May 01, 2013
Opening at Ave Maria Law
Ave Maria School of Law invites applications for multiple faculty positions from entry-level and lateral candidates, pre- or post-tenure. Ave Maria particularly welcomes applications from candidates with teaching and research interest in Contracts, Business Organizations, Sales, Negotiable Instruments, Secured Transactions, and related commercial subjects. Applicants should have superior academic credentials; a record, or the promise, of excellence in teaching and legal scholarship; and an interest and commitment in exploring his or her teaching and research interests in an institution that strives to integrate the Catholic intellectual tradition into teaching, scholarship, and service. Entry-level applicants may demonstrate scholarly promise by publications in scholarly journals or scholarly works in progress. In the case of any applicant with tenure, a distinguished record of teaching and scholarship is required. Interested candidates should send their materials to Professor Patrick T. Gillen, current chair of the Appointments Committee. Applications can be e-mailed to Professor Gillen at firstname.lastname@example.org or can be mailed to his attention at 1025 Commons Circle, Naples, Florida 34119. Resume review will begin immediately and continue until the positions are filled.
Ave Maria School of Law, providing legal education enriched by the Catholic Faith, seeks employees whose education, experience and beliefs are consistent with its mission. Ave Maria School of Law is an EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION employer that values diversity, including diversity in religious affiliation, and strongly encourages applications from persons of diverse backgrounds willing to support the institutional mission; it requires compliance with all state and federal laws governing employment discrimination.
July 19, 2012
Wicked Good Employment Opportunity
SUFFOLK UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL in Boston invites applications for several tenure- track positions starting in the 2013-2014 academic year. We seek entry-level and lateral candidates with strong academic records and a demonstrated commitment to excellence in teaching and scholarship. We have particular curricular teaching needs in first-year contracts and first-year property, together with upper-level courses with a focus on health law, business or financial services. We also have foreseeable needs in criminal law and international law. Consideration may also be given to relevant practice experience and community involvement. Suffolk University is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from women, persons of color, sexual orientation minorities, and others who will contribute to the diversity of the faculty. Interested candidates should contact Professors Jessica Silbey and Robert Smith, Co-Chairs, Faculty Appointments Committee, at email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org, with a copy to email@example.com, or mail their materials to the Co-Chairs of the Appointments Committee, c/o Janine LaFauci, at Suffolk University Law School, 120 Tremont St., Boston, Massachusetts 02108-4977.
March 15, 2012
Mississippi Seeks Visitor
The University of Mississippi is seeking applicants for a one-year visit during the 2012-13 academic year. Our primary curricular need is a full-year contracts course. Other subjects are negotiable. Interested applicants must apply on line at jobs.olemiss.edu. Please include a CV and a cover letter (including courses he or she is best prepared to teach). For more information please contact Donna Davis, Chair, Faculty Appointments Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please put "visiting position" in the subject line. The University of Mississippi is an EEO/AA/Title VI/Title IX/Section 504/ADA/ADEA employer.
December 22, 2011
Clerkship Position Available with the DC Contract Appeals Board
The DC Contract Appeals Board is hiring law clerks for the Spring 2012 semester. They are interested in 2Ls, 3Ls, and LL.M.s with a strong interest in government contracts law, and litigation.
The CAB has an extremely busy docket, providing you with an excellent opportunity to gain experience working on bid protest and contract claims. Moreover, each student will work directly for a judge, serving as the judge's law clerk.
Requested Application Materials:
Applicants should provide a one-page cover letter, resume, recent legal writing sample (8 pages maximum that has been written within the last 3 years), and three professional references (including email addresses and telephone numbers).
Applications may be mailed or emailed as follows:
D.C. Contract Appeals Board
441 4th Street, NW., Suite 350N
Washington, D.C. 20001
[JT w/ HT to Jessica Tillipman and the Government Procurement Law Program at the George Washington University Law School]
September 14, 2011
Contracts Job in the Army Corps of Engineers
Job Title: Attorney-Advisor (Contracts)
Department: Department Of The Army
Agency: Army Corps of Engineers
Job Announcement Number: SCGV11025635R
|$81,823.00 - $106,369.00 /year|
|Friday, September 09, 2011 to Wednesday, October 19, 2011|
SERIES & GRADE:
|- This is a Permanent position. -- Full Time|
|1 vacancy - FL - Jacksonville|
WHO MAY BE CONSIDERED:
|Challenge Yourself - Be an Army Civilian - Go Army!
