusetts Dartmouth:

The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth distinguishes itself as a vibrant public university actively engaged in personalized teaching and innovative research, and acting as an intellectual catalyst for regional and global economic, social, and cultural development.

The University of Massachusetts reserves the right to conduct background checks on potential employees.

UMass Dartmouth is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity, Title IX Employer.

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Friday, July 18, 2014

Director ASP Position at St. John's

St. John’s University School of Law
Director, Academic Support
Tracking Code 217794-951
Title: Director, Academic Support
Department:  School of Law
Campus:  Queens, New York
 
Job Description:
 
St. John’s Law School invites applications for the position of Assistant Dean or Director of Academic Support.  St. John’s is committed to attracting and retaining a talented and diverse student body; we admit students who have the potential to succeed in law school and in the legal profession.  We are therefore committed to providing support to any of our students who struggle academically. 
 
The Law School already has a robust bar passage program for students at risk of failing the bar.  The new Assistant Dean/Director will focus, instead, on academic support in the first, second and (for our evening students) third years of law school.  He or she will help students transition into law school and complete the J.D. degree.  The Director will work with Professors (especially first-year Professors), Teaching Assistants, and Writing Consultants from the Law School Writing Center to devise and provide individualized help for students at risk as well as broader programs and initiatives that provide academic support to students.  We anticipate that the program will evolve, depending on the Director’s vision and skills.
 
Qualifications:
We are looking for an experienced, innovative, self-starter with a strong understanding of the skills students need to succeed in law school.   A J.D. is required for this position.  A Master’s Degree in Education (or a similar field) and experience working with adult learners are both preferred, but not required.
 
The position does not carry a faculty rank.  It will be filled in an administrative title (e.g., Director, Assistant Dean, etc.), which will depend on credentials and experience.
 
When applying, please include a list of five references, and a cover letter explaining your interest in the position and what your vision would be for developing a robust and innovative academic support program at St. John’s.
 
This position is subject to a comprehensive background screen, with employment contingent upon satisfactory results. If access to a University vehicle is required for the position, a DMV check for driving record and valid driver’s license is also required.
 
St. John’s offers a competitive compensation program which is commensurate with your qualifications, experience, and contingent upon the departmental budget. We also offer an extremely comprehensive benefits program to meet the diverse needs of our workforce. Along with exceptional benefits such as medical, dental, life insurance, long term disability insurance, tuition remission, generous 403(b) employer contribution, employee assistance program, and liberal paid time off policies, faculty and staff can also enjoy St. John’s performing arts, libraries, bookstores, dining facilities, campus recreation and sporting events.
 

St. John’s University is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications from women and minorities.

 Applications are accepted online via this link.  

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Monday, June 16, 2014

Welcome changes at Western New England University School of Law . . .

Beginning on July 1st, Kandace Kukas will be the Assistant Dean of Bar Admissions Programs at Western New England University School of Law.  Kandace Kukas comes to Western New England University School of Law with a wealth of experience in bar preparation.  Beginning on August 1st, I will take on the role of Director of Academic Success Programs -- in addition to that of Associate Professor of legal Research and Writing.

(Myra G. Orlen)

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Saturday, June 14, 2014

University of Louisville Director of Academic Success Position

Director of Academic Success position at the University of Louisville School of Law.   You can find the posting on http://louisville.edu/jobs under “Staff Positions”.  The job ID # is UL172 and will remain open until June 15.  The online application is available athttps://highereddecisions.com/uofl/current_vacancies.asp.   I think there are a lot of talented folks in ASP positions that would be a great fit for this.  Please share with anyone you think might be interested.

 

Position Description
Please note: this is the 80% FTE position with the salary of $40,000.00 annually.

The successful candidate will work with students in their transition to law school, will promote students' successful completion of the J.D. program, and will work with administration and faculty to provide students with a skill-set that will prepare them for the bar exam. The School of Law seeks to serve and retain a highly qualified and diverse student body, and the Director should have experience and training that will support working with a diverse student population. Ideally, the successful candidate will begin on June 30, 2014.

