Thursday, February 3, 2011

St. John's Seeks Visiting Con Law Prof

St. John's seeks a visiting Con Law Prof for the Spring Semester 2012.  Here's the announcement:

St. John's University School of Law is seeking an in-residence Spring 2012 visiting professor to teach Constitutional Law (a 1L required course, 4 credits, in a section of about 85 students) and a second Con Law course (an upper-class elective, 2 credits, subject to be worked out with the visitor).  We seek candidates with Con Law teaching experience and strong student evaluations.

St. John's, a Catholic, Vincentian and metropolitan university, is located in Queens, the most diverse and interesting borough in New York City (near millions of wonderful people who will be willing to debate boroughs, teams, politics, policy, restaurants, and other topics with anyone).  We are committed to academic excellence that values diversity and thus encourage applications from women, minorities, and anyone whose background and experiences would enhance the faculty and school environment.

Applicants should submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and names of three references to Professor Vincent C. Alexander, Chair, Faculty Appointments Committee, at, or by mail at St. John's University School of Law, 8000 Utopia Parkways, Queens, NY 11439.


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