Civilian employees serve a vital role in supporting the Army mission. They provide the skills that are not readily available in the military, but crucial to support military operations. The Army integrates the talents and skills of its military and civilian members to form a Total Army.
Furnishes expert legal advice and advocacy in the area of government contract law to the Jacksonville District Command and staff. Reviews and provides advice regarding government contract strategies and documents such as acquisition plans, solicitations for bids and requests for proposals, plans and specifications, task orders, and contract modif...
About the Position: Serves as a senior attorney with other attorneys in the procurement practice group of the Jacksonville District Office of Counsel to help ensure the successful implementation of civil works and military construction projects. Duties are performed under the general supervision of the District Counsel; however, all duties including the management of the caseload and the development of legal strategy are performed independently in coordination as appropriate with the District Counsel, other members of the Office of Counsel and its procurement practice group, the District Commander and staff, other Corps of Engineers¿ offices, the Department of Justice, and other federal agencies. Contract issues and disputes can be complex, subject to political attention, and involve large sums of money. Opposing parties are often represented by attorneys who specialize in the practice of government contract law and are recognized as experts in their field.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville District, Office of Legal Counsel, Jacksonville, FL 32207
More information is available here.
September 06, 2011
The Business Lawyer Seeks Editors
The Business Lawyer (TBL) plans to appoint at least one additional editor beginning with Volume 67. The responsibilities of an editor will be to:
(ii) ensure that each statement of fact has an accurate citation that supports it;
(iii) conform all citations to the Blue Book; and
(iv) make sure that manuscripts satisfy TBL Author Guidelines.
Over the course of a volume, each editor should expect to work on a combination of articles, reports, and surveys that are published in TBL.
Since Volume 64, Professor Gregory Duhl of the William Mitchell College of Law has been responsible for all style editing, cite-checking, and Blue-Booking of TBL. Professor Duhl is the current Associate Editor-in-Chief, and the editors would work in collaboration with him, the Editor-in-Chief, who rotates yearly, and the Production Manager, Diane Babal, to ensure that TBL maintains its high quality and timeliness. The editors would also work closely with the Associate Editor-in-Chief to update the TBL Author Guidelines to maintain consistency in the journal.
TBL seeks editors from all business law disciplines, who have experience editing an academic publication, a keen attention to detail, and an ability to meet deadlines. Each editor would receive an honorarium upon completion of his or her work for that issue. If interested in this position, please e-mail a resume to Diane Babal, at Diane.Babal@americanbar.org. Any questions about the position can be addressed to Professor Duhl at Gregory.email@example.com.
August 08, 2011
Law Profs Needed in South Florida
NOVA SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY, SHEPARD BROAD LAW CENTER in Fort Lauderdale-Davie, Florida seeks applications for two or more full-time tenure-track faculty positions for 2012-2013. The Law Center will consider any qualified candidates, but prefers candidates who are primarily interested in teaching Business Entities and related courses. All candidates should have a J.D. or a degree of equivalent rank, an outstanding academic background, and a clear commitment to scholarship and teaching. Rank and salary will be competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience. NSU Law Center is committed to a diverse faculty, staff, and student body. Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com> or by U.S. mail to: Professor Debra Moss Curtis, Faculty Appointments Committee Chair, NSU Law Center, 3305 College Avenue, Fort Lauderdale-Davie, FL 33314-7721. NSU is an AA/EOE Smoke-free campus.
June 17, 2011
Job Opening: Associate Dean for Government Contracts at GW Law
The George Washington University Law School, in Washington, D.C. invites applications for an Associate Dean for Government Contracts Law.