Some specific responsibilities of the Director of Academic Success include being responsible for the 1L Structured Study Group program, which includes providing curriculum, training, and supervision to Student Academic Fellows; working with students, individually and in small groups, on legal writing, time management, and test-taking skills; developing and conducting academic support workshops on class preparation, study habits, case briefing, outlining, and exam-taking; and assessing the academic success program, including the law school's bar passage, along with making periodic reports to the faculty on program outcomes. The Director should be prepared to develop and teach a one-hour Legal Methods Study Group in the Spring semester.

Finally, the Director is responsible for working more generally with the Assistant Dean of Student Life and others, to help acculturate students to the rigors of law school and to provide support and referrals to students in need.


The Brandeis School of Law is part of a dynamic metropolitan research university and has a student body of approximately 400 students. It is committed to maintaining a diverse student body and providing an educational experience focused on public service, interdisciplinary study, and public policy development.

 

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Friday, June 13, 2014

Assistant Director of Academic Achievement Position at California Western

Assistant Director of Academic Achievement

California Western School of Law seeks applicants for the Assistant Director of Academic Achievement.  Under the general direction of the Assistant Dean for Academic Achievement, the Assistant Director of Academic Achievement provides academic support to law students, particularly those at academic risk.  The Assistant Director is primarily responsible for supervising the tutoring program, presenting skills workshops, and working with first-year students who are facing academic difficulty.  The Assistant Director also teaches the Academic Achievement Workshop for second-year students and tutors alumni who are studying for the California bar exam. 

Qualifications:  (1) a J.D. degree from an ABA-accredited law school with a record of academic success and bar passage; (2) at least two years of law teaching experience, preferably in an academic support or bar preparation program; (3) excellent written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills; (4) strong problem-solving abilities; (5) good organization, judgment, and flexibility; (6) strong legal research and office computer skills, as well as an aptitude for learning new technology; (7) experience with educational technology and/or statistical analysis software (like SPSS) a plus; (8) experience  in course planning, classroom presentations, formative and summative assessment a plus; and (7) a demonstrated ability and interest in working collaboratively with a diverse population of students, faculty and staff.

Applicants must submit: (1) a cover letter describing their qualifications and salary requirements; and (2) a resume to Human Resources (hr@cwsl.edu). Salary will be commensurate with experience, and the position includes a competitive benefits package.  Applications will be accepted through June 30, 2014.  The preferred start date is August 1, 2014.

California Western is an equal opportunity employer and values diversity. Founded in 1924, California Western (www.cwsl.edu) is a private, independent law school located in downtown San Diego, California that is celebrating 90 years of excellence.  It is accredited by the American Bar Association and is a member of the Association of American Law Schools. 

June 13, 2014 in Jobs - Descriptions & Announcements | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack (0)

Sunday, June 1, 2014

USC Gould School of Law Dean of Students Position

Position Vacancy

DEAN OF STUDENTS

 

USC Law School seeks applicants for the position of dean of students.  The law school – located just south of downtown Los Angeles on the main USC campus – has always been a small and collegial institution.  Our entering JD classes typically are under 200 students.

The dean of students oversees core aspects of student services, including student affairs, financial aid, registration and records, and the office of public service.  In addition to managing these functions, the dean of students provides students with personal and academic counseling and collaborates with other law school offices, especially admissions, careers services, international programs, academic support, and the academic dean.  The dean of students sits ex officio on the academic affairs committee.

The successful candidate will possess a collaborative working style and proven ability to manage an office.  A JD degree and prior experience in higher education, especially in counseling students, are strongly preferred.

USC values diversity and is committed to equal opportunity in employment.

To apply for this position, follow this link:  http://jobs.usc.edu/postings/23378.

For additional information, contact Professor Scott Altman: saltman@law.usc.edu

 

5/27/2014

 

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Saturday, May 17, 2014

Assistant Dean of Graduate Legal Studies Position at Cornell

Although not an ASP position, I thought the following position may be of interest to some of our colleagues since it has ASPish dimensions:

The Assistant Dean of Graduate Legal Studies is responsible for providing overall leadership for the Law School's Graduate Legal Studies Program, and for the ongoing development, planning, management and assessment of the program. The Assistant Dean reports to and coordinates with the Associate Dean for International Affairs. In addition, he or she works closely with the Graduate and International Faculty Committee and the faculty Director of Graduate Legal Studies. The Assistant Dean serves as the primary career counsellor and academic advisor for the graduate students. In addition, he or she is responsible for overseeing the following matters related to the Law School's graduate students: immigration and visas; fellowship awards; the university's graduate school program; and the New York Bar. Finally, the new Assistant Dean will be responsible for transitioning LL.M and J.S.D. admissions into the Graduate Legal Studies Program office. As a part of this transition, and going forward, the position will require domestic and international travel for meetings and recruitment.

