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  • 24 Apr 2014 12:01 PM | Maritza Karmely (Administrator)
    Clinical Staff Attorney/Practitioner-in-Residence Positions:
    Brooklyn Law School

    Brooklyn Law School is a nationally recognized leader in professional education.1 To focus, enhance and grow this expertise, the Law School has founded the Center for Urban Business Entrepreneurship (CUBE) to prepare and enable law students to advise and participate in entrepreneurial ventures for start-up and growing business and not-for-profit organizations.
    The Law School seeks two experienced lawyers to serve as Staff Attorneys or Practitioners-in-Residence (depending on experience) with three BLS clinics that emphasize subjects and skills that overlap with the mission of CUBE. Based on individual substantive interests and skills, one attorney will work primarily with the Brooklyn Law Incubator and Policy Clinic and one attorney will work primarily with two real estate and community oriented clinics.

    - The Brooklyn Law Incubator and Policy Clinic (BLIP) functions like a law firm that represents Internet, new media, communications and other tech entrepreneurs and innovators on both business and policy advocacy.

    - The Community Development Clinic represents community organizations that wish to help shape the future of Brooklyn neighborhoods going through dramatic transformation as industrial sites adapt to changes in the local and global economy and new residential and commercial projects emerge.

    - The Corporate and Real Estate Clinic offers students the unique experience of acting as “house counsel” in representing low-income cooperative boards of directors in transactions.

    Working alongside the Executive Director of CUBE and the Directors of each of these clinics, the attorneys will expand and enhance the reach of these clinical programs to allow more students to participate in effectively representing a greater number of clients in an expanded range of subjects. In this role, the attorneys will participate in all activities including course planning, curriculum development, teaching, supervising and mentoring law students, representing clients, clinic administration, and community education, engagement and outreach.
    1 Brooklyn Law School’s extensive network of clinics, externships and simulation courses have earned it a ranking as the sixth best law school in the country in this area. See Best Schools for Practical Training, National Jurist (March 2014). Clinical training is offered through more than 30 different programs that allow over 300 students each semester to participate in hands-on live-client representation in real-world settings in a wide variety of areas. Over 90% of the students in recent graduating classes earned academic credit from at least one clinical course.
    The attorneys will also work with CUBE’s Executive Director in developing and implementing on and off-campus programs involving practical experience, scholarship and policy analysis and will coordinate with other Law School initiatives for professional education.

    Each position offered is a 12-month contract position that may be renewable annually. The precise terms of the appointment will depend on prior experience and qualifications. Salary will be competitive.

    Minimum qualifications include a JD, admission to the Bar of the State of New York or ability to waive into the New York State Bar, knowledge of legal practice and four years of post-JD legal work with experience in areas addressed by the clinics including transactions and work with new ventures. A successful candidate also will have strong communication, writing and interpersonal skills, a record of involvement in professional organizations and activities, and experience showing a commitment/interest in teaching/mentoring and in working with creative and innovative projects and organizations. Prior teaching experience will be considered a plus, as will excellent management skills.
    Please submit a letter of interest along with supporting materials (curriculum vitae; list of references) to Paul A. Gangsei, Executive Director of the Center for Urban Business Entrepreneurship, Brooklyn Law School, 250 Joralemon Street, Brooklyn NY 11201, and a copy to Professor Stacy Caplow, Associate Dean for Professional Legal Education, The hiring process will begin immediately with the expectation that the positions will be filled for the Fall 2014 semester. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis and review of candidates will continue until the positions are filled. Brooklyn Law School is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.