JOB DESCRIPTION: Coordinates the GC LL.M. Program, ensuring that the efforts of the graduate admissions office, the communications office, the career development office, and the government contracts law faculty combine to create an academically strong, well-publicized program that meets students' and the bars' evolving needs. Assists in managing LL.M. degree design and student progress and completion of degrees. Assists in the management and supervision of student research and writing undertaken towards completion of LL.M. theses, relevant journal notes, and papers in related courses; works directly with students to facilitate publication. In conjunction with the government contracts library specialist, develops and administers special educational and research programs in the field of government contracts law. May be appointed to teach or co-teach one or more academic course(s) in government contracts law per year.
Works with the alumni office, the advancement office, and the GC faculty to coordinate GC alumni and advancement outreach, including organizing GC Advisory Board meetings and recruiting new GC Advisory Board members, and organizing alumni programs, lectures, and the annual luncheon (or similar events). Assists with the government contracts colloquia series. Attends bar, organizational, and public meetings to provide and receive feedback on issues that impact the government contracts law offerings of the Law School.
Publicizes the work of program faculty and students. In conjunction with the government contracts faculty and the legal research and writing faculty, assists in the management and supervision of the Public Contract Law Journal and the Federal Circuit Bar Journal. Creates and updates programmatic brochures, periodic newsletters, online information sharing (e.g., blogs) and provides appropriate input to annual law school publications (such as the Bulletin, Graduate admissions brochure, etc.). Engages in research and scholarship on relevant topics.
Works with the Student Bar Association, the Dean of Students Office, and the government contracts faculty to coordinate government contracts law student competitions and awards (including the internal Government Contracts Moot Court Competition and the major external annual writing competitions).
Serves as the principal contact for prospective students, visiting scholars, dignitaries, and other institutions concerning programs, conferences, cooperation agreements, and related activities involving government contract law. Investigates opportunities for international programs (e.g., exchange, summer abroad, fellowships, etc.). Participates in programs - domestically and abroad - that enhance the reputation of the Government Procurement Law Program and the George Washington University Law School.
APPLICATIONS/FURTHER INFORMATION: For applications and further information, please visit: https://www.gwu.jobs/postings/3820
March 31, 2009
AIG Bonuses: Enter Force Majeure -- Stage Left
While lots of folks are scrambling around looking for contract-law defenses to retention payments such as those given employees at failed AIG, Congress is looking at resolving the issue by introducing a new player: force majeure. The Pay for Performance Act of 2009 would amend the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008 (which authorized the Troubled Assets Relief Program), to retroactively ban payments of non-performance-related bonuses and "excessive cmpensation" for firms that receive TARP payments. The rules govern not just executives, but all employees at such firms. Here's the key language:
PROHIBITION: No financial institution that has received or receives a capital investment under [TARP] or with respect to the Federal National Mortgage Association, the Federal Home Loan Montage Corporation, or a Federal home loan bank . . . , may, while that capital investment remains outstanding, make a compensation payment to any executive or employee under any pre-existing compensation arrangement, or enter into a new compensation payment arrangement, if such compensation payment or compensation payment arrangement--
(A) provides for compensation that is unreasonable or excessive, as defined in standards established by the Secretary in accordance with paragraph (2); or
(B) includes any bonus, retention payment, or other supplemental payment that is not directly based on performance-based measures set forth in standards established by the Secretary in accordance with paragraph (2).
The law directs the Treasury Secretary to develop standards for deciding whether compensation is excessive and to set up guidelines for what types of performance bonuses are reasonable.
That will take some help. Treasury is looking for data and mapping analyists, financial analysts, financial economists, and risk analyists. Pay goes as high as $133,000. Details here.
February 11, 2009
Seattle U. Seeks Podium Visitor
Seattle University School of Law invites applications for a year-long “podium” visit in Contracts/Commercial Law for 2009-10.
Contracts is a 1L required course: 3 credits in the fall, 3 credits in the spring, with a final exam at the end of each term. In addition to Contracts, the visitor will teach two out of three of the following upper division commercial law offerings: UCC Sales & Secured Transactions (4 cr), Payment Law (2 cr) , and Bankruptcy (3 cr). Compensation will be commensurate with skills and experience, and priority in hiring will be given to experienced faculty with outstanding academic credentials.