 

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:  A JD (or equivalent degree) is required and further graduate degree in law is preferred. In addition, the successful applicant must have at least 3 - 5 years of relevant experience. The successful applicant will also have a demonstrated aptitude for working well with a diverse and engaged international student body, as well as with staff and faculty; strong communication and leadership skills; be self-motivated and seek opportunities for learning; be flexible, open and receptive to new ideas and approaches to the program; and show initiative in his or her approach to leadership and program development.

 

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: LLM or other graduate degree in law; at least 5-7 years of previous experience in law school administration or student services, plus previous experience with international students and programs; fluency in a second language; and membership in the New York Bar.

 

For a full description and to apply on line, please see: https://cornellu.taleo.net/careersection/10164/jobdetail.ftl?job=23747.  Cornell University is an innovative Ivy League university and a great place to work. Our inclusive community of scholars, students and staff impart an uncommon sense of larger purpose and contribute creative ideas to further the university's mission of teaching, discovery and engagement. Located in Ithaca, NY, Cornell's far-flung global presence includes the medical college's campuses on the Upper East Side of Manhattan and Doha, Qatar, as well as the new Cornell Tech campus to be built on Roosevelt Island in the heart of New York City. Diversity and Inclusion are a part of Cornell University's heritage. We're an employer and educator recognized for valuing AA/EEO, Protected Veterans, and Individuals with Disabilities.

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Friday, May 16, 2014

Assistant Director of Bar Programs and Academic Development Position at Touro

JOB POSTING

 

Assistant Director of Bar Programs and Academic Development

 

Touro College, Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center is accepting applications for the position of Assistant Director of Bar Programs and Academic Development.  This position is a 12-month position and reports to the Director of Academic Development and Bar Programs. 

The Assistant Director of Bar Programs and Academic Development assists the Director of Academic Development and Bar Programs in all aspects of Touro’s Academic Support Programs and bar preparation programs with a specific concentration on bar programs. 

JOB RESPONSIBILTIIES:

 ALS Practicum:  teach a fall section and one or more spring sections of Touro’s bar preparation seminar course.

Legal Foundations:  teach two sections of this first-semester, first year course.

 One-on-one tutoring for at-risk students: Weekly one-on-one bar tutoring sessions in the seven weeks before the bar exam for eligible February and July bar takers.  In addition, work with approximately 10 students to prepare for the July bar from May-July; work with approximately 5 students for the February bar.

Teach MPT component for Legal Analysis I and/or II classes

Supplemental bar counseling:  One-on-one counseling for “at risk” students in the semester before graduation.

·         Provide supplementary bar prep workshops:

o   Informational workshops on bar review courses

o   Getting a “jump start” on bar prep

o   What to expect in bar review and how to prepare financially, emotionally, and scholastically

o   Substantive bar preparation sessions --- targeted subjects

 

 Individual bar assistance:Provide individual assistance to all students who seek bar services, including re-takers as well as first-time takers, and LL.M. students. 

·         Administrative functions:

o   For bar tutoring programs: identify eligible students; invite and sign-up students; in consultation with the Director, assign students to tutors; provide materials and oversight to tutors; follow-up with surveys to tutors and students

o   Provide administrative oversight for bar workshops and programs

o   Provide administrative oversight for bar diagnostic programs

 

Future programs.  Provide assistance in preparing students for bar passage as programs are implemented.

 

REQUIREMENTS:

 

Applicants must possess a J.D. degree with a record of high academic achievement from an ABA-accredited law school for this full-time position.  The ideal candidate should possess excellent writing, speaking, and organizational skills as well as a demonstrated commitment to bar passage and academic support. Strong interpersonal communications skills are essential. Experience in bar preparation and academic support at the law school level is required.  Evening and some weekend work is required. 

 

Application Procedure

Please send a cover letter and your resume to:  lindab@tourolaw.edu.  The subject line of your email should read:  Assistant Director of Bar Programs and Academic Development. 

