Thursday, August 31, 2017

Labor & Employment Academic Hiring

Courtesy of Prawfsblawg, the following schools are in the market this year for faculty in the labor and employment law area. Feel free to add any schools in the comments section.

School: University of Alabama

Information in spreadsheet contained in post

School: Brooklyn Law School

Chairs: Minor Myers (entry levels); Alex Stein (laterals)

Committee Members: Bill Araiza, Julian Arato, Miriam Baer, Jocelyn
Simonson (entry levels); Dana Brakman Reiser, Christopher Beauchamp,
Robin Effron (laterals)

Subject Areas: securities regulation and corporate law; academic success;
and potentially civil procedure, constitutional law, labor law, antitrust, and
torts

Communications: minor.myers@brooklaw.edu; alex.stein@brooklaw.edu

Number of positions: 2

Direct applications by email are welcome

School: University of Kansas School of Law

Chair: Lou Mulligan

Other Committee Members: Chris Drahozal, Laura Hines, Elizabeth Kronk-Warner

Subject Areas: We are particularly interested in evidence, but will consider other subject areas including: employment law, health law, real estate/commercial land use/housing law.

We are currently authorized to make one hire.

Applications should be made online at https://employment.ku.edu/academic/9594BR and should include cover letter, a curriculum vitae, a detailed statement of research interests and future plans, and the names of three references.

The law school will participate in the AALS Recruitment Conference in D.C. November 2-4, 2017.

For further information, contact Professor Lou Mulligan, University of Kansas School of Law, 1535 West 15th Street, Lawrence, KS 66045-7608, 785-864-9219, lumen@ku.edu

School: University of Richmond School of Law

Chair: Jessica Erickson

Other Committee Members: Jim Gibson, Hank Chambers, Carol Brown, Andy Spalding, and Allison Tait

Subject areas: Our primary areas of interest are employment law and corporate & securities law. We are also open to candidates in other areas, including critical theory, torts, professional responsibility, property law, and civil procedure.

Packets: We are happy to receive individualized expressions of interest from candidates via email.

Communication: You can email lawfacultyapp@richmond.edu.

Positions available: We have three open positions, and we are focused primarily on entry-level or junior lateral candidates.

School: The Wharton School


Chair: William Laufer
Committee: Eric Orts, Diana Robertson, David Zaring
Subject Areas: From the announcement: Applicants must have a demonstrated research interest in an area of law relevant to the Wharton School’s business education and research missions. Examples of such fields include, without limitation, corporate law, employment and labor law, financial regulation, securities regulation, and global trade and investment law.
Communications: lgstrecruiting@wharton.upenn.edu, apply through https://facultyrecruiting.wharton.upenn.edu/ApplicationPage.aspx?form_id=30088

-Jeff Hirsch

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/laborprof_blog/2017/08/labor-employment-academic-hiring.html

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