Seattle University School of Law, with 1,000+ students and a student-faculty ratio of 14:1, 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. Innovation, creativity and technological sophistication characterize our rigorous educational program, which prepares our graduates for a wide range of successful and rewarding careers in law, business and public service. The School of Law occupies a state-of-the-art building in one of the nation’s most vibrant and livable cities and is enjoying an exciting upward trajectory of programmatic growth and institutional advancement.
Founded in 1891, Seattle University is one of 28 Jesuit universities in the U.S. Dedicated to educating the whole person, to professional formation, and to empowering leaders for a just and humane world, Seattle University is located near downtown on 48 acres in the Capitol Hill neighborhood.
U.S. News and World Report's "Best Colleges 2009" ranks Seattle University among the top 10 universities in the West that offer a full range of masters and undergraduate programs. There are currently over 7,500 students enrolled within the university's eight schools and colleges. Seattle University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. For more information on Seattle University generally, please visit www.seattleu.edu; for more information on the School of Law, please visit www.law.seattleu.edu.
A letter of interest and resume should be sent via email to: Annette E. Clark, Vice Dean & Associate Professor of Law, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
February 22, 2008
Upstate New York is beautiful in the fall, and beautiful in the winter, too, if you've got someone to shovel the snow for you. So think about spending the year where the Vale of Onondaga meets the Eastern Sky (left) -- at Syracuse University School of Law, which is looking for someone to teach Commercial Transactions this fall and International Business Transactions in the fall or spring. If you're interested, get in touch with Associate Dean Lisa Dolak.
For those who prefer sunnier climes and the sounds of Western Swing, you could do a lot worse than San Antonio (right), where St. Mary's University School of Law is looking for a visitor who can teach Contracts and other business-related courses. Contact Associate Dean Victoria Mather for details.
March 19, 2007
University of Memphis Looking for Vistors
The University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law is seeking to fill several visiting positions for the 2007-2008 academic year. Primary course needs include Contracts I (fall semester), Contracts II (spring semester), Business Organizations (fall semester), Civil Procedure I (fall semester), and Secured Transactions (spring semester). Other possible areas of need include Remedies, Advanced Civil Procedure, Professional Responsibility, and Environmental Law.
At this point we have substantial flexibility regarding one-semester or full-year visitorships. The School of Law has a strong institutional commitment to the diversity of its faculty and is very interested in receiving expressions of interest from persons who will add to its diversity. Please contact Professor Kevin H. Smith, Chair, Faculty Recruitment Committee, Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law, The University of Memphis, Memphis , Tennessee 38152 .
Electronic expressions of interest are strongly encouraged and should be submitted here. The University of Memphis , a Tennessee Board of Regents institution, is an EEO/AA University. The School of Law does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, handicap or disability, or sexual orientation.
March 07, 2007
Montana Looking for Visitor
Per Scott Burnham (Montana): If you are interested in teaching contracts at The University of Montana for the 2007-2008 school year, contact Associate Dean Fritz Snyder.
Per Scott Burnham (Montana): If you are interested in teaching contracts at The University of Montana for the 2007-2008 school year, contact Associate Dean Fritz Snyder.
March 02, 2007
UNLV Looking for a Podium Visitor
UNLV's William S. Boyd School of Law is looking for a visitor to teach some combination of Contracts, Sales & Leases, Payment Systems, and Secured Transactions during the 2007-08 academic year. If you are interested, please contact Associate Dean Joan Howarth.
[Keith A. Rowley]
February 28, 2007
Mizzou and Tulane Looking for Commercial Podium Visitors
Visitors wanted in Sales, Secured Transactions, Modern Payment Systems, Negotiable Instruments or some combination of the above. If interested in the Missouri position, contact James R. Devine, Associate Dean, University of Missouri School of Law, David Ross Hardy Professor of Law & Trial Practice; if interested in the Tulane position, contact Steve Griffin, Vice Dean, Tulane Law School.
