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  • 21 Nov 2016 9:23 AM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    Position Description

    As the Fellow in the Institute for Privacy Protection your duties would include:

    • Developing educational materials for businesses and consumers about privacy threats and relevant privacy rights and legal requirements. These materials may be part of online courses and/or live events.
    • Developing and coordinating an outreach and training project for youth, parents and teachers to educate them about privacy threats and appropriate online behavior. This project will include developing training materials, instructing law students and organizing the logistics of the outreach program in schools and other venues.
    • Organizing and executing the activities of the Institute. The position requires planning meetings, collaborating with colleagues at Seton Hall University and with community representatives, tracking and reporting on spending and activities, development of materials about the Institute, responding to calls and mail to the Institute, helping to organize conferences, and general administrative support and project management. 
    • Organizing inter-disciplinary forums in which leading experts from legal academia, legal practice, psychology, and engineering, as well as consumer and business representatives will participate to discuss novel privacy threats and potential solutions.
    • Developing additional programming, and providing administrative support for those programs, consistent with the Institute’s mission.

    The Fellow reports to the Director of the Institute for Privacy Protection.

    Position is full-time. Flexible hours are available. The position includes a competitive salary and compensation package.

    Job Qualifications

    Applicants must have (i) a Bachelor’s degree and; (ii) a J.D., LLM, other relevant Master’s or PhD degree, or at least three years of experience in the privacy field. We seek candidates with a strong academic record, excellent written and oral communication skills, and a commitment to education. Candidates must demonstrate an ability to be proactive and work independently. Strong organizational skills and the ability to perform and prioritize multiple tasks with excellent attention to detail are required. Experience in K-12 education or other youth programming is desirable.

    About the Institute

    The Institute for Privacy Protection, which was founded in 2016, operates under the leadership of Director and Professor Gaia Bernstein. The Institute seeks to educate consumers and businesses and to provide inter-disciplinary forums to address emerging privacy issues.

    The Institute is part of Seton Hall Law School, which is located in Newark, New Jersey. It is one block from Newark Penn Station (with trains and subway service to many parts of New Jersey and to New York City).

    Application

    Interested individuals are encouraged to apply at their earliest convenience. Review of applications will begin November 15, 2016, and will continue until the position is filled.

    To apply, please send a letter of interest, resume, list of three references, and a writing sample to the attention of Professor Gaia Bernstein at trang.nguyen@shu.edu.

    Seton Hall University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. It honors diversity and respects the religious commitments of all employees. In turn, its employees respect Catholic beliefs and values, and they support its mission as a Catholic institution of higher education.

  • 07 Nov 2016 10:35 AM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    Pepperdine University School of Law in Malibu, California, is conducting a search for Dean of the School of Law.  

    Please see further information at these pages: https://www.pepperdine.edu/about/administration/provost/sol-dean-search/sol-dean-search.htm


  • 07 Nov 2016 10:13 AM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    The Civil Rights section and Voting Rights Institute of the Institute for Public Representation (IPR) invites applications for the two-year graduate fellow/staff attorney position to start in August 2017.

    What is IPR?

    IPR is a public interest law firm and law school clinic founded by Georgetown University Law Center in 1971. IPR serves as counsel for groups and individuals who are unable to obtain effective legal representation on issues of broad public importance. IPR provides third-year law students an opportunity to develop a wide range of lawyering skills by working on real cases under the supervision of faculty members and fellows (also referred to as staff attorneys). IPR’s work is divided into three sections: civil rights, environmental law, and communications law and policy. Each section is directed by a faculty member with the assistance of graduate fellows.

    IPR’s Civil Rights Section

    The faculty member responsible for the civil rights section of IPR is Professor Aderson Francois. Professor Francois joined the faculty in fall 2016 after serving as director for the Civil Rights Clinic at Howard University School of Law.

    IPR’s civil rights section operates as a public interest law firm, representing individual clients and other public interest organizations, primarily in the areas of discrimination and constitutional rights, workplace fairness, and open government.

