Friday, August 5, 2022

Idaho Law hiring for a tenure-track Housing Clinic position


The University of Idaho College of Law is hiring for a tenure-track Housing Law Clinic professor, which would be located in Boise.  I am happy to discuss with folks, in addition to the search committee director.  The announcement is below.

Housing Clinic

The University of Idaho College of Law seeks to hire a tenure-track faculty member to direct a Housing-Related Law Clinic. The successful candidate could be an entry-level Assistant Professor rank on a tenure track, or an Associate or Full Professor rank with tenure, depending on the candidate's qualifications. This position involves directing a housing-related clinic, which could include landlord-tenant, reentry, veterans, or benefits issues. The faculty member must supervise the clinic, teach one additional course on a related subject, mentor and advise students, produce scholarship, and conduct community outreach. Applicants must have a J.D. from an accredited school or the equivalent; a distinguished academic record; five years of post-J.D. practice or clerking experience; active membership in at least one state bar and ability to obtain Idaho State Bar admission as a supervising attorney by November 1, 2023; a record or the promise of teaching and scholarly excellence. Preferred qualifications include more than two years of post-J.D. practice or full-time teaching experience in the law clinic setting and/or serving clients in housing-related matters. This position is located in Boise. Interested candidates should submit an application, including a statement of demonstrated commitment to fostering an inclusive community, at Please direct questions to Samuel Newton, the search committee chair, at Priority will be given to applications received by September 15, 2022.

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