January 2, 2011
possible legal writing job opening in Georgia
If you're currently a lawyer who's wondering what it's like to teach legal writing, or you're currently a legal writing professor who's wondering what it's like to teach at another school, you might want to contact Linda Berger at Mercer University, in Macon, Georgia. Because of a sabbatical for one of the professors who teaches legal writing, Mercer anticipates hiring a visitor to teach legal writing and another course during the spring semester of 2012. The visitor likely would teach one section of legal writing and one other required or elective course. If interested, the visitor could also participate in one of their advanced writing groups in their advanced writing certificate program.
Macon is about an hour's straight highway drive south of Atlanta, so a semester there would offer the hassle-free life of a smaller town, the full resources of a venerable private university, and easy access to the big city.
If you think you may be interested, send Linda Berger, firstname.lastname@example.org, a cover letter and CV no later than Tuesday, January 18, 2011.
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