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  • 21 Apr 2015 3:03 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law, located in Columbus, Ohio, invites applicants to serve as a Visiting Assistant Professor of Law to teach the Entrepreneurial Business Law Clinic for the Spring 2016 semester.  This is a transactional clinic working primarily with small, start-up businesses. The Visiting Assistant Professor will be responsible for all case supervision, the training and mentoring of students, and teaching the class component that meets twice each week for two hours each session.

    Essential functions of this position include but are not limited to:

    • Direct and teach a 4 credit law clinic;

    • Supervise up to 12 students as they work with clients to determine and serve their legal needs;

    • Provide feedback and coaching to students as they prepare appropriate client work products;

    • Maintain existing network of relationships that provide referrals and a client base for the clinic;

    • Coordinate with permanent faculty member on leave who ordinarily directs this clinic to ensure seamless transitions with surrounding semesters.

    This is a full-time (40 hours per week), short-term (spring 2016 semester) appointment.  In addition, the Visiting Assistant Professor may attend and participate in events at the College of Law which could include workshops, conferences, commencement, faculty meetings, etc.

    Please note recently retired law faculty, seeking to serve as Visiting Professors are also encouraged to apply.


    A J.D. degree from an ABA accredited law school is required as well as a minimum of 3 years of transactional legal experience.  The chosen candidate must be (1) a member in good standing of the Ohio bar or (2) have passed a bar examination and be a member in good standing of the bar in another state.

    Application Instructions:

    Please send a resume, cover letter, and list of two (2) professional references to Associate Dean Garry Jenkins via electronic mail at  Review of applications will begin immediately.

    The Ohio State University is committed to non-discrimination, equal employment opportunity, and affirmative action. This commitment is both a matter of law and moral imperative consistent with an intellectual community in which individual differences and diversity are celebrated. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation or identity, national origin, disability status or protected veteran status. 

  • 20 Apr 2015 6:34 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    Berkeley Law School’s Samuelson Law, Technology, and Public Policy Clinic is seeking a teaching fellow to begin on July 1, 2015.

    The fellow will have the opportunity to gain experience teaching and supervising law students while also providing representation to a variety of public interest clients in the law and technology arena.

    The official posting and instructions on how to apply are here:

    Please email any questions to Catherine Crump, who is associate director of the clinic (

  • 20 Apr 2015 4:38 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    Texas A&M is hiring an Assistant Director of Academic Support.  The person hired will assist in developing and managing of all aspects of the First-Year, Peer Tutoring and Upper-Level Academic Support Program, in conjunction with the Faculty Director and the other Assistant Director of Academic Support. In addition, the Assistant Director contributes to developing and managing the “Preparing for Bar” Course, Bar Mentoring Program, Bar Scholarships, and other Bar Exam preparation materials and services.

    Candidates must have a JD, and should have some experience in legal education. Texas A&M University School of Law is located in vibrant downtown Fort Worth. The Fort Worth/Dallas area, with a total population in excess of six million people, offers a low cost of living and a strong economy.

    As an Equal Opportunity Employer, Texas A&M University welcomes applications from a broad spectrum of qualified individuals who will enhance the rich diversity of the law school’s academic community. Applicants can apply directly online at:  Please also send your résumé or cv directly to Professor James McGrath, Professor of Law and Director of Academic Support -  Alternatively, résumés can be mailed to Professor McGrath at Texas A&M University School of Law, 1515 Commerce Street, Fort Worth, Texas 76102-6509.

  • 20 Apr 2015 2:50 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    U.D.C. David A. Clarke School of Law is pleased to announce fellowship opportunities in the following clinics:

    Juvenile and Special Education Law Clinic

    Took Crowell Institute for Youth

    Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic

    Housing & Consumer Law Clinic

    Legislation Clinic

    General Practice Clinic

    LL.M. Program Description

    The U.D.C. David A. Clarke School of Law has an excellent and nationally ranked clinical education program.   Each law student (J.D. candidate) must complete at least two seven-credit clinics (a minimum of 700 hours of clinical work) to graduate.   Each LL.M. candidate will work closely with an experienced faculty member in a clinic to teach and supervise J.D. candidates in substantive law and practice skills.  In addition, over the course of the two-year program, Fellows in the LL.M. program will complete a culminating project in the form of a scholarly work of publishable quality or a project designed to stimulate systems change.   