 

Application Deadline:  June 15 with rolling application review.

 

Touro Law Center is located in Central Islip, on the south shore of Long Island, an hour from New York City. Fifty full-time law faculty members provide a practice-oriented educational curriculum to approximately 700 students in both full-time day and part-time evening programs. Visit http://www.tourolaw.edufor more information about Touro Law Center.

 

Touro College is committed to the principles of equal employment opportunity. Our practices and employment decisions regarding employment, hiring, assignment, promotion, compensation, and other terms and conditions of employment are not to be based on an employee's race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, disability, ancestry, military discharge status, sexual orientation, marital status, genetic predisposition, housing status, or any other protected status, in accordance with applicable law. Our policies are in conformance with Title IX, 1972 Education Amendments

 

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Thursday, May 15, 2014

Academic Success Counselor Position at Valparaiso

Job Description

Valparaiso University Law School invites applicants for the position of Academic Success Counselor.

 

Valparaiso University Law School is located in northwest Indiana and is part of a residential community with excellent public schools and other resources.  It is approximately ten miles from Lake Michigan and the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore as well as one hour from downtown Chicago.

 

The law school is an integral part of Valparaiso University, a Lutheran affiliated institution founded in 1859 and known for its outstanding liberal arts education and professional programs.  For more information about Valparaiso University Law School, see http://www.valpo.edu/law.

 

Valparaiso University is looking for an Academic Success Counselor.  The duties of the position include, but are not limited to, teaching academic study skills to currently enrolled Valparaiso University law students, counseling students on academic and bar exam success skills and attorney licensing requirements, and advising graduates studying for the bar examination.

 

 

Responsibilities Include:

 

·         Assists in counseling and advising new students, students on academic probation, students "at risk", and any other student seeking to improve academic performance and/or other academic issues including course scheduling, social influences, etc.  Assist students in developing individualized learning plans and monitor progress throughout the semester.

 

·         Tracks the academic progress of "at-risk" and academic probation students through detailed note taking.

 

·         Designs lesson plans and present workshops, tutorials, and programs on topics such as analytical skills, learning styles, time management skills, case briefing, note taking, outlining, exam preparation, and exam taking.  Evaluate the success of these programs through student evaluations and other means.

 

·         In conjunction with the Directors of Academic Success, directs the Dean's Fellow's program.  Recruits, trains, and supervises the Dean's fellows.  Evaluates the success of the program through student evaluations and other means.

 

·         Assists students in reviewing answers to practice exams and provides advice regarding exam strategy, including bar exam essays and strategies.

 

·         Assists the Directors in maintaining the Academic Success website.

 

·         Assist in bar exam coaching.

 

·         Perform all other duties assigned by the Directors of Academic Success.

 

 

Successful applicants will demonstrate a commitment to cultural diversity and the ability to work with individuals or groups from diverse backgrounds.

 

Employment at Valparaiso University will require a criminal background check.

 

 

To be considered for this position you must upload:

·         Cover letter

·         Resume

·         List of 3 professional references

·         Answer all the application questions

 

 

Please address cover letter to:

Deondra Devitt, Assistant Director, Human Resource Generalist
Valparaiso University, School of Law
Valparaiso, IN 46383

Required Skills

·         Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills

·         Ability to establish and maintain positive working relationships with faculty, staff, law school affiliates and guests

·         Ability to use initiative and independent judgment withing established policy and procedural guidelines

·         Ability to handle and keep confidential a variety of different student questions and concerns

Required Experience

·         J.D. degree from an ABA accredited law school with a strong academic record is required

·         1 to 3 years of legal experience is preferred

·         At least one (1) year of academic experience in either law school teaching, counseling, or bar exam tutoring is preferred

·         Must be a member of a state bar who has successfully completed a bar examination

·         Strong academic and professional qualifications, as well as a demonstrated interest in teaching students with diverse backgrounds

Job Location

Valparaiso, Indiana, United States

Position Type

Full-Time/Regular

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Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Director of Bar Programs Position at California Western

California Western School of Law

Director of Bar Programs

California Western School of Law seeks applicants for the Director of Bar Programs.  In conjunction with the Assistant Dean for Academic Achievement, the Director of Bar Programs is responsible for the California Western bar review program, which includes 2L, 3L and graduate components.  The Director staffs and teaches in bar preparation programs for second and third year law students, coordinates the post-graduate program, and assists students studying for the California bar examination. To be effective, the Director must stay abreast of developments in the California bar exam; develop and maintain a high level of knowledge about academic support and bar preparation programs; measure the effectiveness of the bar programs, and supervise small group instructors.  The Director also advises the faculty and administration as to all bar preparation matters and makes periodic reports about bar passage.

