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  • 10 Aug 2015 3:12 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)
    The University of South Carolina School of Law invites applications for a tenured or tenure-track Clinical Director position to begin fall semester 2016. Candidates should have a juris doctorate or equivalent degree and a minimum experience of five years in clinical legal education. Additionally, a successful applicant should have a record of excellence in academia or in practice, the potential to be an outstanding teacher, and demonstrable scholarly promise.  Interested persons should send a resume, references, and subject area preferences to Prof. Eboni Nelson, Chair, Faculty Selection Committee, c/o Kim Fanning, University of South Carolina School of Law, 701 S. Main St., Columbia, SC 29208 or, by email, to HIRE2016@LAW.SC.EDU (electronic submissions preferred).


    The University of South Carolina is committed to a diverse faculty, staff, and student body.  We encourage applications from women, minorities, persons with disabilities, and others whose background, experience, and viewpoints contribute to the diversity of our institution.


    The University of South Carolina is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the base of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, genetics, sexual orientation, gender, or veteran status. 

  • 10 Aug 2015 3:04 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    The University of California, Irvine School of Law, invites applications for a full-time clinical faculty position, to begin in July 2016.   The Law School's innovative curriculum emphasizes hands-on learning, interdisciplinary teaching and research, and public service.  To this end, the founding faculty adopted as a graduation requirement that each student participate in at least one semester of clinical education in which she assists real clients in solving actual legal problems.   The Law School has allocated 10 of its 55 faculty positions for the hiring of clinical faculty to develop six to ten core clinics.  We intend to create clinics that engage in litigation, transactional and policy work to address our clients' needs, and to provide students with a broad range of options tailored to differing career interests.  Thus far, we have hired eight full-time clinical faculty, and currently offer seven clinical courses that fulfill the clinical requirement: Appellate Litigation, Community & Economic Development, Domestic Violence, Environmental Law, Immigrant Rights, Intellectual Property Arts & Technology and International Justice.

    The person selected will either create a new clinic or co-teach in one of the Law School's existing clinics, and will assist in the planning and development of the overall clinical program.   The Law School is most interested in applicants desiring to start a new clinic in the Criminal Justice area.  We also welcome applications to create clinics in other substantive areas.  At least five years of practice experience and two years of clinical teaching experience are strongly preferred.  This position is available as an academic tenure, clinical tenure, or tenure-track (academic or clinical) position, depending on the candidate's experience and interests. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. 

    UC Irvine School of Law is the first public law school in California in nearly 50 years. Fulfilling a longstanding vision of the campus, the school opened its doors to its first class of 60 law students in fall 2009. Today, the Law School has 44 full-time faculty and 330 students. The School of Law is an innovative and visionary law school focused on training talented and passionate lawyers and driven by academic excellence, intellectual rigor and a commitment to enrich our communities through public service. From the outset, our goal has been to create one of the top law schools in the country and to prepare our students for the practice of law at the highest levels of the profession. UC Irvine School of Law combines the best of a large and renowned academic institution with a collegial, supportive and friendly environment.

    The Law School continues to rank highly. In 2015, its first year of eligibility, UCI Law was ranked No. 30 by U.S. News & World Report. This was the highest debut ranking by any new law school in U.S. News history. Additionally, our clinical program ranked No. 11, our intellectual property law program ranked No. 23 (tied with UCLA Law), and we were the only top-tier school to be listed in the top 10 index for student diversity. UCI Law also had the seventh best student-faculty ratio of any law school in the country.  Additionally, our faculty continues to be ranked No. 7 in scholarly impact in a recent study; in the Law School Survey of Student Engagement, the majority of our student population rated their entire educational experience as “Excellent,” far exceeding our peer schools and the national average; and UCI Law ranked No. 3, behind Yale and Stanford law schools, and above Harvard, in a ranking of student placement in prestigious federal judicial clerkships.  UC Irvine School of Law's innovative curriculum emphasizes hands-on learning, interdisciplinary teaching and research, and public service. The University of California, Irvine School of Law is a uniquely positioned law school that is relevant to law practice and legal scholarship in the 21st century and that pushes the frontiers of the profession.

