Thursday, August 21, 2014
From David Takacs:
The University of California Hastings College of the Law is looking to hire an Environmental and Natural Resources Law Professor to start in the 2015-2016 academic year. We are open to both lateral and entry-level candidates. While we will consider candidates from all sub-disciplines of U.S. Environmental and Natural Resources Law, we are particularly interested in candidates with expertise in Water Resources, Land Use, Coastal and Estuary Law, Energy Law & Policy, Public Lands & Natural Resources, and/or Constitutional Environmental Law (including Takings). In addition to teaching courses in one or more of these subject areas, candidates should be able to teach some core 1L or upper division course(s), possibly including our 1L Environmental Law Statutory Analysis Elective.
UC Hastings is a public university, and part of the University of California system; it is a separate, stand-alone campus with its own governing board. We are located in the heart of San Francisco. We will be interviewing at the AALS Conference in Washington D.C. in October. Please feel free to direct informal questions to me at email@example.com. Formal expressions of interest should go to the Chair of the Appointments Committee, Richard Marcus, firstname.lastname@example.org, UC Hastings College of Law, 200 McAllister Street, San Francisco CA 94102.
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