Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Hiring Announcement: UC Hastings (Professor and Director of the Center for Negotiation and Dispute Resolution)

Below is a hiring announcement from UC Hastings College of Law:

The University of California Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco is conducting an open-rank search to hire one lateral tenured or tenure-track faculty member to begin July 1, 2022. The ideal candidate will be a productive scholar in the field of alternative dispute resolution, a successful teacher, and a visionary programmatic administrator capable of leading the nationally esteemed Center for Negotiation & Dispute Resolution (“CNDR”).

Applicants should have a serious interest in UC Hastings and living in the San Francisco Bay Area. Salary and rank will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Applicants should email a CV and a statement of interest to Professor Scott Dodson, Chair of the CNDR Search Committee, at [email protected], by October 14, 2021.

CNDR was founded in 2003 to develop the ADR curriculum and to contribute to UC Hastings Law’s public-service mission through ADR-related programs. UC Hastings Law offers a concentration in Civil Litigation and Dispute Resolution and nearly twenty different ADR course offerings, including the Mediation Clinic, the ADR Externship Program, and the #1 ranked Negotiation and Dispute Resolution Team. CNDR hosts international conferences and trainings, drawing practitioners and judges from across the globe. At home, CNDR collaborates on projects and events with non-profits such as The Mediation Society, commercial providers such as JAMS, and government agencies such as the California Public Utilities Commission.

CNDR won the Ninth Circuit’s Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Education Award in 2007 and 2018 and the International Competition for Mediation Advocacy’s prestigious Louise Otis Award for Excellence in Mediation Education in 2011 and 2013. Under CNDR’s leadership, US News & World Report has consistently ranked UC Hastings Law as having one of the Top ADR Programs in the country (currently #8 this year).

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