    2 As the only law school in Brooklyn and with a location in the heart of Brooklyn’s “Tech Triangle” (DUMBO, the Brooklyn Navy Yard and MetroTech Center), Brooklyn Law School is uniquely positioned to draw on and serve one of the most exciting urban areas in the country for emerging businesses.
  • 24 Apr 2014 12:00 PM | Maritza Karmely (Administrator)

    Visiting Professor of the Practice and Managing Attorney for the Virginia Costal Policy Clinic

    William & Mary Law School seeks applicants for a position as Visiting Professor of Practice and Managing Attorney for its Virginia Coastal Policy Clinic (VCPC).  VCPC provides science-based legal and policy analysis of environmental and land use issues affecting the state’s coastal resources, educating the Virginia policymaking, non-profit, legal, and military and business communities about these subjects.  It works in close partnership with the Virginia Institute of Marine Science (VIMS) and Virginia Sea Grant.  The Managing Attorney’s responsibilities include development of a docket of legal and policy analysis projects dealing with coastal flooding, sea level rise, wetlands protection, and related coastal issues; clinical teaching; collaborative work across disciplines; fundraising; conference and symposia planning; and establishing and maintaining relationships with scientific experts at VIMS, local planners, state and local policymakers, and stakeholders active in environmental, land use, coastal and flooding issues in Virginia.

    Required qualifications include:  A JD degree and license to practice law in at least one state, and preference will be given to members of the Virginia State Bar or those eligible to sit either for the Virginia bar or waive admission into Virginia.  Preference will also be given to those with clinical legal education experience.

    The ideal applicant has five years practical experience in the science and public policy of coastal issues; experience in interdisciplinary collaboration; clinical teaching experience; superior writing, editing, and verbal skills; outstanding academic credentials; and excellent teamwork, research and writing skills. Scholarship is not a requirement of this position.

    This is a grant-funded position, contingent on continued grant support. Salary for this 12-month position will be commensurate with experience within state university range; position includes benefits. Apply at under instructional faculty.  The position is accorded visiting status for the first year of employment. During that term, the candidate may seek, pursuant to the Law School’s and College’s procedures, a further appointment that would be accorded a presumption of continuation from year to year.

  • 24 Apr 2014 11:59 AM | Maritza Karmely (Administrator)

    Visiting Professor of Practice and Staff Attorney, Lewis B. Puller, Jr. Veterans Benefits Clinic

    William & Mary Law School seeks applications for a Professor of Practice and Staff Attorney for our Lewis B. Puller, Jr. Veterans Benefits Clinic. The Staff Attorney position in the Puller Clinic is a position created to provide direct client services to the Veteran/Active Duty population and to assist in training students in a clinical legal education environment. 

    The mission of the Lewis B. Puller, Jr. Veterans Benefits Clinic is to deliver client services to veterans seeking disability compensation before the Department of Veterans Affairs and veterans seeking discharge upgrades, physical evaluation board representation, and/or medical retirement before the Department of Defense.  The Puller Clinic also trains law students in a clinical law school setting to be thoroughly familiar with a difficult area of administrative law, to develop basic and advanced law office management skills, to refine research and legal writing abilities, to interview clients and witnesses, and to create relationships with clients and investigate and advocate on their behalf both orally and in writing.

    Required qualifications include: Knowledge of the Department of Defense rules and regulations concerning separations, medical retirements, discharge upgrades, and physical evaluation boards; knowledge of the Department of Veterans Affairs rules and regulations.  Also must have client-based legal experience, advocacy experience, superior research and legal writing skills, and clinical teaching experience.  JD and valid state bar license to practice law required; prior service in a military service’s Judge Advocate General’s Corps, including completion of JAG Officer Basic Course, and accreditation by the Department of Veterans Affairs preferred. 

    The Staff Attorney for the Lewis B. Puller, Jr. Veterans Benefits Clinic’s responsibilities include clinical teaching; case work and client representation; community education and outreach; and assistance in fundraising.  Scholarship is not a requirement of this position.

    Salary for this 12-month position will be commensurate with experience within state university range; position includes benefits. Apply at  under instructional faculty.  The position is accorded visiting status for the first year of employment. During that term, the candidate may seek, pursuant to the Law School’s and College’s procedures, a further appointment that would be accorded a presumption of continuation from year to year.

  • 24 Apr 2014 11:58 AM | Maritza Karmely (Administrator)

    Visiting Professor of Practice and Managing Attorney for the PELE Special Education Advocacy Clinic

    William & Mary Law School seeks applications for a Visiting Professor of Practice and Managing Attorney for the PELE Special Education Advocacy Clinic, which provides legal services to school-aged children with disabilities and their parents, supervises law students in providing these services, assists in training students in a clinical legal education environment, and provides education and outreach activities, including an annual Institute in Special Education Advocacy.