    Beginning fall of 2016, the civil rights section partnered with the Campaign Legal Center and the American Constitution Society to launch a Voting Rights Institute, which engages in trial and appellate litigation to ensure equal access to voting rights.

    Students who join the clinic will interview clients, develop case theories, draft and file complaints in state and federal courts, conduct discovery, engage in motions practice, and prepare appeals. Students also file FOIA requests and analyze responsive documents, and work in coalition with other public interest organizations to develop impact cases.

    Recent projects include:

    • Litigating a complex federal Freedom of Information Act suit against the Department of Defense and the CIA on behalf of researchers seeking records on “enhanced interrogation” used in the War on Terror;
    • Litigating wage theft claims against private entities and government contractors on behalf of employees denied fair wages or overtime;
    • Litigating retaliation claims on behalf of employees terminated for asserting their rights under FLSA and DC Wage and Hour law;
    • Litigating voter suppression case in Georgia and felon disenfranchisement cases in Florida and Alabama;
    • Litigating on behalf of an individual whose employer improperly denied her the lactation breaks she was entitled to under state and federal law;
    • Litigating on behalf of an individual whose employer improperly denied her disability and pregnancy accommodations, discriminated against her on account of her national origin, and illegally assessed fees against her in connection with her resignation; 
    • Filing amicus briefs in two Supreme Court cases – one concerning issues of habeas corpus relief, the other concerning municipal standing under the Fair Housing Act; 
    • Preparing and arguing two appeals in federal court, one in the DC Circuit and one in the Fifth Circuit; and 
    For more detailed information about our work, applicants should review our annual reports.

    What do the Graduate Fellows/Staff Attorneys do?

    Fellows are responsible for day-to-day supervision of students and work closely with students on improving their lawyering skills, especially legal writing. In the civil rights section, the fellow has principal responsibility for about half of the docket and supervises all facets of the litigation. Much of the fellow’s time is spent guiding students in legal and factual research, reviewing student drafts, making suggestions for improvement, and preparing the students for oral presentations. In recent years, fellows have worked on all phases of litigation, including taking depositions, handling evidentiary hearings, and briefing cases before federal district courts, courts of appeals, and the U.S. Supreme Court. Fellows also play a key role in case development and in planning other IPR activities.

    Fellows participate in case rounds and assist in teaching seminars on litigation practice and substantive law. 

    Past fellows have emphasized that the IPR experience is unique in several respects:

    First, the fellows work on interesting, often cutting-edge litigation. In light of our broad agenda, we have leeway to develop cases that present unique educational opportunities for students and fellows and have a significant impact on the law.

    Second, fellows assume substantial responsibility and generally play a more important role in the decision making process than do their contemporaries in other types of law practice. They work on a variety of cases in different stages of the litigation process and gain a broad understanding of how litigation works, from interviewing a potential client through appealing to the Supreme Court. Fellows also work closely with other IPR fellows and other public interest organizations, meeting other lawyers involved in public interest law and seeing how their organizations function.

    Third, fellows work closely with a full-time faculty member who has substantial litigation experience and expertise. As part of the Georgetown Law community, fellows are encouraged to attend seminars, workshops, and programs both on and off campus.

    Georgetown provides substantial support and guidance for fellows interested in pursuing academic scholarship or careers.

    What qualifications are we looking for?

    Typically, IPR fellows have had substantial experience as practicing lawyers. On occasion, we have hired recent law school graduates or graduates just completing a judicial clerkship. We are looking for applicants who demonstrate

    • a commitment to public interest law 
    • excellent writing and communication skills
    • an interest in clinical legal education
    • experience or strong interest in litigation

    Fellows must be admitted to the District of Columbia Bar or take immediate steps to apply for membership (through examination or reciprocity) after being accepted for the position.

    Pay and other benefits

    The annual stipend for the position will be approximately $53,500, plus an opportunity to participate in group health insurance and other benefits, including unlimited free access to a state-of-the-art, on-site fitness center. The fellowship will start in August 2017 and end in August 2019. Fellows are awarded an L.L.M. in Advocacy at the completion of the fellowship. Fellows are considered full-time students and may qualify for deferment of student loans.

