September 6, 2012
Faculty Searches in Environmental Law & Next Week's Aspiring Law Professors Conference
Dan Farber has posted a preliminary list of faculty searches in environmental law and related areas on Legal Planet, and hiring chairs have identified select other environmental searches on PrawfsBlawg. I look forward to the prospect of meeting future environmental law professors next week at Arizona State University, as I again will have the distinct pleasure of serving as a panelist at the annual Aspiring Law Professors Conference at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law.
In its fourth year, the Aspiring Law Professors Conference is “designed for Visiting Assistant Professors, Fellows and others who plan to go on the academic teaching market, but valuable to anyone considering a career as a law professor.” The program includes a keynote address by the esteemed Paul Horwitz, Gordon Rosen Professor of Law at the University of Alabama School of Law, as well as break-out panels addressing the nuances of the appointments process and opportunities to participate in a mock interview and/or present a mock job talk.
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Does anyone know if the information from this conference will be available to those who were unable to make it?
Posted by: T. Braun | Sep 7, 2012 6:31:41 AM