    Required qualifications include: a Juris Doctor degree and valid Virginia state bar license to practice law; knowledge of and experience with IDEA and Sect. 504, and experience representing children with disabilities and their families in special education advocacy. Must have client-based legal experience, advocacy experience, superior research and legal writing skills, and clinical teaching experience. Preferred qualifications include: prior experience in K-12 teaching, experience with interpretation of educational evaluations and testing data.

    The Professor of Practice and Managing Attorney’s responsibilities include case work and client representation; clinical teaching; fundraising; community education and outreach, and the annual Institute in Special Education Advocacy. Scholarship is not a requirement of this position.

    Salary for this 12-month position will be commensurate with experience within state university range; position includes benefits. Apply at under instructional faculty. The position is accorded visiting status for the first year of employment. During that term, the candidate may seek, pursuant to the Law School’s and College’s procedures, a further appointment that would be accorded a presumption of continuation from year to year.

  • 16 Apr 2014 4:11 PM | Maritza Karmely (Administrator)

    Fellowship, Avon Global Center for Women & Justice at Cornell Law School, Ithaca, New York



    The Avon Global Center for Women & Justice at Cornell Law School is seeking applications for its 2014-15 Women and Justice Fellowship.  The position will begin in August 2014.  The appointment is for one year, but reappointment for a second term is possible.  The Fellow will play an integral role in executing and further developing the Center's initiatives.


    The Center works with judges, legal practitioners, civil society advocates, and other stakeholders in an effort to end gender-based violence.  The Center’s initiatives focus on advancing access to justice and the international rule of law, with an emphasis on defending the human rights of women and girls.  For more information, please visit the Avon Global Center for Women & Justice website at


    This fellowship offers varied experience in the areas of international human rights and gender justice, including legal research, clinical teaching, and project management.  In addition to working with the Center team, the Fellow will interact with students, faculty, judges, and advocates from diverse countries, cultures, and backgrounds.  Cornell Law School provides an intellectually engaging work atmosphere, located in the beautiful Finger Lakes region of New York State.


    Fellow responsibilities will include:

    - researching and drafting memoranda in response to requests by judges for legal research assistance;

    - conducting original research for Center-produced publications;

    - providing support for and supervising students undertaking projects through the Global Gender Justice Clinic, a law school clinical course;

    - assisting with planning and managing Center programs, events, and outreach initiatives, including the annual Women & Justice Conference; 

    - acting as content editor and strategist for Center publicity, including website and social media networks; and

    - furthering the development of the Center's online legal resources collection, including research and analysis of case law from the US and other countries, as well as scholarly articles and reports.​




    - J.D. or LL.M.

    - Strong research, writing, and editing skills

    - Exceptional organizational skills and attention to detail

    - Ability to manage a diverse range of projects and initiatives

    - Demonstrates interest in international human rights, comparative law, and/or gender justice issues

    At least two years of relevant professional work experience preferred.  Experience in international legal research and in website and/or database management is helpful.

    Start date:  August 2014.

    Salary and health benefits and access to university facilities.

    Application deadline: May 1, 2014.  As applications will be considered on a rolling basis, early application is strongly encouraged.

    To apply: Applicants should email a cover letter discussing their interest and qualifications, resume, law school transcript, writing sample (maximum length 10 pages), and contact information for three references to Karla Creech, Program Assistant (  

    Cornell University is an innovative Ivy League university and a great place to work. Our inclusive community of scholars, students and staff impart an uncommon sense of larger purpose and contribute creative ideas to further the university's mission of teaching, discovery and engagement. Located in Ithaca, NY, Cornell's far-flung global presence includes the medical college's campuses on the Upper East Side of Manhattan and Doha, Qatar, as well as the new Cornell Tech campus to be built on Roosevelt Island in the heart of New York City.

