Sunday, July 27, 2014
Last year, when many law schools made no new hires, Alabama was one of the most active law schools on the market. Alabama hired a new dean and five new faculty members. It appears that Alabama is looking to hire again this year.
The University of Alabama School of Law is seeking applications from entry level or lateral candidates. They will accept applications from applicants in all subject areas, but have a particular interest in applicants that research and teach in one or more of the following areas:
business law (including enterprise, finance, and/or securities); administrative regulation (including the regulatory state and/or regulated industries or activities); intellectual property (specifically trademark and copyright); and criminal law (including substantive criminal law and/or criminal procedure).
(Emphasis added, for the benefit of our business law readers.)
More information is available here.