    Applicants must hold a J.D. degree or equivalent from an accredited institution and have demonstrated potential for outstanding teaching and scholarly achievements. An outstanding academic background and relevant experience in practice are also expected.  Applications will be accepted effective August 1, 2015.  To ensure full consideration, applications and supporting material should be received by September 1, 2015.  Please note that adjunct positions will be posted and filled separately. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter identifying the subject area or areas of interest, and current curriculum vitae to UC Irvine's on-line application system, AP RECRUIT, located at , beginning August 1, 2015. 

    Confidential inquiries are welcome.   Inquiries may be made to Professor Carrie Hempel, Associate Dean for Clinical Education and Service Learning, by email:  or phone (949) 824-3575. For more information about UCI Law School, visit our website:

    The University of California, Irvine is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer advancing inclusive excellence. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, protected veteran status, or other protected categories covered by the University of California nondiscrimination policy.


  • 10 Aug 2015 2:55 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Law seeks an experienced, versatile legal practitioner with a passion for justice and teaching to supervise the Consumer Financial Transactions (CFT) Clinic. The Law School’s Clinical Programs have a long and proud history of providing high quality, free legal representation to under-resourced individuals, organizations and communities in North Carolina while training the state’s next generation of lawyers. 

    The CFT Clinic supervisor will be hired as a 12-month, fixed-term faculty member. This is a one-year renewable contract. UNC Law School has guaranteed funding for the CFT Clinic and the faculty supervisor through the 2017-2018 academic year. 

    The CFT clinic supervisor will report to the Director of Clinical Programs and supervise a clinic in which law students represent low- and moderate-income clients who hold home mortgages that are at risk of foreclosure or are being foreclosed upon. The Clinic also represents clients in other consumer financial matters such as unfair debt collection practices and abusive practices related to credit cards, short-time loans, student loans, and check-cashing services.

    Applicants must have a J.D. from an accredited law school. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of five years practice experience and either experience or a demonstrated interest in teaching. S/he will have a background in representing under-resourced clients in mortgage foreclosure cases as well as other consumer financial transactions. The CFT Clinic supervisor must be, or become prior to starting the position, licensed to practice law in the State of North Carolina. S/he will also be flexible and adaptable and able to work as a member of a team in a fast-paced law clinic environment.

    Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Applications must be submitted electronically at . Click on the preceding direct-link URL from any browser to apply. Applications should include a resume or curriculum vitae, a letter of application, and contact information for four references. We particularly encourage candidates from members of groups under-represented in legal education.

    Confidential inquiries are welcome; such inquiries may be made to Professor Tamar R. Birckhead, Director of Clinical Programs by email: . 

    For more information about the UNC-CH School of Law, please visit our website: .  

    For more information about our Clinical Programs, please visit:  .

    The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer and welcomes all to apply regardless of race, color, gender, national origin, age, religion, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression. We also encourage protected veterans and individuals with disabilities to apply.

  • 10 Aug 2015 2:49 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    The University of Iowa College of Law is seeking a full-time faculty member to direct the College's Field Placement Program, including teaching and administrative responsibilities. Iowa’s Field Placement Program offers quality educational experiences that immerse students in the performance of legal work in government or non-profit agencies, criminal prosecution or defense offices, state and federal judges’ chambers, and international law offices and agencies, as well as in a newly approved in-house corporate setting. In addition to earning credit for their field work, students in field placements participate in faculty-taught classes designed to maximize students’ learning.

     The Director’s teaching responsibilities are multifaceted. These responsibilities include teaching students enrolled in a field placement class, as well as teaching on-site supervisors and law faculty supervisors how to use experiential pedagogy to translate students’ field experiences into substantive, reflective, and engaged learning.

    The Director’s administrative responsibilities include developing and managing relationships with legal service providers who partner with the law school to provide quality field placements. In addition to cultivating existing relationships and to identifying and developing new relationships with legal service providers, the Director will take the lead in advising students on complying with new experiential learning admission requirements for various states’ bars. The Director will also assist in developing appropriate law school responses to the ABA’s experiential learning standards. The Director is expected to substantively engage in national dialogues regarding field placements and other experiential education.