    Diversity and inclusion have been and continue to be a part of our heritage. Cornell University is a recognized EEO/AA employer and educator.

  • 16 Apr 2014 2:37 PM | Maritza Karmely (Administrator)

    Oklahoma City University School of Law seeks applications for a clinical professor who will serve as legal director for the Oklahoma Innocence Clinic.  The Clinical Professor/Legal Director manages a caseload and teaches the classroom, skills, and field work components of the education program provided for law students in the Oklahoma Innocence Clinic at Oklahoma City University School of Law.  The Clinical Professor/Legal Director is responsible for working with the Innocence Network regarding case referrals, Network activities, and assistance. 

    The pedagogical experiences of clinic students will be expected to include screening and investigating claims of actual innocence, preparing plans for post-conviction case development and legal strategies for pursuing such claims, and representing prison inmates in Oklahoma who have provable claims of actual innocence.  Clinic students will receive instruction and gain experience in fact investigation; building a case file; communicating effectively with clients, witnesses, opposing counsel, and law enforcement and court personnel; professional collaboration; and recognizing and resolving questions of professional responsibility. 

    Most of the clinic’s litigation will be performed in post-conviction proceedings.  The Clinic will consider all cases where a viable claim of actual innocence can be pursued. These include DNA cases and non-DNA cases.  (Requests for assistance from inmates subject to capital sentences will be referred to the appropriate state or federal organization available to handle such matters.)

    This is a non-tenure track faculty position.  The position will be on a renewable, multi-year contract.  The starting date is June 1, 2014, or as soon thereafter as the successful candidate is available. 


    The ideal candidate will have:

    ·         A J.D. degree and an outstanding record of academic and professional achievement.

    ·         A commitment to the goals of reducing and rectifying wrongful convictions of innocent people.

    ·         The experience and commitment required to lead and grow an innocence clinic that has been in operation since 2011.

    ·         One of the following:  (1) a minimum of five years full-time experience litigating post-conviction or innocence cases plus extensive experience supervising lawyers or student law clerks; (2) a minimum of five years clinical teaching experience in criminal law with some post-conviction experience; or (3) a combination of (1) and (2).

    ·         Experience and relationships within the national or international innocence community.

    ·         Experience managing the caseload of a busy law office.

    ·         The ability to engage in effective clinical teaching both in the classroom and in direct supervision of students.

    ·         The ability to manage an active caseload of innocence cases.

    ·         The ability to engage in policy reform work related to the goals of reducing the frequency of wrongful convictions.

    ·         The ability to raise awareness of the Clinic and its work throughout Oklahoma and beyond.

    ·         A willingness and ability to assist in identifying and obtaining permanent sources of funding for the Clinic, including experience with grant-writing.

    ·         Membership in the Oklahoma Bar.  If the successful candidate is not a member of the Oklahoma Bar, it is expected that he or she will seek admission through the most expeditious means available, which may be reciprocity, the bar exam, or the limited licensure available in Oklahoma for clinical teachers.

    About Oklahoma City University

    Founded in 1904, Oklahoma City University is an independent university affiliated with the United Methodist Church. The university is characterized by an intellectually challenging and vibrant student-centered learning community committed to preparing students to become effective leaders in service to others. With an enrollment of approximately 3600 students and low faculty-student ratio of 1:14, classes are small and students have many opportunities for close associations with faculty and staff in the classroom and beyond. Faculty and students are partners in a learning process that focuses on creating effective communicators who respect diversity, possess critical thinking skills and cultural and aesthetic awareness, and are prepared to be responsible and ethical leaders in their communities.

    U.S. News and World Report has ranked Oklahoma City University in the top tier of western region master level universities since 1999 and has included Oklahoma City University in the Great Schools, Great Values rankings since 2006.

    Employee Benefits

    The position includes an excellent benefit package including: tuition remission for spouses and children pursuing a degree at Oklahoma City University and over 500 other participating private institutions, health insurance, long term disability, life insurance, family membership to fitness center, TIAA-CREF retirement plan.

    Review of applications will begin immediately.  The position will remain open until filled. 