    The two-year LL.M. program includes coursework in clinical pedagogy, legal scholarship, public interest law, and systems change.  The focus of the program is to provide the Fellows with a foundation in clinical education practices and to strengthen their lawyering and advocacy skills.

    L.L.M. candidates will receive an annual stipend of $51,157 plus benefits.

    The program begins on August 1, 2015.

    Applications will be considered on a rolling basis. 

    Specific clinic descriptions are at:

    Admissions Process

    Please submit the following:

    1. A response to the following questions in no more than 1,000 words (two pages):

    In your area of concentration, what systemic problems have you identified?  How do you envision using the law to transform the system?

    2. Resume

    3. Writing Sample

    4. Law School Transcript (official)

    5. Two letters of recommendation from persons with personal knowledge of your capabilities and commitment to social justice.

    Please send materials, except transcript, electronically to Jordana Arias, Clinic Staff Assistant,  (Please enter “LL.M. Application” in the subject line.)

    Mail transcript to:

    Jonathan Smith, Associate Dean

    Clinical and Experiential Programs 

    University of the District of Columbia

    David A. Clarke School of Law

    4200 Connecticut Ave., N.W.

    Building 52

    Washington, DC  20008

    Applications will be considered on a rolling basis.

    Questions?  Please contact Jonathan Smith:

    Candidates should have a minimum of two years relevant practice experience and be a member in good standing of the bar of the highest court of any state possession, territory, or Commonwealth of the United States, or the District of Columbia.  A person chosen to enter the LL.M. program who is not a member of the D.C. Bar will have to apply to waive into the D.C. Bar or otherwise apply for membership in the D.C. Bar.

  • 20 Apr 2015 2:44 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    California Western School of Law (CWSL) invites applications for the position of Director of its incubator program, the Access to Law Initiative (ALI).  The law school seeks an innovative Director to help manage and build the ALI program. Founded in 1924, California Western is fully accredited by the ABA and is a member of the AALS. 

    The foundation of ALI is its goals:  to help provide access to law to underserved segments of the community (and help reduce the widely acknowledged gap in access to justice), and to support CWSL alumni who wish to embark on careers in solo, small firm, or non-profit entity practice.  Numerous constituencies are served by ALI:  alumni participants in ALI, needy potential consumers of legal services, the law school, and the community.

    The specific duties of the Program Director include:  

    • Internal Management--recruit, select, nurture, and encourage ALI participants.
    • Develop and coordinate training and mentoring for ALI participants in conjunction with faculty, community organizations, and the legal and professional communities.
    • Publicize and market ALI--collaborate with other community organizations.
    • Fund raising—includes management of activities supported by City Council and other grantors.
    • Collaborate with other departments at CWSL, including the Community Law Projects, Alumni Affairs, Admissions, and others.
    • Coordinate with External relations, including the Consortium for Incubator programs, the California State Bar, the American Bar Association, and other informal consultations.
    • Program evaluation—collect data and establish criteria for evaluation.

    The successful candidate must have a J.D. degree from an ABA-accredited law school; at least 3 years (and preferably more) of law practice or other supervisory experience; with an additional preference for experience in teaching, solo-firm practice, or law-firm management.

    This position may be staffed as a part-time position (minimum of 20 hours per week) or as a full-time position.  Compensation is competitive and commensurate with experience.  

    Please send a letter of application, which should include your preference for a part- or full-time position and your salary requirements, and a resume to  Applications will be accepted until May 1, 2015.  