Qualifications:  (1) a J.D. degree from an ABA-accredited law school with a record of academic success; (2) at least five years of law teaching experience, preferably in a bar preparation program; (3) strong skills in course planning, classroom presentation, formative and summative assessment, as well as the ability to counsel and tutor individual students; (4) superior written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills; (5) the ability to think imaginatively and critically about how to measurably improve law student bar performance and to design, implement, and manage programs to promote that development; (6) good organization, judgment, and flexibility; and (7) a demonstrated ability and interest in working collaboratively with a diverse population of students, faculty and staff.  Experience working with SPSS or similar statistical analysis software is preferred.

Applicants must submit: (1) a cover letter describing their qualifications and salary requirements; and (2) a resume to Human Resources (hr@cwsl.edu). Salary will be commensurate with experience, and the position includes a competitive benefits package.  Applications will be accepted through June 13, 2014.  The preferred start date is July 1, 2014.

California Western is an equal opportunity employer and values diversity. Founded in 1924, California Western (www.cwsl.edu) is a private, independent law school located in downtown San Diego, California that is celebrating 90 years of excellence.  It is accredited by the American Bar Association and is a member of the Association of American Law Schools. 

 

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Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Job Posting: Assistant Dean for Academic Achievement, Cal Western

Our dear friend Marilyn Scheininger is retiring. Her position at CalWestern is opening up. Please be sure to wish Marilyn well on her journeys; she has been a wonderful friend and colleague to so many people in ASP, and her presence will be deeply missed.

Assistant Dean for Academic Achievement, Cal Western

Applications will be accepted through May 10, 2014.  The start date for this position is August 1, 2014.

Qualifications:  Bachelor’s Degree and J.D. required.  Experience with law school academic support and bar support required. Excellent written and oral communication skills are essential.  Prior administrative experience, including at least 5 years supervisory experience, and budget management essential.  Must be able to work with diverse constituencies.  Knowledge and experience with statistical studies beneficial.  Demonstrated administrative experience, exceptional interpersonal advisory and supervisory skills, complex project management abilities, and superlative oral and written communication skills are also essential.
 
Summary Description:  This position is responsible for providing, coordinating, and supervising academic support and bar support programs for students at California Western.  The Assistant Dean must provide leadership for the department and effectively manage multiple tasks, programs, and responsibilities.  Strong interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to work with a highly diverse student and faculty population are required. A commitment to supporting students and promoting academic success in a rigorous law school environment is essential.
Interested individuals should provide a cover letter describing their interest in and qualifications for the position, salary requirements, and resume to: California Western School of Law Human Resources at HR@cwsl.edu. Competitive benefits, 403(b) and Flexible Spending Plans.
California Western is an equal opportunity employer and values diversity. Founded in 1924, California Western (www.cwsl.edu) is a private, independent law school located in downtown San Diego, California that is celebrating 90 years of excellence.  It is accredited by the American Bar Association and is a member of the Association of American Law Schools.
 

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Wednesday, March 19, 2014

UCLA Position for Assistant Dean of Student Affairs

Assistant Dean of Student Affairs – UCLA School of Law

JOB SUMMARY STATEMENT

The Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs and Student Services, also known as the Dean of Students, provides strategic leadership for law school programs and services that foster the academic success and professional development of students enrolled at the law school. The incumbent cultivates an environment of mutual respect and appreciation of diversity among students.  Key responsibilities of this position include: serving as a liaison for students with faculty and administration; advising and supporting students in their academic development; overseeing implementation of reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities; overseeing student organizations; implementing academic standards; formulating new policies affecting student conduct or academic options; overseeing student welfare and discipline; and overseeing the creation and support for procedures and programs that promote diversity, foster an inclusive environment, and enrich law students in their professional development.