    How to apply

    Applicants should submit

    • a résumé 
    • a law school transcript
    • a list of references, including contact information
    • a recent legal writing sample of any length that represents the applicant’s most challenging legal work (The writing sample should not be collaborative work or a piece significantly edited by someone else.)
    • a brief statement (no longer than one page, single-spaced) explaining the applicant’s interest in the position

    Send your application materials in a PDF file attached to an email to IPR-Civil Rights Clinic Office Manager, Maia Tucker, at mdt36@georgetown.edu

    We will consider applications until December 20, 2016. Although IPR will not pay candidates’ travel expenses, we will try to arrange interviews at a time convenient for the candidate.

  • 25 Oct 2016 11:48 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    The East Bay Community Law Center (EBCLC) seeks an individual to direct the clinical teaching program for its community-based clinic run in affiliation with U.C. Berkeley School of Law. EBCLC is a non-profit legal service provider with a long-term relationship to Berkeley Law, and serves as the law school’s oldest and largest clinical legal education program. The Clinical Director will hold a lecturer appointment with Berkeley Law and be employed by EBCLC to run the clinical program, splitting time between the two institutions. The Clinical Director will work under the supervision of the Executive Director and closely with the Berkeley Law EBCLC Faculty Director to provide excellent clinical training and teaching for law students. This position is for a two-year commitment.

    EBCLC is a non-profit organization founded in 1988 to provide high quality legal services to low-income clients and educational opportunities for law students and community volunteers. EBCLC approaches its work in a multimodal, collaborative and holistic manner to provide meaningful client services, impactful and grounded policy advocacy, and far-reaching training for tomorrow’s lawyers and leaders. EBCLC is currently the largest provider of free legal services for low-income residents in the East Bay, with a staff of 45 and an annual roster of 150 law student interns providing services to over 5,000 clients each year. For more information about EBCLC, please see our website: www.ebclc.org

    Primary Responsibilities

    • Teach (or co-teach) the Community Law Seminar – Work with the Executive Director (or other EBCLC staff) to design and teach the weekly clinic companion course; develop new modes of clinical teaching by supervising students at EBCLC in cases or projects as appropriate; and develop advanced clinical courses.

    • Conduct Intern Recruitment and Training – Work with the Interim Faculty Director, Executive Director (or other EBCLC staff), recruiting and training law students from Berkeley Law for the academic year and the summer session. Recruitment may require participation in Berkeley Law public interest career events, distribution of job descriptions, and correspondence with applicants.

    • Act as Liaison to EBCLC’s Board of Directors – Participate in Executive Committee and Board meetings; present on clinical program; participate in committees as appropriate.

    • Convene the Student Steering Committee of the Board – Work with the committee to plan EBCLC events and improve student participation in the clinic and on the board.

    • Mentor Supervision Staff – Convene monthly supervisor meetings to discuss clinic-wide issues and to facilitate professional development trainings that relate to clinical education.

    • Participate in Berkeley Law Experiential Education Leadership – Participate in all Berkeley Law in-house clinical program and experiential education faculty/staff meetings.
    • Participate in EBCLC’s program management team, participation in office-wide strategic planning and leadership, working with the Executive Director, the Director of Finance and Administration, the Director of Development, and the other EBCLC Practice Directors to sustain and develop clinical programs and services.
    • Participate in Faculty deliberations and events – Attend and participate in all faculty meetings to which lecturers are able to attend.
    • Participate in regional and national clinical organizations – Attend and participate in experiential legal education conferences and facilitate EBCLC staff participation.
    • Clinical Supervision – Supervise clinical students as determined by EBCLC’s needs and as appropriate.