  • 15 Apr 2015 4:39 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    The University of South Dakota School of Law is happy to announce the Fall opening of South Dakota’s only Low Income Taxpayer Clinic (LITC).  The LITC seeks a director to begin July 1, who will continue developing the clinic for Fall semester.  The director will teach, supervise and mentor students in the clinic.  Application materials should be submitted electronically at Inquiries about applying should be directed to Tiffany Graham, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, at  Questions about the clinic itself should be directed to Professor Allen Madison at

  • 15 Apr 2015 3:22 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    The University of Baltimore School of Law invites applications for a fellowship to start in mid-June, 2015 in the Community Development Clinic (CDC). This public interest fellowship program offers practicing attorneys exposure to clinical law teaching. The CDC provides transactional, regulatory, and other non-litigation advice to community-based nonprofit groups, to small businesses headed by low-income entrepreneurs, and to social enterprises, cooperatives, and other clients with challenging and unmet legal needs.

    The Fellow's duties include supervising law students as they engage in client service for the first time, co-teaching the weekly clinical seminar with other CDC faculty, including CDC Director Jaime Lee, and engaging with the local community to learn about its legal needs. The Fellow will also cover emergency client matters during winter and summer breaks in the academic calendar.

    The Fellow will have opportunities to engage in academic scholarship and to explore teaching as a long-term profession, and will join UB's community of other law teachers and Fellows within our larger Clinical Program. This position is a full-time, year-round contractual appointment for up to two years. The position can be extended for a third year under certain circumstances. Because the CDC serves
    evening students, the Fellow will work one or more evenings each week during the fall and spring semesters, with daytime hours adjusted accordingly.

    Qualifications: Two years or more years of legal practice in transactional, small business, nonprofit, regulatory, employment, legislative, and/or community lawyering; exceptional listening skills; a demonstrated interest in working for low-income clients and communities; and an interest in mentoring and/or teaching. Fellows must be or be willing to become members of the Maryland Bar. If the person hired as the Fellow is not admitted in Maryland when hired, s/he should take the bar exam in July of 2015 if possible, or in February 2016.

    Salary: The compensation for the first year of the fellowship is $50,000 and for the second year and (if the term is extended) for the third year is $53,000, with additional support for scholarship, including travel to conferences and assistance with research.

    Applications are now being accepted. The deadline for letters of interest and resumes is May 3, 2015.

    For more details about the Fellows' Program, please view our website at
    To apply, submit a letter of interest and curriculum vitae by mail or email to:
    Melanie Hanson
    University of Baltimore School of Law
    Clinical Law Offices
    1420 N. Charles Street,
    Baltimore, Maryland 21201
    Phone: 410-837-5653; Fax: 410-837-4776
    If by email:

    The University of Baltimore is an equal opportunity employer and minority candidates are encouraged to apply. UB is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/ADA Compliant Employer & Title IX Institution.

  • 14 Apr 2015 5:48 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)
    The University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law is seeking a Visiting Assistant Professor of Law to direct and teach a new Medical-Legal Partnership Clinic to be created as part of the Memphis Children's Health Law Directive (Memphis CHiLD), an innovative alliance between the School of Law, Le Bonheur Children's Hospital, and Memphis Area Legal Services.

    The full-time, twelve-month position will begin on July 1, 2015 and will include doctrinal teaching responsibilities of one course per semester in addition to the teaching and supervisory duties related to the Medical-Legal Partnership. Subject to approval, funding is available to allow the position to be renewed on an annual basis for three years. Under the direction of the Visiting Assistant Professor, the Medical-Legal Partnership Clinic will supervise students in providing legal services to Le Bonheur patients and their families; develop an interdisciplinary education curriculum focused on the social determinants of health and the legal, policy, and other issues affecting the well-being and healthcare access of low-income children; and engage in systemic advocacy that seeks to improve health outcomes for low-income children. The Visiting Assistant Professor will also partner with and draw on the assessment and research expertise of the Law School's Institute for Health Law and Policy (iHeLP), as well as Memphis community stakeholders, to evaluate the impact of the Medical-Legal Partnership in utilizing law and policy to advance children's health.

