Wednesday, September 11, 2019

UIC is Hiring an Executive Director of its Center for Teaching Excellence

The University of Illinois at Chicago is looking for an Executive Director of a new university Center for Teaching Excellence that will support all members of the UIC community who have a teaching role, including faculty and teaching assistants at the undergraduate, graduate and professional level. The Executive Director, along with a permanent staff, will build a highly interactive Center that utilizes current university expertise coupled with a vision for how best to support faculty and increase student success. Reporting to the Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs through the Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs, the Executive Director will work with faculty and other instructors at UIC, to help them improve all aspects of their teaching, including assessment, diversity, and social emotional learning. The Executive Director will leverage the ongoing work of the Student Success Initiative, the Office of Diversity, the Learning Sciences Research Institute, Language and Culture Learning Center, ACCC Instructional Designers and other programs at UIC to support UIC’s teaching mission.

For fullest consideration, candidates should complete an electronic application, including a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and the names and contact information for a minimum of three references by Monday, October 7, 2019.

For more information please visit the search webpage at https://adminsearches.uic.edu/edcte/. Please direct nominations and questions or concerns regarding the search and application process to Faizan Abid, Assistant Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs, at fabid2@uic.edu.

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Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Emory is Hiring

Emory Law School invites applications for a full-time position in the non-tenure Professor of Practice track.  The successful candidate will serve as Externship Director, Co-Director of the Professionalism Program and Director of Adjunct Communications.  To view the full job description and apply, click here.  Inquiries may be directed to chair of the contract faculty appointments committee, Randee Waldman, at rwaldm2@emory.edu.

Emory University is dedicated to providing equal opportunities and equal access to all individuals regardless of race, color, religion, ethnic or national origin, gender, genetic information, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, and veteran's status.

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September 3, 2019 | Permalink | Comments (0)

Jessup 2020 Team Registration Now Open

The Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition is the world’s largest moot court competition and it continues to grow each year. The Jessup is open to law schools all over the world. Each school may enter one team of two to five students in the Competition. The 2020 Jessup Problem is scheduled to be released on Friday, 13 September 2019. Visit the website of the International Law Students' Association for more information about the Jessup Competition. (mew)

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Friday, August 30, 2019

CFP: AALS Annual Meeting (Section on Defamation and Privacy Law)

The Association of American Law Schools' Section on Defamation and Privacy welcomes submissions on any topic relating to social media, free speech, and content moderation, including recent proposals to reform platform immunity under Section 230 of the Communication Decency Act, calls for transparency as to online censorship by platforms, concerns about hindering innovation, or other issues surrounding social media and free speech.

Please email submissions to Agnieszka McPeak, mcpeaka@duq.edu, by Friday, September 13th. Include your name, institution, and a copy of your work with your email. While submissions have no length requirements, full drafts may be given preference over abstracts or outlines. The author(s) of the paper chosen from this Call for Papers will be invited to participate on the AALS Defamation & Privacy Law panel taking place in Washington, D.C. at the AALS Annual Meeting on Thursday, January 2nd from 3:30-5:15pm (this panel is co-sponsored by the Sections on Internet & Computer Law and Communication, Information, & Media Law). Selections will be announced no later than September 27th.

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Thursday, August 22, 2019

Golden Gate is Hiring

GGU LawGolden Gate University School of Law in San Francisco is looking for an Associate Director of Bar Performance & Assessment and an Associate Director of Academic Achievement – both are full-time, staff positions. At GGU, academic support (managed by Reichi Lee) and bar services (managed by Rana Boujaoude) are separate programs that work closely together.

https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=23461&clientkey=1A449B35167BB40706C055A54E4FB0DA

https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=23459&clientkey=1A449B35167BB40706C055A54E4FB0DA

Hat tip to Fiona L. McKenna

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Saturday, August 17, 2019

San Francisco is Hiring

The University of San Francisco School of Law has an opening for an Assistant Director of its Academic and Bar Exam Success Program for the 2019-2020 academic year.  Contact Director Jonathan Chu at jchu@usfca.edu or Associate Dean Tristin Green at tgreen4@usfca.edu for more information.

