Monday, June 27, 2022
The University of Oklahoma College of Law
Hiring For Associate/Full Professor of Law
The University of Oklahoma College of Law seeks outstanding applicants, entry-level or lateral, for up to three full-time tenure-track positions beginning fall 2023. We welcome candidates in all subject areas, with particular interest in filling curricular needs in tax, patents, wills & trusts, evidence, civil procedure, antitrust, and alternative dispute resolution (ADR).
OU Law is a high-quality, affordable, and forward-looking institution committed to developing a socially-involved and inclusive legal profession. We boast world-class facilities and a diverse student body. Our strong national reputation is buttressed by a commitment to attracting and supporting excellent faculty with summer research grants, publication placement bonuses, course reductions based on productivity, and an extraordinary number of endowed positions.
Our law school sits on the main OU campus in Norman, a university town alive with entertainment, arts, food, and sports. A perennial “best place to live,” Norman has excellent public schools and low cost-of-living. Neighboring Oklahoma City features a dynamic economy, outstanding cultural venues, and a major airport. Visit http://www.ou.edu/flipbook and http://soonerway.ou.edu for more information.
- Must have a J.D. or equivalent academic degree.
- Must have strong academic credentials.
- Must have a commitment to excellence in teaching and demonstrably outstanding potential for scholarship.
To apply, please submit a CV and job-talk paper to firstname.lastname@example.org. Cover letter optional. If selected for an interview, teaching evaluations will be requested if available. Application review will begin immediately, and the positions will remain open until filled.
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