The Assistant Dean reports to the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and Curriculum and works in a collaborative relationship with other offices within the law school and campus, the faculty and the legal community. The candidate directly supervises the Assistant Director of Academic Affairs, and the Assistant Director of Student Services.

Discretion and independent judgment are required of this position. Some travel may be required to attend on and off campus events during and outside normal business hours.

 

QUALIFICATIONS & REQUIREMENTS

 

·         Juris Doctoratedegreeor theequivalentdegreedesired.

·         Senior levelmanagement experienceandskill in programreviewand development, institutional assessmentprocesses, andinter-unitcoordination.

·         Seventotenyears ofexperienceworking ina positionwith increasing responsibility, preferably atan institutionof higher education.

·         Demonstratedabilitytoeffectappreciationofdiversity, inter-cultural competencyand experienceinfosteringthose values instudents, staffand facultyinaconcreteand pragmatic way.

·         Demonstrated skill in academic advising for all students, but particularly students in the academic support program.

·         Advancedknowledgeof theoveralllawschool academic cycle, witha clear understandingof curriculum, financialaid, law school and American Bar Association policies and procedures.

·         Abilitytoestablish andmaintaineffective, collaborativerelationships andenlistsupport ofall levelsoffaculty, staff, students, campus administrators andcommunityconstituencies, inorder tomobilizea teameffort toaccomplish programgoals.

·         Demonstratedabilityto deal with andresolveconceptual, administrativeand public relations issues.

·         Advanced knowledge of Americans with Disabilities Act and compliance requirements.

·         Skill in developing andimplementingsuccessful strategies toprovideexceptionalstudentand facultyservices.


 

 

APPLICATION INFOMRMATION

Please note the application deadline is April 10, 2014.

The link to apply is listed below:

http://hr.mycareer.ucla.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=63284

 

 

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Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Assistant Professor of Academic Success & Director of Academic Success and Bar Preparation at U of Dayton

Assistant Professor of Academic Success and Director of Academic Success and Bar Preparation – POSITION SUMMARY

The University of Dayton School of Law is accepting applications for an Assistant Professor of Academic Success who also will be Director of Academic Success and Bar Preparation.    The Academic Success Program at the School of Law is designed to help students develop the skills necessary for law school success and first-time bar passage.  The Academic Success Program impacts every stage of the academic program, providing support to students from orientation to after graduation.  An academic success professor position is a non-tenure track position for one year with possibility for renewal pursuant to a faculty adopted policy which also provides for a long-term (three or five-year) appointment after at least three years of satisfactory service.   An Assistant Professor of Academic Success will be charged with teaching academic success courses, providing academic advising to students, and participating in and supporting the Academic Success Program.  The Director of Academic Success and Bar Preparation is an internal administrative appointment at the discretion of the Dean of the School of Law.  The Director of Academic Success and Bar Preparation will lead the Academic Success Program and supervise faculty teaching in programs of academic success and bar examination preparation.  A more detailed position description is available upon request.

An applicant must have prior experience in legal education or law teaching, including prior experience in the enhancement of student learning processes and outcomes. In addition to a J.D. degree, the applicant must also have a demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with a diverse population of students, faculty, and administrators.  We prefer candidates with three years or more prior experience in law school academic support, prior experience in the assessment of students’ academic performance consistent with the expectations of the faculty and the bar examination, and highly effective communication and presentation skills.

The University of Dayton, founded in 1850 by the Society of Mary, is a top ten Catholic research university. The University seeks outstanding, diverse faculty and staff who value its mission and share its commitment to academic excellence in teaching, research and artistic creativity, the development of the whole person, and leadership and service in the local and global community.  To attain its Catholic and Marianist mission, the University is committed
to the principles of diversity, inclusion and affirmative action and to equal opportunity policies and practices. We act affirmatively to recruit and hire women, traditionally under-represented minority groups, people with disabilities and veterans.  Applications will be accepted until March 27, 2014.  To be considered as a candidate for this position, you must apply online at: 
 http://jobs.udayton.edu/postings/13008.  Cover letter and CV should be submitted electronically on the website at the time of application.  For more information about the School of Law or the Academic Support Program, please visit our website at http://www.udayton.edu/law or contact the chair of the hiring committee, Professor James Durham, University of Dayton School of Law, 300 College Park, Dayton, Ohio  45469-2772.

 

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