    Candidates should be prepared to present their comprehensive vision for teaching, administering, growing, and cultivating enduring support for the Medical-Legal Partnership Clinic. In addition to directing and teaching the Medical-Legal Partnership Clinic, it is anticipated that the Visiting Assistant Professor will teach two additional courses based on the needs of the law school. For duties related to the Medical-Legal Partnership, the Visiting Assistant Professor will report directly to the Director of Experiential Learning, and will work closely with the Dean, Director of iHeLP, and Faculty on the development of the Medical-Legal Partnership Clinic.

    Candidates must possess a J.D. or equivalent law degree and must be admitted to practice in Tennessee or willing to seek admission to the Tennessee bar as soon as practically possible following appointment. See TN Supreme Court Rule 7, Section 10.02 (Attorneys in Clinical and Related Law School Programs). Among other qualifications, candidates should have a minimum of five (5) years of legal practice experience; a demonstrated interest in serving lower-income
    individuals and communities, substantial experience or interest in working with healthcare professionals and students; a strong desire to supervise and work with students; and a commitment to building community relationships and programs.

    Applicants should submit a letter of interest, resume, and list of three references to Professor Daniel Kiel, Chair, MLP Faculty Recruitment Committee, at Write "Medical-Legal Partnership Clinic Application" in the subject line of the email. Preference will be given to applications received by April 27, 2015, although applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

    The University of Memphis School of Law recently celebrated its 50th anniversary in its new building, the newly restored U.S. Customs House in downtown Memphis. A $48 million project, the structure offers a magnificent setting for learning and
    teaching and has been recognized as one of the finest law school facilities in the nation and the world. Memphis is a beautiful and diverse city with affordable real
    estate and an excellent quality of life. The city is known for its friendly  atmosphere, revitalized downtown, and attractions such as Graceland, Beale Street, Opera Memphis, Memphis Symphony Orchestra, Memphis Zoo, NBA Grizzlies, Memphis Tigers basketball team, National Civil Rights Museum, and nationally recognized theatre companies. While the School of Law does not treat race, color, religion, national origin, gender, age, disability, or sexual orientation as dispositive in hiring decisions, the School has a strong institutional commitment to hiring persons who will add to its diversity. The University of Memphis is an EEO/AA employer.

  • 03 Apr 2015 1:47 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)


    The University of Michigan Law Clinical Fellows Program seeks applicants for a fellowship in its new "full-service" Veterans Legal Clinic. This is a two year appointment with a contemplated extension for a third year.

    The Clinical Fellows Program is designed to allow attorneys to explore the possibility of a career in clinical teaching and fully support them in that endeavor. Michigan Clinical Fellows gain valuable experience and mentoring in clinical pedagogy and in their substantive area of practice. Their duties include clinical teaching and student supervision in conjunction with a clinic director, and participation in the operation and development of the clinic in which they teach. Support is provided for professional development and scholarship.

    The Veterans Legal Clinic will handle legal matters for veterans and, in some instances, their immediate families. The Clinic was designed and funded based on a holistic approach to veterans' legal and social needs. Students will represent veterans in a wide array of civil matters in addition to the more service related ones (e.g., disability benefits and discharge status challenges). In the inaugural fall 2015 semester we will focus on crafting the curriculum, strengthening relationships with other veterans service organizations, growing our referral base, and providing representation to clients.

    The successful applicant will have a minimum of 3 years experience in civil litigation, a strong interest in clinical teaching, a demonstrated commitment to public interest lawyering, and potential for scholarship and success as a clinical teacher. Experience with the veterans community and/or issues is a plus. Candidates must hold a J.D. degree and be eligible for licensure in Michigan. Michigan's Clinical Fellows salaries and benefits are very competitive. The fellowship begins on a date to be determined sometime mid to late summer 2015.

    Questions can be directed to Associate Dean David Santacroce at or 734-763-4319. We will begin reviewing applications on April 24th and will accept them until the position is filled. Applicants should send a letter of interest and résumé to:

    John W. Lemmer
    Experiential Education Business Administrator
    The University of Michigan Law School
    701 S. State Street
    Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1215

    The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity employer.