    Letters of interest, accompanied by the sender’s C.V., should be sent to:

    Arthur G. LeFrancois

    Chair, Faculty Appointments Committee

    Oklahoma City University School of Law

    2501 N. Blackwelder

    Oklahoma City, OK 73106-1607

    Oklahoma City University is an equal opportunity employer and affirms the values and goals of diversity.

    Please apply online at:

  • 09 Apr 2014 9:24 AM | Maritza Karmely (Administrator)

    Greater Hartford Legal Aid seeks a Litigation and Advocacy Director

    Greater Hartford Legal Aid (GHLA) seeks a Litigation and Advocacy Director (LAD) to support all aspects of GHLA’s advocacy and mission “to achieve equal justice for poor people, to work with clients to promote social justice, and to address the effects and root causes of poverty.”  For more than fifty years, GHLA attorneys have offered families in poverty advice in individual legal matters, and representation in Connecticut and federal courts and administrative tribunals.   GHLA is a fiscally sound, administratively strong agency supported by a dedicated staff, management team and Board of Directors.  GHLA has twenty-one attorneys and thirty-three total staff.  The broad base of funding that supports GHLA’s $ 4.5 million budget does not include Legal Services Corporation funding.

    Qualifications of the Next Litigation and Advocacy Director:

    ·         Commitment to GHLA’s Mission

    • ·         Barred in Connecticut, or eligible for timely admission to practice
    • ·         Minimum of 10 years legal practice experience preferred

    ·         Highly skilled and effective lawyer

    ·         Experience as lead counsel in complex state litigation

    ·         Experience as lead counsel in complex federal litigation highly preferred

    ·         Significant experience leading an advocacy effort other than litigation

    ·         Superior oral, written communication, editing skills

    ·         Excellent administrative and organizational skills

    ·         Management or administrative experience involving supervision of staff

    ·         Personal attributes including:

    o   dedication to high moral and ethical standards,

    o   the ability to engender confidence and trust,

    o   a management style that inspires and encourages professional growth in others,

    o   a strong work ethic and commitment to working as a team,

    o   the ability to work effectively with diverse groups and individuals,

    o   a sense of humor, sound judgment, and overall excellent “people skills.”

    ·         Commitment to a flexible, comprehensive view of representation on behalf of low income people that values both individual and systemic advocacy

    ·         Ability to identify and respond to shifting trends in legal practice and policies affecting the poor

    High Priority Roles and Responsibilities for the Next Litigation and Advocacy Director:

    The LAD provides information, technical assistance, co-advocacy, supervision, training, and strategic support to staff on litigation, systemic and legislative advocacy, outreach and engagement with the community, media advocacy, and emerging legal advocacy approaches. 

    Roles and Responsibilities (continued):

    ·         Supports, teaches and models effective advocacy and emerging legal advocacy approaches in state and federal courts, administrative proceedings, legislative and other policy forums, and the community. 

    ·         Generates critical thinking among staff in pursuit of GHLA’s mission.

    ·         Acts as a catalyst for the identification of systemic issues that affect GHLA’s clients and the development of strategic litigation and/or advocacy strategies to address them, with a focus on GHLA priority areas.

    ·         Coordinates, supports, and participates in major or complex litigation.

    ·         Develops tools and guidelines that facilitate efficient and effective litigation.

    ·         In collaboration with Management Team and staff, is responsible for promoting staff professional development, identifying content areas, developing and conducting regular staff training.

    ·         Works with the Managing Attorneys to monitor caseloads and legal work of attorneys to insure proper balance between direct service to individual clients and advocacy involving systemic issues that benefit the larger client population.

    ·         Assists staff to remain current on procedural and substantive law as well as policy and research issues regarding GHLA priority areas and broader issues affecting the client community, and to identify and facilitate connections across units/substantive areas.

    ·         Acts as a resource on the Rules of Professional Responsibility and the Code of Ethics.

    ·         Works effectively with the leadership and staff of the legal services network to coordinate state-wide litigation and advocacy efforts.  