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Friday, August 16, 2019

UIC John Marshall Law School

The John Marshall Law School of Chicago merged yesterday with the University of Illinois at Chicago. The new name of the institution is UIC John Marshall Law School. The institution is the first (and obviously only) public law school in Chicago.

And although the law school itself did not move, the law school updated its address from 315 S. Plymouth Court to 300 S. State Street. The city and zip code remain the same: Chicago, IL 60604

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Saturday, August 10, 2019

New Dean at the University of Lucerne Faculty of Law

Andreas EickerAs of August 1, 2019, the new Dean at University of Lucerne (Luzern) Faculty of Law in Switzerland is Prof. Dr. Andreas Eicker. He replaces Prof. Dr. Bernhard Rütsche, who finished his term as Dean.

For those of you who read German, here is his bio:

Prof. Dr. Andreas Eicker hat Rechtswissenschaften mit strafrechtlicher Schwerpunktausbildung an der Universität Bremen studiert. In seiner Dissertation zum Thema "Transstaatliche Strafverfolgung" befasste er sich mit der Europäisierung, Internationalisierung und Fortentwicklung des Grundsatzes ne bis in idem und promovierte damit an der Universität St. Gallen. Er habilitierte sich 2009 an der Universität Bern mit einer Arbeit zur "Prozeduralisierung des Strafrechts". In seiner Habilitationsschrift behandelt er Fragen eines Paradigmenwechsels in der Steuerungsarchitektur des materiellen Strafrechts.

Vor seiner Berufung an die Universität Luzern war Andreas Eicker Vertreter des Lehrstuhls für Strafrecht an der Universität St. Gallen und Assistenzprofessor am Institut für Strafrecht und Kriminologie (ISK) der Universität Bern. Zudem war er dort als Dozent an der School of Criminology, International Criminal Law and Psychology of Law (SCIP) tätig. Bevor Andreas Eicker seinen wissenschaftlichen Werdegang in der Schweiz mit einer Assistenztätigkeit an der Universität St. Gallen begann, war er Mitarbeiter in Lehre und Forschung an der Universität Bremen. Dort realisierte er insbesondere ein Forschungsprojekt zur Untersuchung der Lebenswirklichkeit im Strafvollzug, wofür er von der Körber-Stiftung (Hamburg) ausgezeichnet wurde. Ausserdem war er Rechtsreferendar bei der Staatsanwaltschaft und dem Landgericht Oldenburg. Weitere Stationen führten ihn ans Bundesverfassungsgericht und an die deutsche Botschaft in der Türkei. 

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Monday, July 15, 2019

Online Legal Research for India

20190714_230413Another of the exhibitors at the 112th Annual Conference of the Association of American Law Libraries is Manupatra, the largest content online aggregator of Indian and international legal materials. The database links primary sources, secondary materials, and proprietary analytical content.

Manupatra launched its online database in August 2001. Today, it has delivery capabilities in online, print, and mobile media. Manupatra is designed to be used by a wide variety of users across legal, educational, finance, tax, accounting, corporate, government, law enforcement, intellectual property, and other users. Click here to have a look.

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July 15, 2019 | Permalink | Comments (0)

Citation Manual for International Arbitration

20190714_131452We haven't had a chance yet to review this closely, but we're happy to learn about a new citation manual called UCIA: Universal Citation in International Arbitration, published in the United Kingdom by the Global Arbitration Review and available here online.

The book was on display at the 112th Annual Conference of the American Association of Law Libraries, an event taking place this week in Washington, D.C.

Having a uniform system for citing international arbitration decisions will help lawyers, arbitrators, parties, and scholars see how arbitral awards and decisions are being followed by other tribunals. This, in turn, will allow for greater coherence in how later tribunals will rule in international arbitration cases.

Please use the "comment" section to share your thoughts and specific observations about the citation manual.

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July 15, 2019 | Permalink | Comments (0)

Sunday, July 14, 2019

Researching Investor-State Awards and Decisions

20190714_131604The annual conference of the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) is in full swing at the Convention Center in Washington, D.C. The conference features substantive panels and presentations, dozens of business meetings, and a robust exhibit area where vendors are introducing new products to academic and professional law librarians from around the world.