    Required qualifications include a professional portfolio that demonstrates the effective teaching of law students or other adult learners and a background in experiential learning pedagogy. Candidates must hold a J.D. degree, have a strong academic record, and have at least five years of law-related professional experience after law school. Candidates must possess strong communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills. The successful candidate must have been admitted to a state bar and, if not already a member of the Iowa bar, become so within 12 months of accepting the appointment. (Before applying for the position, out of state candidates should review Iowa Court Rules 31.12 and 31.13.) The Director will be eligible for a clinical faculty position or other non-tenured/non-tenure-track form of faculty status, to be negotiated commensurate with qualifications and experience.

    Confidential review of applications will begin immediately and continue until an appointment is made. To ensure full consideration, applications should be received by 10 September 2015 but applications will be considered thereafter until the position is filled.

    Please apply by submitting a cover letter, resume, and the names and addresses of at least three professional references to: Faculty Appointments Committee, College of Law, The University of Iowa, Iowa City IA  52242-1113.

    THE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for employment free from discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, age, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, religion, associational preference, status as a qualified individual with a disability, or status as a protected veteran.

  • 10 Aug 2015 2:42 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    Case Western Reserve University School of Law Milton A. Kramer Law Clinic Center invites applications from entry-level candidates for one tenure-track position in the Criminal Justice Clinic, Health Law Clinic, or Civil Litigation Clinic beginning in the 2016-2017 academic year. Tenure-track candidates should have distinguished academic credentials, a strong scholarly track record and at least 5 years of relevant criminal and civil practice experience (which can include practice in a clinical setting). The successful candidate will have at least two years of teaching experience, as well as a strong commitment to clinical legal education and teaching and a record of contributions to the profession. Areas of focus for the clinic will be defined, in part, by the interest of faculty joining our program. Minimum requirement: JD or equivalent from a US or foreign law school and prior teaching and/or equivalent supervisory experience. Candidates must also have passed a bar examination in the United States.

    The Milton A. Kramer Law Clinic Center currently includes the Civil Litigation Clinic, Community Development Clinic, Criminal Justice Clinic, Health Law Clinic, Intellectual Property Venture Clinic and the Civil and Human Rights Clinic.

    Interested candidates should send a CV and cover letter to:

    Professor Jonathan Adler 
    Case Western Reserve University School of Law 
    11075 East Boulevard 
    Cleveland, OH 44106

    In employment, as in education, Case Western Reserve University is committed to Equal Opportunity and Diversity. Women, veterans, members of underrepresented minority groups, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. 

    Case Western Reserve University provides reasonable accommodations to applicants with disabilities. Applicants requiring a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process should contact the Office for Inclusion, Diversity and Equal Opportunity at 216-368-8877 to request a reasonable accommodation. Determinations as to granting reasonable accommodations for any applicant will be made on a case-by-case basis.

  • 12 Jul 2015 6:59 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    The UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA COLLEGE OF LAW invites applications for entry-level and lateral candidates for a tenure-track faculty position to teach in its Civil Clinic. The position may also include teaching a classroom law school course on evidence, pretrial litigation, trial advocacy, or related subjects. In Fall 2016, Nebraska Law will open a new, state-of-the-art clinic building to house all of its clinics together. 

    Minimum Required Qualifications: J.D Degree or Equivalent, Superior Academic Record, Demonstrated Interest in Relevant Substantive Areas. Title of Asst/Assoc/or Full Clinical Professor will be based on qualifications of applicant.  General information about the Law College is available at Please fill out the University application, which can be found at, and upload a CV, a cover letter, and a list of references. The University of Nebraska‑Lincoln is committed to a pluralistic campus community through affirmative action, equal opportunity, work-life balance, and dual careers. Review of applications will begin on August 20, 2015 and continue until the position is filled. Contact Associate Dean Richard Moberly, Chair, Faculty Appointments Committee, University of Nebraska College of Law, Lincoln, NE 68583-0902, or send an email to

  • 03 Jul 2015 8:12 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    The University of Wisconsin Law School is pleased to announce a search for three clinical instructor positions with the Frank J. Remington Center. The Remington Center is one of the largest and oldest clinical programs in the country, and is comprised of multiple prison-based projects. The clinics include several calendar-year opportunities, along with school-year clinics and externship positions with prosecution and public defender offices.  