    ·         Establishes and maintains strong working relationships with community organizations, local bar associations, judges, social service agencies, funding sources, public officials, the media, and other individuals or groups related to the provision of legal services to the poor.

    ·           As a member of the Management Team assists in all aspects of management responsibilities.

    Greater Hartford Legal Aid achieves high expectations through annual individual staff work plans driven by strategic objectives and feasible workloads.

    CONFIDENTIAL Application Process:

    To encourage all interested and highly qualified applicants to apply, the hiring process will be confidential.  Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.  In order to receive full consideration, however, candidates are urged to submit their materials by April 15, 2014.

    Interested candidates should submit a letter expressing in detail your interest in the position of Litigation and Advocacy Director of GHLA, and what you believe you can contribute to the future of GHLA and its client community.  The letter should be accompanied by a current resume, and two writing samples. Materials should be emailed to in Microsoft Word. 

    Highly qualified candidates with questions about the position or process are encouraged to contact Executive Director Jamey Bell at 860-541-5048. 

    Equal opportunity and affirmative action employer.  Excellent salary and benefits.

    About Greater Hartford Legal Aid:

    Mission:           To achieve equal justice for poor people, to work with clients to promote social justice, and to address the effects and root causes of poverty.

    Incorporated in 1958, GHLA attorneys represent clients in individual legal matters, litigate important impact and class action cases, and pursue strategies that effectively solve systemic legal problems.  GHLA’s work is guided by Principles of Advocacy that call for high quality, accessible representation that meets critical needs, along with advocacy that “achieves long term benefits for the low-income community.”  Throughout GHLA’s history its approach has been collaborative and flexible, identifying emerging issues while building new partnerships and identifying innovative strategies.  GHLA staff and attorneys work side by side with community social services, and provide extensive legal technical assistance and support to local advocates and agencies.  GHLA is a national leader on family violence and poverty issues.  In collaboration with the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence, it directs the Building Comprehensive Solutions to Domestic Violence Initiative (  Its priorities include helping workers move toward economic stability, protecting victims of family violence, preserving benefits for those who cannot work, preventing homelessness and preserving affordable housing, increasing educational opportunities for children, and improving the health and safety of clients who are elderly or living with HIV. 

                Over the past 50 years, our lawyers have also brought or co-counseled cases that have achieved significant systemic results for the low-income community.  These include:

    • ·           Carc v. Thorne closed an institution that warehoused people with developmental disabilities, and established homes for them in the community
    • ·           Pitt v. Hartford Housing Authority provided housing choices for dislocated tenants;
    • ·           Raymond v. Rowland required the State to accommodate people with disabilities who seek certain government services 
    • ·           Rabin v. Wilson-Coker ensured that tens of thousands of working adults continued to receive transitional Medicaid benefits
    • ·           Carr v. Wilson-Cokersuccessfully challenged the inadequate access to dental services for Medicaid recipients and led to significant improvements in low-income children’s access to dental health care 
    • ·           Pham v. Starkowski  sought to enjoin the termination of the State Medical Assistance for Non-Citizens (SMANC) Program
    • ·           Briggs v. Bremby  is a federal court class action filed on behalf of impoverished persons experiencing lengthy delays in receiving food stamps

                GHLA is a key partner in the Connecticut legal services network, which shares technology and actively collaborates to effectively advocate on statewide systemic issues and improve access to justice for those living in poverty.  GHLA has diverse private and public financial support from local, state, and national funders and through the well-established Greater Hartford Legal Aid Foundation.   GHLA benefits from the leadership and guidance of distinguished members of the Bar and the community who serve on the Board of Directors.  A program that began over 50 years ago as a one lawyer office in the basement of City Hall has grown to a full-service law firm, persistent and effective in its mission.

  • 08 Apr 2014 9:15 AM | Maritza Karmely (Administrator)



    Available July 1, 2014

    The UCLA School of Law is seeking a highly energetic, experienced individual to manage and teach in a range of UCLA externship and field placements under the general direction of the Assistant Dean of Clinical Education, Experiential Learning, and Public Service. The Director will have primary responsibility for ensuring that students receive a high-quality educational experience in the field and strong supervision by UCLA Law faculty in the wide array of experiential learning opportunities UCLA students enjoy: the full-time agency and judicial programs, the part-time externship program where students work in various public interest, government agency, in-house counsel and judicial settings in the Los Angeles area, and the UCDC Law Program where students work as externs in congressional offices, regulatory agencies and other government and nonprofit placements in the nation’s capital.