One company of interest to readers of the International Law Prof Blog is ISLG, the Inverstor-State Law Guide, which offers the ability to research international investment awards, decisions, treaties, and rules. The comprehensive research focused on investor-state disputes that the ISLG offers appears to be unique (and readers of this blog will be quick to tell us if that's not the case). It allows readers to find particular provisions of investment treaties and decisions interpreting those provisions. It also allows researchers to see howa particular decision or instrument has been considered by other tribunals and in scholarly articles.

Pictured here are three Canadians representing ISLG at the AALL Conference. They are Chief Executive Officer Morgan D. Maguire, Strategic Account Manager Liam Murphy-Burke, and Director of Legal Content Paul E. Moon. And below is a video that explains a bit more about the ISLG Database.

 

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Wednesday, July 10, 2019

LSU is Hiring

LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY, PAUL M. HEBERT LAW CENTER seeks to hire tenure-track or tenured faculty in the following areas: federal courts, constitutional law, civil procedure, and evidence. Applicants should have a J.D. from an ABA-accredited law school, superior academic credentials and publications or promise of productivity in legal scholarship, as well as a commitment to outstanding teaching. They may consider applications from persons who specialize in other areas as additional needs arise.

They additionally seek to hire a full-time faculty member with security of position to direct the Immigration Law Clinic as part of LSU Law’s Clinical Legal Education Program. The Immigration Law Clinic is a fully in-house, one-semester, 5 credit clinic in which students represent non-citizens in their defensive proceedings before the Executive Office of Immigration Review (EOIR) and affirmative applications with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Applicants should have a J.D. from an ABA-accredited law school, superior academic credentials, substantial experience in Immigration practice and be admitted and in good standing in a U.S. jurisdiction. Prior clinical teaching experience and fluency in Spanish is preferred.

They also seek to hire a full-time Assistant Professor of Professional Practice to teach legal analysis and writing. A successful candidate will teach the fundamentals of legal reasoning and writing by way of predictive and objective memoranda in the fall semester and advance those skills by teaching persuasive writing of an appellate brief and appellate oral advocacy in the spring semester. The legal writing faculty collaboratively develop the course materials that are used across the 1L curriculum. Applicants must have a J.D. from an ABA-accredited law school, superior academic credentials, and should have at least two to three years of post-J.D. experience in a position or positions requiring substantial legal writing.

The Paul M. Hebert Law Center of LSU is an Equal Opportunity/Equal Access Employer and is committed to building a culturally diverse faculty. We particularly welcome and encourage applications from female and minority candidates.

Applications should include a letter of application, resume, references, and teaching evaluations (if available) to:

  • Melissa T. Lonegrass and Christina M. Sautter
  • Co-Chairs, Faculty Appointments Committee c/o Pam Hancock (or by email to phancock@lsu.edu)
  • Paul M. Hebert Law Center
  • Louisiana State University
  • 1 East Campus Drive
  • Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70803-0106

Hat tip to Prof. Christina Sautter at the Louisiana State University

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UNLV is Hiring

The University of Nevada, Las Vegas invites applications for Assistant Professor in Residence and Director of Academic Success Programs at the William S. Boyd School of Law. The job posting is here. The chair of the search committee is Professor Ruben Garcia.
 
Hat tips to Chelsea Baldwin and Mary Beth Beasley
 
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Thursday, July 4, 2019

Detroit Mercy School of Law is Hiring an International IP Clinic Director

International Intellectual Property Clinic Director

University of Detroit Mercy School of Law seeks applicants for a tenured or tenure-track position to teach in and direct the International Intellectual Property Law Clinic starting with the 2020-21 academic year.

The Clinic

The International Intellectual Property Law Clinic is certified by the USPTO for both patent and trademark law and serves the burgeoning creative and entrepreneurial community in Detroit.  In 2012, the USPTO chose Detroit as the location for its first satellite office because Detroit and its surrounding communities are home to one of the largest concentrations of intellectual property attorneys in the United States.  Part of a growing Intellectual Property program at Detroit Mercy Law, the International Intellectual Property Law Clinic hosts the annual International Patent Drafting Competition, which is held at the Elijah J. McCoy Midwest Regional USPTO each February.  The Competition attracts teams from law schools across the United States and Canada.  Detroit Mercy Law also offers an on-line Certificate in Law - Intellectual Property. This non-JD program meets the needs of professionals and organizations for knowledge of intellectual property and cybersecurity laws.  

