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Friday, January 28, 2005

Job Announcements: Texas Tech

The Texas Tech University School of Law seeks to fill two new professorships, each with a substantial endowment. One of the positions is limited to criminal law and procedure, and the other is open to any field of law. As a general guideline, candidates should have ten or more years of full-time teaching experience and a record of scholarship that clearly demonstrates the professor's potential to make a long term contribution to Texas Tech and to the legal community.

THE PROFESSORSHIPS

Judge George E. Killam Professor of Criminal Law
Experience: 10+ years
Endowment: Multimillion dollar (income to supplement senior level salary)
Field: Some aspect of criminal law or procedure

Governor Preston B. Smith Professor of Law
Experience: 10+ years
Endowment: $560,000 (income to supplement senior level salary)
Field: Open

APPLICATIONS

If you are interested in one or both of these positions-or would like to nominate another potential candidate-please contact Professor John Krahmer, Chair of the Search Committee, at:

John Krahmer
Foundation Professor of Commercial Law
Texas Tech University School of Law
1802 Hartford Avenue
Mail Stop 0004
Lubbock, Texas 79409-0004

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