    The Director will also manage and teach a one-semester, one-unit first-year course, entitled “Introduction to the Lawyer-Client Relationship,” which is currently under development. The course includes both a classroom component and limited field placements. The Director, along with a program administrator, will develop and manage relationships with legal services providers who will partner with the law school to provide required field placements for this course.

    The Director will also take the lead in advising students on complying with new experiential learning admission requirements for the California State Bar and will assist in developing appropriate Law School responses to the proposed experiential learning requirements in the ABA standards.

    Minimum requirements include an excellent academic record; a J.D. from an ABA accredited law school, admission to practice in California, established relationships with local public interest legal service providers or professional organizations, and demonstrated management, administrative and organizational skills. Also desirable is prior successful teaching experience.

    The level of appointment will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. This is a full-time, academic, non-tenure track position. This appointment is subject to the rules and regulations of the Regents of the University of California, which are mostly embodied in The UCLA CALL and University of California Academic Personnel Manual. (See; and

    Confidential review of applications, nominations and expressions of interest will begin immediately and continue until an appointment is made. To ensure full consideration, applications should be received by Monday, April 28, 2014 but will be considered thereafter until the position is filled.

    Please apply online at by submitting a cover letter, resume, and the names and addresses of at least three professional references to the attention of:

    Edna Sasis

    Office of the Dean

    UCLA School of Law

    Box 951476

    Los Angeles, CA 90095-1476

    The University of California is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer, and seeks candidates committed to the highest standards of scholarship and professional activities and to a campus climate that supports equality and diversity.

  • 07 Apr 2014 4:30 PM | Maritza Karmely (Administrator)

    Temporary Faculty

    College of Law

    Open for Recruitment:  March 13, 2014 - April 7, 2014
    Announcement #:  10004057391
    Salary Range:  TBD
    Full or Part Time:  Full Time
    Shift:  Academic Year
    Location:  Moscow

    Note: This announcement is being extended through April 7, 2014. Those who have already applied will still be considered and need not reapply.

    THE UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO COLLEGE OF LAW seeks to fill a temporary faculty position for summer of 2014 and continuing for the 2014-15 academic year (beginning May 19, 2014 or as soon thereafter as possible).

    This is a temporary, full-time, non-tenure track, faculty position teaching Immigration Law and supervising our Immigration Clinic.

    The College of Law has a strong integrated clinical program with six full time faculty. Applicants must have a J.D. from an ABA accredited law school or the equivalent with a distinguished academic record and post J.D. practice, clerking and/or teaching experience.

    Applicants must be a member of a bar in good standing and must be eligible for admission to the Idaho Bar as a supervising attorney. Applicants must also be eligible and in good standing to practice law in the federal courts and before administrative agencies in the area of Immigration Law.

    To receive “first” consideration, please submit all application materials by March 31, 2014. Following initial review of “first consideration” applicant pool, job posting may remain open until position is filled.

    The University of Idaho has an institution-wide commitment to diversity, human rights, multiculturalism and community. It expresses that commitment by actively recruiting and retaining a diverse workforce and student body, and by building and sustaining a welcoming supportive campus environment.

    The University of Idaho provides outstanding leadership opportunities for people interested in promoting and enhancing diversity, nurturing creativity and building community. More information about the College of Law is available at

    Must:  Applicants who are selected as final possible candidates must be able to pass a criminal background check.*

  • 25 Mar 2014 10:09 AM | Maritza Karmely (Administrator)

    Columbia Law School invites applications for its new Columbia Human Rights Clinical Teaching Fellowship. The incumbent will hold the title of Postdoctoral Research Scholar.  The incumbent will also have the opportunity to teach the Human Rights Clinic as a Lecturer in Law, which will be a separate appointment, provided they receive faculty approval.  The two-year fellowship will begin in the summer of 2014, with a negotiable start date.