    Minimum Qualifications

    • Membership in a state bar association, preferably the California State Bar.
    • Demonstrated experience in providing legal services to people experiencing the economic, social and racial inequities associated with living in poverty.
    • At least five years’ experience supervising law students, preferably in a community-based legal clinic program like EBCLC, with excellent legal supervision and teaching skills and knowledge of clinical pedagogy.
    • Flexibility and an ability to work effectively with a diverse range of people.

    Salary

    This is a full-time regular salaried position; non-profit salary commensurate with experience; generous benefits package including 100% employer-funded medical, dental, and vision plans and paid time off.

    Application Procedure

    Submit applications by email to jobs@ebclc.org (include "Clinical Director" in subject line). Applications should include a brief cover letter, CV/resume, and names/contact information for at least three professional references. Applications are due no later than November 25th.

    EBCLC is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer, committed to providing an inclusive, welcoming and culturally responsive environment for all members of our staff, clients, volunteers, subcontractors, and vendors. EBCLC does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, military status, or prior contact with the criminal justice system. We strongly encourage applications from candidates from traditionally underrepresented communities. 

  • 25 Oct 2016 10:36 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    Fordham Law is seeking to hire a Senior Director to oversee its Entrepreneurial Law Program and supervise an innovative new Entrepreneurial Law Clinic (ELC).

    In the past decade, New York City has become a significant national locus for entrepreneurship, with the scale of activity accelerating. Start-up companies in the region are capitalizing on the city’s concentration of finance, professional services, media, entertainment, and fashion, as well as a burgeoning “maker” community, among other sectors. Social entrepreneurship as well as entrepreneurship in low-income communities are also important parts of the burgeoning New York ecosystem.

    In recognition of this growing trend, Fordham Law School has built a focused entrepreneurial law curriculum, leveraging the school’s core strengths in business, corporate, and finance, as well as intellectual property, information law, and technology. The curriculum now includes courses on representing start-up companies, the law of venture capital, and IP transactions in later-stage companies, among others. At the same time, the Law School has been developing a larger program focused on entrepreneurship, with an alumni Entrepreneurial Law Advisory Committee, a popular student Entrepreneurial Law Society, and public programming under the auspices of the school’s Corporate Law Center. The Law School’s entrepreneurial law program is part of a university-wide interdisciplinary effort that includes Fordham’s Gabelli School of Business, Fordham’s Urban Studies Program, and others.

    The Law School now seeks to significantly elevate this effortand fill an important curricular needthrough the hiring of a Senior Director.

    The primary responsibility of the Senior Director will be to help establish and teach the ELC, supervising students in providing pro bono legal services to early-stage start-up companies. The specific legal questions any given client could present might range from issues of corporate law to IP and licensing, to tax and employment, as well as finance. Matters could include entity formation, drafting shareholder and operating agreements, negotiating investment or loan agreements, advising on how to structure internal compensation structures for founders, drafting vendor or services agreements, and many other basic legal needs for start-up companies. Representing a mix of traditional start-ups as well as social enterprises, ELC students will be exposed to individual transactional questions and the role of in-house counsel dealing with a range of legal issues that interrelate with business objectives and the attendant representational and ethical concerns those intertwined issues raise.

    Additionally, the ELC can provide an opportunity for interdisciplinary education, potentially drawing on graduate students from Fordham’s Gabelli School of Business to help clients develop business plans, conduct market research, explore financing options, establish basic accounting structures, and bring their expertise to bear in other ways. Working with the Senior Director, the ELC will also be designed to draw on a network of cooperating attorneys to provide additional mentoring and specialized advice to the ELC and its clients.

    The ELC will be housed in Lincoln Square Legal Services, Inc. (LSLS), Fordham’s in-house law firm. LSLS has a staff of fourteen attorneys and a number of other professionals working across ten practice areas that include community economic development, consumer protection, civil rights, criminal defense, family advocacy, federal tax, immigrant rights, intellectual property and information law, legislative and policy advocacy, and securities law. ELC will find synergies across a number of the firm’s other practice areas.

