Wednesday, March 18, 2020

Idaho is Hiring

The University of Idaho’s College of Law seeks an individual (and maybe two individuals) to teach the College’s legal writing & analysis course on a full-time basis at its Boise, Idaho location. The course is a two-semester, five-credit, required first-year course. The successful candidate will be responsible for developing the course collaboratively with three other faculty members. In addition to shared responsibility for course development, the successful candidate will be responsible for the direct instruction of approximately 25-35 students. The successful candidate will also teach an additional course, depending on areas of interest and the College of Law’s curricular needs.

The University of Idaho College of Law provides one outstanding law program with two locations — one in Moscow and one in Boise. Situated in the Idaho Law and Justice Learning Center, the Boise location is adjacent to the Idaho State Capitol, Idaho Supreme Court and Idaho State Bar. The ILJLC also houses the Idaho State Law Library, which provides attorneys, judges and students a vast array of resources for legal research. Boise is the hub of Idaho’s economic and government activity. The city of approximately 225,000 people is growing quickly and offers art galleries, museums, opera, a Shakespeare Festival and a music festival. The city also has a rich and dynamic downtown area with theater, ballet, a zoo, parks, and first-rate dining and shopping.

The University of Idaho is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer committed to assembling a diverse, broadly trained faculty and staff.  Women, minorities, people with disabilities, and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply.

Applicants must provide a cover letter, resume or CV, list of references, and an 8-12 page writing sample demonstrating legal analysis.  Click here to see complete details and to apply. 

 

Hat tip to Professor Jessica Gunder.

 

(mew)

 

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