  • 30 Mar 2015 11:08 AM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    Harvard Law School Food Law and Policy Clinic
    Clinical Fellow

    Duties & Responsibilities:
    Reporting to the Director of the Food Law and Policy Clinic, the Fellow will work independently and with the Director, staff, and students on a broad range of international, federal, state, and local policy projects addressing the health, environmental, and economic impacts of our food system. FLPC projects make cutting-edge policy recommendations to increase access to nutritious food for individuals and families, reduce diet-related diseases, and assist small-scale and sustainable food producers in participating in markets.

    FLPC's projects fall into four main categories: Food Policy Councils and Food Systems Planning; Food Access and Obesity Prevention; Food Waste; and, Sustainable Food Production. Some current and past Clinic projects include:

    ·         Assisting with the development and research needs of state and local food policy councils;

    ·         Conducting training for food policy councils and other community coalitions to better understand the legal and policy context and achieve their food system goals;

    ·         Commenting on major federal regulations, such as the Food and Drug Administration rules implementing the Food Safety Modernization Act;

    ·         Identifying and promoting creative policies to reduce the 40% of food that goes to waste in the United States; and

    ·         Researching and recommending policies that all levels of government can use to improve the foods served in schools.

    As the FLPC is a division of the Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation, the Fellow will also work closely will staff and students throughout the Center, including on projects at the intersection of health and food law and policy.

    The Fellow's work will entail, but is not limited to:

    ·         Serving as the lead attorney on one or several projects, which includes managing and directing the day-to-day project work;

    ·         Managing client and partner relationships on the projects the Fellow oversees;

    ·         Working closely with students on the projects the Fellow oversees;

    ·         Assisting with development of the classroom courses offered in conjunction with the Clinic;

    ·         Delivering presentations of our work to local and regional food policy groups and at national conferences;

    ·         Undertaking various administrative tasks within the Clinic, including event planning, communications, development, and other tasks that arise; and

    ·         Helping to set and implement the vision for the ongoing development and success of the Clinic.


    JD required, earned within the last three years. Successful candidates should possess the following skills and attributes: strong writing, research, and communication skills; keen motivation to learn and achieve superior professional practice and mentoring of students; creative problem-solving skills and demonstrated ability to work innovatively within broad program goals; strong sense of self-motivation and entrepreneurial mindset; strong organizational, time management, and project management skills; demonstrated leadership experience; ability to work independently, as well as in teams, and in demanding and periodically high stress circumstances; and relevant academic or professional experience.

    Note: This is an expected two-year fellowship, subject to funding and departmental needs.

    Additional Information:
    Established in 2010, the Harvard Food Law and Policy Clinic addresses the health, environmental, and economic consequences of the laws and policies that govern our food system. The FLPC utilizes substantive expertise in food law and policy and a robust policy skill set to assist nonprofit and governmental clients in a variety of local, state, federal, and international settings in understanding and improving the laws impacting the food system. As the oldest food law clinical program in the United States, the FLPC is a pioneer in the field of food law and policy, and serves as a counselor and model for lawyers and law schools entering this field. The FLPC is a division of the Harvard Law School Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation.

    Law students enrolled in the Clinic get hands-on learning experience conducting legal and policy research for individuals, communities, and governments on a wide range of food law and policy issues. The FLPC has trained dozens of clinical students at HLS, as well as many interns, volunteers, and pro bono students from Harvard and other schools across the United States. Working in the FLPC allows students to provide public service as law students, while honing their legal skills in order to continue addressing food policy concerns and other pressing social issues post-graduation.

    FLPC projects have seen a high level of success, including passing new legislation, regulations, and ordinances at the state and local levels; providing legal and policy trainings to a broad range of community and advocacy groups; and participating in key dialogues about improving the food system at all levels of government.

    We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

    To apply:; Requisition #35181BR


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