Requirements

Applicants must

  • Have a law degree and strong academic background.
  • Demonstrate either a record of or potential for both teaching excellence and high scholarly achievement. 
  • Be either a registered patent attorney, a patent agent in good standing with the USPTO, or a licensed attorney in good standing with the highest court of any state.

Ideal candidates will also possess at least three years’ experience (within the past five years) prosecuting patent applications before the USPTO.  Applicants with some experience teaching in a law clinic are preferred, and applicants who are excited about continuing to grow our Intellectual Property Law program, in addition to directing the existing Clinic, are of particular interest.

To Apply

Applicants should send a cover letter with a current CV and any additional supporting materials (or any questions) to:

Professor Julia Belian, Chair of Faculty Recruitment

University of Detroit Mercy School of Law

651 East Jefferson

Detroit, Michigan 48226

(belianju@udmercy.edu, 313-596-0225)

Materials will be accepted via email or regular mail.  Review of applicants will begin in July 2019 and will continue until the position is filled.

Detroit Mercy Law offers a unique curriculum that complements traditional theory- and doctrine-based course work with intensive practical learning.  Students must complete at least one clinic, one upper-level writing course, one global perspectives course, and one course within our Law Firm Program, an innovative simulated law-firm practicum.  Detroit Mercy Law also offers a Dual J.D. program with the University of Windsor in Canada, in which students earn both an American and a Canadian law degree in three years while gaining a comprehensive understanding of two distinct legal systems. 

The Detroit Mercy Law Clinical Program is one of the oldest in the United States, having opened our doors as the Urban Law Clinic in 1965. Today, we offer eleven clinics, including the Criminal Trial Clinic, Environmental Law Clinic, Family Law Clinic, Federal Pro Se Legal Assistance Clinic, Housing Law Clinic, Immigration Law Clinic, Juvenile Appellate Clinic, International Intellectual Property Law Clinic, Trademark and Entrepreneurial Clinic, Veterans Appellate Clinic, and Veterans Law Clinic. Each year our clinics represent more than 1,000 clients and provide more than 20,000 hours of free legal services.

Detroit Mercy Law is located one block from the riverfront in Downtown Detroit, within walking distance of federal, state, and municipal courts, the region’s largest law firms, and major corporations such as General Motors, Quicken Loans, and Comerica Bank.  The School of Law is also uniquely situated two blocks from the Detroit-Windsor Tunnel, an international border crossing linking Detroit with Windsor and Canada. 

Detroit offers a dynamic variety of culinary, cultural, entertainment, and sporting attractions. 

Michigan’s largest, most comprehensive private university, University of Detroit Mercy is an independent Catholic institution of higher education sponsored by the Religious Sisters of Mercy and Society of Jesus.  The university seeks qualified candidates who will contribute to the University's urban mission, commitment to diversity, and tradition of scholarly excellence.  University of Detroit Mercy is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer with a diverse faculty and student body and welcomes persons of all backgrounds.

Hat tip to Julian Belian.

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July 4, 2019 | Permalink | Comments (0)

Detroit Mercy School of Law is Hiring a Property Professor

University of Detroit Mercy School of Law seeks a proven or aspiring scholar and teacher with an interest in teaching first-year Property Law for a tenured or tenure-track position beginning 2020-2021.  Applicants must have a law degree and strong academic background and must demonstrate either a record of or potential for both teaching excellence and high scholarly achievement in any area of law.  The balance of the teaching package will be determined in conversation with the successful candidate.

To Apply

Applicants should send a cover letter, which should include a brief description of their ideal teaching package and a general indication of their areas of scholarly interest.  Please direct the cover letter, a current CV, additional supporting materials (if any), and any questions you may have to:

Professor Julia Belian, Chair of Faculty Recruitment

University of Detroit Mercy School of Law

651 East Jefferson

Detroit, Michigan 48226

(belianju@udmercy.edu, 313-596-0225)

Materials will be accepted via email or regular mail.  Review of applicants will begin in July 2019 and will continue until the position is filled.

