Monday, February 22, 2021
From Sarah Schindler...
The University of Maine School of Law, in the coastal city of Portland, Maine, invites applications for two full-time Visiting Professor of Law positions to teach Criminal Law or Property Law for the 2021-2022 academic year. The visiting appointments may be at the Professor, Associate Professor, or Assistant Professor level. Successful candidates will be eligible to apply for a tenured or tenure-track position starting in the 2022-2023 academic year. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Members of minority groups, women, and others whose background would contribute to the diversity of the Law School are encouraged to apply.
Review of applications will begin immediately. To ensure full consideration, we encourage you to submit materials by March 19, 2021. You may email any questions to email@example.com. Applications, however, must be submitted via HireTouch. Position(s) will remain open until successful candidates are hired.
Thursday, February 18, 2021
It's still the best conference I go to all year...RMLUI turns 30.
From Susan Daggett:
As Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute celebrates its 30th year, the Institute will present its first ever virtual Western Places, Western Spaces land use conference -- this year scheduled to begin on March 4 and continue every Friday for the month of March. This year’s program will focus on bouncing forward from the COVID era to build thriving, healthy, and equitable communities and will feature sessions on housing, transportation, and the public realm….but with a focus on what we’ve learned from the pandemic and where we go from here. The final week of the conference will include (on Thursday, March 25th) a practice-focused Workshop on Housing Affordability and Zoning, which will consider the causes and effects of the current housing affordability crisis in Colorado (and elsewhere), will examine the role of zoning in limiting the development of affordable forms of housing, and will consider legal and policy reforms that can help remove barriers and increase the availability of workforce and “missing middle” housing. This workshop is being made available at no cost, thanks to underwriting by Gary Community Investments.
To learn more about the conference and to register, visit the RMLUI conference page.
Wednesday, February 10, 2021
My term as Editor-in-Chief of the ABA’s Journal of Affordable Housing & Community Development Law is coming to a close and we are seeking a new EIC to begin in August. The announcement is below. Please feel free to contact me if you are considering applying and have questions.
ABA Journal of Affordable Housing & Community Development Law
Accepting Applications for Next Editor-in-Chief
The ABA’s Journal of Affordable Housing & Community Development Law is seeking applicants for its next Editor-in-Chief (EIC). The EIC role is a two-year commitment to oversee the production of three issues per year. The EIC works with the Journal’s editorial board to determine themes; to solicit articles and essays; and to produce the Journal’s departments, which include Heard from HUD, the Literature Digest, Letters to the Regulators, organizational profiles, book reviews, and more.
The next EIC will begin in August, 2021 with work towards the production of the Winter, 2021 issue.
The Journal is the nation’s only law journal dedicated to affordable housing and community development law. The Journal educates readers and provides a forum for discussion and resolution of problems in these fields by publishing articles from distinguished law professors, policy advocates and practitioners.
To apply, please submit a short statement of interest (1-2 pages) and a resume or CV to the Journal’s Editor-in-Chief, Prof. Stephen R. Miller, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Feel free to contact Prof. Miller if you have any questions about the EIC role prior to submitting an application.