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Editor: Kevin Cole
Univ. of San Diego School of Law

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Stetson Seeks Spring 2010 Visitor in Criminal Law

Please send your visiting opportunities for criminal law and/or procedure professors for this year and next to for inclusion here.

Stetson University College of Law seeks a one-semester coverage visitor for Spring 2010 to teach first-year criminal law.  The school will consider individuals to teach just that one course or individuals who would teach a second course as well.  Compensation would be based on whether the candidate will teach one or two courses, and housing assistance may be available.

With its main campus in Gulfport, Florida, which is adjacent to St. Petersburg on Florida’s west central coast, Stetson was established in 1900 and is Florida’s oldest law school.  Stetson also has a part-time program with classes held on both its Gulfport campus and its satellite campus in Tampa.  Stetson has earned a national reputation for its advocacy, elder law, legal writing, and higher education programs, and has Centers for Excellence in Advocacy, Elder Law, Higher Education Law and Policy, and International Law.  The College of Law is a vibrant intellectual community, situated on a beautiful campus.  We encourage potential applicants to visit our Web site at to learn more about our school, our community and our programs.

Review of resumes will begin immediately.  Prior law-school teaching experience, top academic performance, and bar admission are preferred.

Contact:  Applicants should send an email, attaching a current curriculum vitae together with a cover letter and details of at least three professional references, to Professor Roberta K. Flowers, Co-Chair of the Faculty Appointments Committee, at  Those who prefer to apply by standard mail should write to Professor Roberta K. Flowers, Stetson University College of Law, 1401 61st Street South, Gulfport, FL  33707.

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