Detroit Mercy Law offers a unique curriculum that complements traditional theory- and doctrine-based course work with intensive practical learning.  Students must complete at least one clinic, one upper-level writing course, one global perspectives course, and one course within our Law Firm Program, an innovative simulated law-firm practicum.  Detroit Mercy Law also offers a Dual J.D. program with the University of Windsor in Canada, in which students earn both an American and a Canadian law degree in three years while gaining a comprehensive understanding of two distinct legal systems.  Interested Dual J.D. students are fully integrated into upper-level U.S. courses.  The program’s first-year U.S. Property Law module could form a component of the teaching package if desired.

Detroit Mercy Law is located one block from the riverfront in Downtown Detroit, within walking distance of federal, state, and municipal courts, the region’s largest law firms, and major corporations such as General Motors, Quicken Loans, and Comerica Bank.  The School of Law is also uniquely situated two blocks from the Detroit-Windsor Tunnel, an international border crossing linking Detroit with Windsor and Canada. 

Detroit offers a dynamic variety of culinary, cultural, entertainment, and sporting attractions. 

Michigan’s largest, most comprehensive private university, University of Detroit Mercy is an independent Catholic institution of higher education sponsored by the Religious Sisters of Mercy and Society of Jesus.  The university seeks qualified candidates who will contribute to the University's urban mission, commitment to diversity, and tradition of scholarly excellence.  University of Detroit Mercy is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer with a diverse faculty and student body and welcomes persons of all backgrounds.

Hat tip to Julia Belian.

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Monday, June 24, 2019

UNT Dallas College of Law is Hiring an Academic Dean

UNT Dallas College of Law is hiring an Academic Dean to start in the fall of 2020. Details on the job and its requirements are available by clicking here. We're told it is a wonderful place to work and that you could not ask for a more collaborative, kind, and smart group of faculty members to manage.

Hat tip to Melissa Bezanson Shultz

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Saturday, June 22, 2019

Your Name Here! Buy a Chance Name a Character in Next Year's Jessup Problem

Do you want to be a part of Jessup history? Once reserved only for authors and editors, the naming of a Jessup Compromis character is an honor and privilege enjoyed by few. To raise money in support of the Jessup Competition, the International Law Students Association is giving one lucky person the opportunity to name a character, event or place in the 2020 Jessup Compromis. Donate today for a chance to have your name forevermore associated with the 2020 Jessup! Just imagine 3,000 Jessup competitors from 100 countries, saying your name or the the name of the character *you* named. You'll be Jessup famous!

For every $10 you donate, you will receive one entry in the drawing. For donations of $100 or more, entries will be doubled (e.g., 20 entries for $100). The winner will be randomly drawn and notified via email, and will have the opportunity to provide ILSA with a name that will be included in the 2020 Jessup Compromis. Names can range from the winner's own, honoring loved ones, inside jokes among friends, funny plays on words or something else that appeals to the winning entrant. This is a great way to give yourself or someone special to you a lasting Jessup legacy! All donations support the Jessup Competition. Donations must be made before 16 August 2019 at 5:00pm EDT.
 
 
Hat tip to ILSA
 
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June 22, 2019 | Permalink | Comments (0)

Monday, June 17, 2019

Royal Gardner Recognized for His Work on the Global Wetland Outlook

Royal GardnerProfessor Royal Gardner, who teaches the Environmental Law Research and Writing first-year persuasion course at Stetson University College of Law, received Stetson’s Dickerson-Brown Award for Excellence in Faculty Scholarship.  

The award recognizes Professor Gardner’s work on the Global Wetland Outlook ("GWO"), a wetland conservation treaty that includes 170 countries.   The treaty is the first-ever comprehensive report on the state of the world’s wetlands and their services to people. It provides a snapshot of wetland status, trends, and pressures. It further articulates a broad range of effective wetland conservation options available at the national, international, catchment, and site levels, underscoring the need for good governance, knowledge generation, management, investment, and public participation.   

