Tuesday, August 16, 2022

The University of Arizona is Hiring!

Arizona Law’s nationally ranked, award-winning Legal Writing Program invites applications from entry-level and lateral candidates for a full-time position commencing in August 2023. The position entails appointment as a Continuing-Eligible Professional or a Continuing Status Professional under Arizona Board of Regents Policy Manual section 6-302. The successful candidate will teach a section of our first-year Legal Research, Analysis, and Communication (LRAC) course each semester. Our Program includes the required five-unit LRAC course and many upper-division offerings. Our writing faculty also supervise our internal moot-court competition and coach moot-court teams.

The writing faculty have full voting rights, commensurate with rank, and a voice in governance. They are eligible for summer research grants and sabbaticals. They serve on committees and in leadership positions. Although Continuing Status does not require scholarship, scholarship—broadly defined—weighs in evaluation and promotion decisions. Our Program also publishes the Journal of Appellate Practice and Process, and writing faculty are encouraged to serve a role on that publication.

The University of Arizona is a public land-grant university at the heart of beautiful Tucson, Arizona, home to the O'odham and Yaqui peoples. Committed to diversity and inclusion, the University is a federally recognized Hispanic Serving Institution. As part of a university ranked in the top 20 of public research universities in the nation, the College boasts myriad opportunities for interdisciplinary scholarship and is a truly global law school, with students around the world. The College embraces innovation, with groundbreaking degree programs like its first-in-the-nation BA in Law, novel curricular offerings, and diverse experiential opportunities.

Contact Professor Tessa Dysart at the University of Arizona for more information.



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