    The clinical instructor positions will supervise students in one of three clinical programs: Legal Assistance to Institutionalized Persons (LAIP), the Wisconsin Innocence Project (WIP), and the Restorative Justice Project (RJP). For more information about the projects and the duties in each, please see the position announcement.

    Please click on the following link to view the position announcement, including for information about how to apply:

    Applications must be received by July 10, 2015.

  • 25 Jun 2015 9:39 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    The University of Arizona James E Rogers College of Law invites applications for a fellowship position in its Veterans’ Advocacy Law Clinic.

    The Veterans’ Advocacy Law Clinic provides law students the opportunity to assist military veterans, service members and their families with legal issues, including representing them in local veterans treatment courts and on benefits appeals before the United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims and “discharge upgrade” cases, as well as work on policy issues relating to military service. 

    The Clinic Fellow works closely with the Director of the Veterans’ Advocacy Law Clinic on all aspects of administering, running, and teaching the clinic, including community outreach, and is also responsible for supervising students on their cases and projects. The Fellow will also have the opportunity to teach some of the clinical class component, thereby learning clinical pedagogy.  In addition to its direct representation of veterans and service members, the Veterans’ Advocacy Law Clinic will also host a workshop in the fall and an annual conference in the spring that addresses veterans legal/justice issues both of which the Fellow is responsible for assisting in the organization.  The Clinic Fellow will have the opportunity to attend faculty meetings, conferences related to veterans legal issues, and participate in law school activities.

    The candidate must have two years of legal experience (criminal or civil litigation preferred), have excellent oral communication, research, writing, and editing skills, as well as a strong interest in teaching and a dedication to helping veterans and service members.  Preferred qualifications include knowledge of and/or experience with veterans treatment courts, veterans benefits/disability laws, discharge upgrade policies, regulations and related issues (such as courts martial/the UCMJ), and the VA.  Candidates must hold a J.D. and be licensed by a state or the District of Columbia.   

    This position is a grant-funded contractual appointment for one year with an anticipated start date of late July or August 2015.  The position is part-time or full-time depending on the candidate and the needs of the grant, with an annual full-time salary of $40,000 to $46,000 with benefits.

    Please apply to

    Contact:  Professor Kristine A. Huskey, Director, Veterans’ Advocacy Law Clinic;

  • 25 Jun 2015 9:18 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    The University of California, Irvine School of Law invites applications for the position of Fellow in its International Justice Clinic (IJC). The principal aim of the fellowship is to provide an individual with mentorship and the opportunity to launch or deepen a career in human rights education and practice. The successful candidate will work on projects advancing the rights to freedom of opinion and expression under international human rights law, focusing in particular on contemporary problems of freedom of expression online. IJC supports the mandate of the United Nations Special Rapporteur  on the protection and promotion of the right to freedom of opinion and expression, currently held by Clinic Director David Kaye. As such, the Fellow will have an opportunity to help develop global strategies for internet freedom, shape thematic reports to the UN General Assembly and Human Rights Council, conduct research and supervise projects related to freedom of expression online, and develop innovative approaches to advocacy for internet freedom through international mechanisms. 

    UCI Law enjoys a dynamic clinical program already ranked highly on nationwide surveys. IJC aims to make concrete contributions to freedom of expression worldwide. It would be expected that the IJC Fellow would be a vital part not only of the IJC, but of the Clinical Program and the faculty’s intellectual life more generally. As such, the Fellow would receive strong mentoring and could expect support in terms of career development, scholarship, and advocacy.

    Job Description

    IJC involves up to twenty students annually working on human rights projects in a variety of areas. The Clinic has built up expertise working with activists, academics, technologists, diplomats, international civil servants, and policymakers around the world. Since August 2014, the Clinic has conducted a number of projects on freedom of expression, including support for the mandate’s first thematic report on encryption and anonymity technologies under human rights law; analysis of and reporting on the effectiveness of communications (allegation letters and urgent appeals) with governments; country focus projects; follow-up studies on past rapporteur’s country missions; preparation of allegation letters and urgent appeals to governments; the initiation of an initiative to engage in amicus filings in support of freedom of expression worldwide, especially in regional courts; and strategic research to determine key areas of importance related to freedom online.