 

Professor Gardner’s work on the conservation treaty began in 2016, and the treaty was launched at a conference of the signatories in Dubai, United Arab Emeriates, in October 2018, where Professor Gardner presented it at a plenary session. The treaty has been published in English, French, and Spanish, and the Administrative Authority for China has stated that it will be translated into Mandarin.  The GWO is available at https://www.global-wetland-outlook.ramsar.org/outlook.

Hat tip to Dr. Kirsten K. Davis, Professor of Law and Interim Assistant Dean of Student Affairs and Director of the Stetson Institute for the Advancement of Legal Communication

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Thursday, June 6, 2019

Thirty Years After the Tanks of Tiananmen

TiananmenThis week marks the 30th Anniversary of the crushing of the pro-democracy demonstrations in Beijing. U.S. Secretary of State Michael Pompeo issued a press statement to mark the event, stating in part that:

we honor the heroic protest movement of the Chinese people that ended on June 4, 1989, when the Chinese Communist Party leadership sent tanks into Tiananmen Square to violently repress peaceful demonstrations calling for democracy, human rights, and an end to rampant corruption. The hundreds of thousands of protesters who gathered in Beijing and in other cities around China suffered grievously in pursuit of a better future for their country. The number of dead is still unknown. We express our deep sorrow to the families still grieving their lost loved ones, including the courageous Tiananmen Mothers, who have never stopped seeking accountability, despite great personal risk. The events of thirty years ago still stir our conscience, and the conscience of freedom-loving people around the world.

Click here for the full Press Statement from U.S. Secretary of State Michael Pompeo.

Hat tip dr

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Thursday, May 16, 2019

UCLA is Hiring for Its LL.M. Legal Research and Writing Program

UCLA School of Law is seeking a full-time instructor with a background in legal research and writing to coordinate and teach in the LL.M. Legal Research and Writing program, which is designed for graduate law students who have a foreign law degree. This is a full-time, nine-month, academic, non-tenure track appointment as a Lecturer in Law (lecturer). The appointment will be effective July 1, 2019, with classes beginning August 14.

The lecturer will coordinate all aspects of the LL.M. LRW program including curriculum design, formative and summative assessment development, assistance with hiring of part-time LRW instructors and other aspects of the program to ensure an excellent, robust, and responsive legal research and writing program. The lecturer will teach up to four sections of LL.M. Legal Research and Writing each year. Each section is two units, graded on a pass/no pass basis and enrolls approximately 25 students. Currently the course is designed to develop skills needed by practicing lawyers, including legal research, writing and analysis and is taught through the clinical method with students learning through practice and feedback. Students are taught how to proficiently research client problems and analyze the law within the context of those problems. Students then focus on drafting objective memoranda and engage in other writing assignments. Excellent and extensive feedback on assignments is required. In addition to the class meetings, the lecturer is expected to hold regular office hours and meet with students to counsel them about their writing projects, career interests and other matters of academic or professional concern.

Depending on background, the lecturer will likely also teach one or two substantive law courses for LL.M. students, with the total number of semester teaching units not to exceed 16 per year, as well as engage in other duties expected of faculty on an as-needed basis, such as serving on faculty committees, assisting in a clinical course, or supervising student externships. The lecturer should also expect to collaborate with the Vice Deans and Associate Deans, Assistant Dean for Graduate and International Programs and LL.M. Academic Support faculty on issues of curriculum and program planning, and collaborate with other legal research and writing instructors in developing assignments and coordinating due dates.

The salary and level of appointment will be commensurate with qualifications and experience but generally in a range of $80,000 to $90,000 per year.

A J.D. degree or foreign professional law degree is required. This position also requires evidence of past or potential ability for:
• Effective classroom teaching (including command of the subject matter, ability to organize and present material, and ability to awaken student interest, curiosity, creativity, and achievement).
• Effective and timely feedback on written assignments with extensive oral and written comments on student work product.
• Successfully coordinating a legal research and writing program including developing course materials for self and others teaching within the program

Click here for more information.

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May 16, 2019 | Permalink | Comments (0)