[Miriam Cherry/Hat tip: Blog Emperor Caron]
October 11, 2005
Case Seeks New Dean
Case Western Law School is in the market for a new dean. The school announced that Gerald Korngold has stepped down as dean and that a dean search committee has been formed. Applications and nominations should be sent by November 15, 2005, to:
Professor Sharona Hoffman
Chair, Dean Search Committee
Case Western Reserve University
School of Law
11075 East Blvd.
Cleveland, OH 44106
October 02, 2005
Tulsa Seeking UCC/Commercial Profs
This from the good folks at the University of Tulsa:
THE UNIVERSITY OF TULSA COLLEGE OF LAW invites applications from both entry-level and experienced faculty for one or more tenure-track and/or visiting faculty position(s) beginning in the 2006-2007 academic year. Areas of teaching interest likely include: UCC, corporate law, commercial law and tax, as well as general curricular subjects. We seek candidates with superior academic records from highly-regarded J.D. and/or graduate law programs and who, as demonstrated by their performance to date, have a proven record of excellence in scholarship and teaching or a strong potential to excel as scholars and teachers. The University of Tulsa, an equal employment opportunity/affirmative action employer, is committed to diversifying its faculty and staff. Members of under-represented groups (including people of color, people with disabilities, women, and veterans) are strongly encouraged to apply. If you would like to learn more about the College of Law generally, you may visit our website at www.law.utulsa.edu. Please submit letters of interest and resumes to Assoc. Prof. Janet Levit, Chair, Appointments Committee, University of Tulsa College of Law, 3120 E. 4th Place, Tulsa OK 74104, or by email here.
October 01, 2005
Tennessee Seeks Business Law Visitor
The University of Tennessee is looking for a one-semester business law visitor, and is particularly interested in folks interested in coming into academia out of private practice. Here's the notice:
THE UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE COLLEGE OF LAW invites applications for a one-semester visiting faculty position to commence in the fall semester of 2006 to teach business law related courses through the Clayton Center for Entrepreneurial Law. Successful applicants must have a strong academic background and substantial, relevant practice experience. Preference may be given to those applicants that are seeking to enter the academy from private practice. Candidates must have a strong commitment to excellence in teaching, scholarship and service.
The University of Tennessee welcomes and honors people of all races, creeds, cultures, and sexual orientations, and values intellectual curiosity, pursuit of knowledge, and academic freedom and integrity. The University of Tennessee College of Law provides equal opportunity in legal education for all persons, including faculty and employees, with respect to hiring, continuation, promotion and tenure, applicants for admission, enrolled students, and graduates, without discrimination or segregation on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, handicap or disability, sexual orientation, or veteran status. In furtherance of the University's and the College's fundamental commitment to a diverse faculty, minority group members and women are strongly encouraged to apply.
Applications, including a letter of intent, resume, and the names and addresses of three references, should be sent to:
George W. Kuney
Associate Professor of Law and
Director of the Clayton Center for Entrepreneurial Law
The University of Tennessee
College of Law
1505 W. Cumberland Avenue
Knoxville, TN 37996-1810
September 15, 2005
U of Idaho Seeking Contracts, Commercial Law
The University of Idaho is looking for two tenure-track hires for next year. Interests are in “Contracts, Commercial Law (particularly UCC Article 9 and State Debtor-Creditor Law), Bankruptcy, and Local Government as part of the College’s Business emphasis; and Criminal Law, Evidence, Practice Court (a simulated trial training course), Lawyering Process (a pretrial practice course), Civil Procedure, and Remedies.” Contact is Prof. Elizabeth Brandt, College of Law, University of Idaho, PO Box 442321, Moscow, ID 83844-2321. You can e-mail Prof. Brandt here.
September 14, 2005
Hofstra looking for Commercial laterals
"HOFSTRA LAW SCHOOL is expanding its faculty and seeks experienced lateral applicants for tenured and tenure-track faculty positions to begin in the 2006-2007 academic year. We invite applications in all areas of law, but our strongest curricular needs include Business Organizations, Commercial Law, Securities, Transactional Skills and Tax as well as Environmental Law, Intellectual Property, Property, and Civil Procedure. We have a strong institutional commitment to diversity and particularly welcome applications from women and minorities. Applicants should have outstanding records as teachers and scholars."
Contact: Professor Nora V. Demleitner, Chair, Lateral Appointments Committee, School of Law, 121 Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY 11549, or by e-mail here.