Wednesday, November 8, 2023
The Moritz College of Law (Ohio State) is seeking an Assistant Clinical Professor to operate the Immigration Clinic.
The Immigration Clinic is one of eight clinics regularly offered at the College. The Immigration Clinic has attracted tremendous student interest and contributes to meeting a substantial need for immigration assistance in the central Ohio area, including among low-income communities. In its first few years of operation, the Clinic has made a meaningful difference in the lives of a number of individuals in these local communities.
The Assistant Clinical Professor will teach up to 8 students per semester in a 4-credit course offering, with responsibility for course design, classroom instruction, and student conferences. The Assistant Clinical Professor will have autonomy over both clinical pedagogy and selection and handling of all cases; serve as counsel of record in all cases; and be the primary supervisor of the clinic students, who will be serving as student legal interns under the Ohio student practice rule.
The position is a non-tenure track, clinical-track, term position.
The College’s clinical-track faculty positions are non-tenure track, with security reasonably similar to tenure, as provided by ABA Standard 405(c) and include governance rights, the opportunity for advancement, access to a research budget, availability of summer research funds, and the potential for research leave.
To be considered, submit your application electronically via https://osu.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/OSUCareers/job/Columbus-Campus/Assistant-Professor- Clinical_R92263-2.