Thursday, September 10, 2020
From the Fellowship organizers:
UCLA Law’s Williams Institute and Critical Race Studies Programseek applications for the Richard Taylor Law Teaching Fellowship for 2021-2023. Applicants who intend to pursue a career as an assistant professor of law are invited to apply if their research interests concern topics at the intersection of race/racism, sexual orientation, and gender identity.
We invite applications from those working in law, policy, and other disciplinary traditions such as the various social sciences, ethnic studies, history, etc. Applicants should have a research agenda that centers questions of sexuality (broadly defined), gender identity, race, and racism in any of the diverse law and policy domains, such as criminal justice, family law, employment discrimination, housing discrimination, to name just a few. We seek candidates who will bring our two programs together, infusing each with the ideas and work of the other.
The law teaching fellowship programs of The Williams Institute and Critical Race Studies at UCLA Law are some of the oldest in the nation. Together, they have supported over twenty law teaching fellows secure tenure track jobs. Past fellows have secured faculty positions at top law schools including Georgetown, Michigan, UCLA, UC Irvine, Wisconsin, and Yale.
For more information and to apply, please see here: https://recruit.apo.ucla.edu/JPF05837