Thursday, August 18, 2011
Phoenix School of Law is inviting applications for at least three full-time legal writing professors for the 2012-2013 academic year. Both beginning and experienced teachers will be considered. Candidates should have distinguished academic qualifications and a commitment to excellence in teaching, scholarship, student mentoring, and collegiality. In addition, Phoenix School of Law values candidates with legal practice experience
Phoenix Law prides itself on being student-outcome centered; infusing the academic program with professional skills, ethics, and comparative perspectives throughout the curriculum; serving the underserved in the community; having an institutional environment friendly to change and innovation; and taking the quality of interpersonal relationships seriously. It has been named a top school for diversity efforts by the LSCAS. It has a very strong commitment to the full breadth of diversity and to maintaining a diverse faculty. Women, members of minority groups, LGBT, and disabled candidates, and others whose background and experience are underrepresented in the academy are strongly encouraged to apply.
To apply, contact: Chair, Faculty Appointments Committee, Phoenix School of Law, 4041 N. Central Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona, 85012.
1) This position may lead to successive long-term contracts of five or more years.
2) Faculty in this position will be able to vote in faculty meetings.
3) The base salary for this position is in the range of $60,000 - $69,000.
4) The average number of students per legal writing professor in a semester is 46-50.
hat tip: Lisa Mills