Thursday, January 20, 2022
The Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law invites applications for a two Visiting Assistant Professor positions. One position is dedicated to a faculty member who will teach and research in the area of tax. The other position is open, with a preference for someone who does research that touches on legal implications of new technology and/or someone open to teaching Torts. Each position will last two years and VAP’s are expected to fully participate in the intellectual life of the law school.
We seek candidates who hold (at minimum) a JD or appropriate equivalent degree. We are particularly interested in candidates embarking on an academic career. The Kline School of Law is committed to recruiting, developing, retaining, and rewarding faculty members who bring scholarly interests and life experiences that contribute to the diversity and success of our students, our University, and our communities.
Drexel University, founded in 1891, is an R1 comprehensive research institution. Drexel established its law school in 2006, and it has rapidly developed a reputation for innovative scholarship across disciplines, a diverse portfolio of academic programs, and a focus on civic engagement. The Kline School of Law is home to the Center for Law and Transformational Technology and the Center for Law, Policy and Social Action. The law school has a vibrant scholarly culture, including an active workshop series. Kline Law has moved up steadily in the rankings and is now ranked #81 by U.S. News.
Applications for this position should include a CV and cover letter.
Review of applications will begin immediately, and prompt application is encouraged. Questions should be directed to Professor Bret Asbury.
Apply online via Drexel’s HR portal: https://careers.drexel.edu/en-us/job/497570/visiting-assistant-professor-kline-school-of-law.