    The incumbent will work in the Columbia Human Rights Institute and in the Human Rights Clinic.  The Fellow will work closely with the Human Rights Clinic Director, as well as with Human Rights Institute directors and staff on clinical projects, research projects, syllabus development, teaching, and the general work of the Institute (e.g. research, scholarship, advocacy, events, workshops, conferences).  Fellows will be provided extensive professional, teaching, practice, and scholarship mentoring.  During the fellowship, the Fellow will undertake increasing responsibility for designing and leading clinic projects; clinical teaching; and scholarly output.  Clinic projects address a wide range of civil, political, economic, social, cultural, and environmental issues, and include investigations, public and private advocacy, media work, and the use of judicial and non-judicial mechanisms.

    The Columbia Human Rights Clinic exposes students to the practice and constructive critique of human rights.  The Clinic’s intensive critical seminar, which examines the actors, subjects, and tools of the human rights movement, is combined with specially tailored exercises and simulations to teach core lawyering and advocacy skills.  Students work on active human rights cases, and participate in exercises and discussions to foster the development of interviewing techniques, fact-finding skills, project management, legal drafting, oral and written advocacy, collaborative project work, strategy development, and project evaluation.  Working with experienced advocates and institutions engaged in social justice advocacy, both in the United States and abroad, students contribute to effecting positive change locally and globally as they hone their professional skills.

    The Human Rights Institute sits at the heart of human rights teaching, practice and scholarship at Columbia Law School. Founded in 1998 by the late Professor Louis Henkin, the Institute draws on the Law School’s deep human rights tradition to support and influence human rights practice in the United States and throughout the world.  HRI’s current work addresses numerous issues, including counterterrorism and human rights, human rights in the United States, and human rights and the global economy. 

    Selection Criteria. Preference will be given to candidates who demonstrate the following: (a) a deep commitment to rigorous, pragmatic, creative, and self-reflective social justice and human rights work and pedagogy; (b) interest and ability in challenging existing norms and methods in the human rights field, and an interest in pursuing new interdisciplinary research; (c) experience, initiative, and ability to undertake independent research; (d) substantive legal and practical knowledge across multiple human rights issues; and (e) knowledge of the wide range of tactics and tools employed in the human rights field, and commitment to the strategic use of these to challenge existing injustices and hierarchies, including within the human rights field itself.  

    Applicants from any country are encouraged to apply.  Special consideration will be given to those who intend to pursue human rights practice and teaching after the Fellowship.  Applicants must have a law degree (JD, LLB, LLM, BCL, licence en droit, or licenciado en derecho, etc. will be considered), and have 2 to 5 years of relevant experience.  Second language abilities are preferred. The position may require international travel.    

    Selection Process.  Applicants should send: (a) a letter of interest, describing the applicant’s qualifications and interest in the position, including indication of the applicant’s primary areas of interest and any projects the applicant would propose to develop in the first year of their fellowship; (b) a curriculum vitae; (c) a law school transcript; (d) two writing samples: one, scholarly, and the second, related to human rights practice (each of no more than ten pages); (e) two letters of recommendation, and the names of no more than three additional references. 

    In order to apply for this position, please go to the following website:                                                             

    Applicants selected for interviews will be contacted. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis until the position is filled, but are strongly encouraged to apply by April 4, 2014

     Competitive salary and benefits.

    Columbia University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer


    Preference will be given to candidates who demonstrate the following: (a) a deep commitment to rigorous, pragmatic, creative, and self-reflective social justice and human rights work and pedagogy; (b) interest and ability in challenging existing norms and methods in the human rights field, and an interest in pursuing new interdisciplinary research; (c) experience, initiative, and ability to undertake independent research; (d) substantive legal and practical knowledge across multiple human rights issues; and (e) knowledge of the wide range of tactics and tools employed in the human rights field, and commitment to the strategic use of these to challenge existing injustices and hierarchies, including within the human rights field itself.  


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