    The Fellow will work on these types of issues and others that the successful candidate and the Director may identify over the course of the fellowship. This post-graduate fellowship will provide an opportunity to develop as an effective advocate and teacher while working with the Clinic to help train the next generation of leaders specializing in freedom of expression online. Therefore, one of the purposes of the fellowship is to allow the fellow to develop and practice clinical pedagogy and to supervise student projects. The fellowship would also enable the successful candidate to pursue a research agenda that is consistent with the work of the Clinic.

    Over the coming year the Fellow will be involved in, at a minimum, three substantive areas of work where internet freedom and the freedom of expression intersect: the launch of a major project focused on the human rights policies and practices of corporate actors in the Internet Communication and Technology sector; follow-up projects related to individual security online (e.g., encryption and anonymity); and engagement on issues of internet governance under human rights law. The successful candidate will also work on integrating these substantive issues into other work of the mandate.


    Candidates for the position must have:

    (1)  a J.D. from an A.B.A.-accredited law school and a record of exceptional academic and extracurricular success in law school;

    (2)  at least two years of experience working on human rights topics, preferably freedom of expression;

    (3)  superior written, oral and interpersonal communication skills;

    (4)  the ability to think imaginatively and critically about approaches to advancing freedom of expression in international, national, and regional spaces;

    (5)  the ability to work collaboratively with students, faculty and administrators; and

    (6)  the ability to juggle multiple competing priorities and meet firm deadlines.

    It is preferred that candidates for the position have significant experience working on human rights mechanisms at the international level or online freedom issues in a domestic or international setting. Candidates should also have a strong interest in pursuing a career in human rights education. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

    Nature of Appointment

    The Fellow will report to the International Justice Clinic Director and work closely with an adjunct member of the faculty and IJC students. The position is a full time, twelve-month appointment with the possibility of extension for an additional year, but not to exceed 2 years total.

    Application Procedure: All applicants must submit a cover letter describing their background and interests and a curriculum vitae using UC Irvine’s on-line application system, RECRUIT, located at:

    “The University of California, Irvine is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer advancing inclusive excellence. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, protected veteran status, or other protected categories covered by the UC nondiscrimination policy.”

  • 25 Jun 2015 9:11 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    The Boston College Immigration Clinic seeks a full-time attorney for a one-year fellowship, with a possibility of renewal for a second year depending on availability of funding.  The fellow will work as a staff attorney in the Boston College Immigration Clinic and will supervise students enrolled in the Boston College Law School Immigration Clinic in Newton, Massachusetts, together with Professor Mary Holper.  Preferred start date August 1, 2015.

    Principal Responsibilities:

    Represent abused, abandoned, or neglected noncitizen children in petitions for special immigration findings before Massachusetts Juvenile Courts and Probate and Family Courts;

    Represent noncitizens before the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services in applications for immigration status, including special immigrant juvenile status, petitions under the Violence Against Women Act, asylum, U visas, and adjustment of status;

    Represent noncitizens in removal proceedings before the Boston Immigration Court in cases involving asylum, withholding of removal, relief under the Convention Against Torture, cancellation of removal, waivers of inadmissibility, and adjustment of status;

    Supervise students enrolled in the Immigration Clinic in the direct representation of clients in removal proceedings and applications for status before the USCIS;

    Participate in regular weekly meetings of the Immigration Clinic; and

    Screen cases for representation by the Immigration Clinic.

    Qualifications and Skills:

    J.D. from ABA-accredited law school;

    Membership in good standing in any U.S. state bar;  

    Demonstrated commitment and experience in immigration law, preferably in removal, detention, or special immigrant juvenile status (law school clinics included);

    Excellent research, writing, and interpersonal skills;

    Strong organizational abilities and ability to “multi-task;” and

    Proficiency in Spanish preferred.

    Application: Please submit cover letter and résumé to Susie Shabanian, Center for Experiential Learning, 885 Centre Street, Newton, MA, 02459 or by email to  Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

    Boston College Is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer


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