    Beyond clinical supervision, the Senior Director will also work to extend the Law School’s visibility and impact among entrepreneurs and the larger Fordham community. Helping to build the entrepreneurial law program will include forging partnerships with incubators, accelerators, venture capital firms, and others working in New York’s entrepreneurial ecosystem. In addition, the Senior Director will help develop public programming on entrepreneurship and the law, work with the student Entrepreneurial Law Society, and take other steps to elevate this important part of Fordham’s mission. In short, the Senior Director will need to be both an educator of entrepreneurship in action and an entrepreneur themselves to unlock the potential of this growing program.

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

    Qualifications:

    • JD or equivalent degree;
    • Five years of demonstrated experience working with start-up companies or related experience at the intersection of legal practice and entrepreneurship; and
    • Excellent organizational and communication skills.

    Salary will be commensurate with experience.

    Please send a cover letter and resume to Darin Neely, Assistant Dean, Office of Administration, Fordham University School of Law, dneely@law.fordham.edu. Please, no calls. For questions about the position, please contact Nestor Davidson, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Fordham University School of Law, ndavidson@law.fordham.edu.

    Fordham University is committed to excellence through diversity and welcomes candidates of all backgrounds. Fordham Law School is an Equal Opportunity employer. 

  • 25 Oct 2016 10:26 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    Duke University School of Law seeks a transactional attorney to supervise students and direct activities in the Law School’s Start-Up Ventures Clinic or Community Enterprise Clinic. We will consider candidates who seek a full-time position as a Visiting Clinical Professor, Clinical Professor, or Professor of the Practice and who are willing to actively engage in the Law School’s broader programs in law and entrepreneurship, social entrepreneurship, and community development law. Qualified applicants may be individuals currently teaching in a transactional clinic or practicing attorneys with relevant subject matter expertise. 

    In addition to supervising students and directing various programs within our transactional clinics, the faculty member will have the opportunity to pursue other interests, such as non-clinical teaching in Duke Law’s business law curriculum and/or related research. The precise contours of the position will be tailored to the strengths and interests of the successful applicant and formalized with his or her input. In addition to a strong record of or demonstrated potential for clinical teaching, the ideal candidate will offer:

    1. Broad-based substantive legal experience in the areas of entrepreneurship, intellectual property, community economic development law, and social enterprise;
    2. A deep commitment to access to justice that is consistent with the ethos of the Duke Law clinics, as well as a creativity to deploy business/transactional law skills toward this end;
    3. Excellent teaching and mentoring skills; and
    4. The ability and willingness to build connections with both a campus and a local community that have adopted the promotion of entrepreneurship and social entrepreneurship as priorities.


    All applicants must either be members of the North Carolina Bar or be eligible for admission and willing to become a member. Duke University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. Persons of color and women are strongly encouraged to apply. 

    Interested applicants should submit a letter of interest and résumé via email to Kristin Triebel at kristin.triebel@law.duke.edu.

    All applications must be received no later than midnight on Thursday, December 15, 2016.

  • 25 Oct 2016 10:19 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    Vermont Law School is recruiting outstanding candidates to head up our award winning Environmental and Natural Resources Law Clinic.  The ENRLC forms a key component of the environmental education we offer our students.  The program functions as a public interest environmental law firm and gives students the opportunity to hone their skills in real-world cases and projects.  The ENRLC is organized into four main program areas - Water and Justice, Coal and Climate, Healthy Communities, and Biodiversity - and we retain the flexibility to take on cases and projects outside these areas as well.  The clinic's work includes a mix of litigation, administrative agency proceedings, client counseling, and other forms of environmental advocacy.  Our clients are community groups and conservation organizations, and we partner with a wide variety of organizations at the local, regional, and national level. The position description is posted here: https://vermontlaw.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp?JOBID=77966.

  • 25 Oct 2016 9:35 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    The University of Dayton School of Law is accepting applications for two Assistant Professors of Academic Success. The Academic Success Program at the School of Law is designed to help students develop the skills necessary for law school success and first- time bar passage. The Academic Success Program impacts every stage of the academic program, providing support to students from orientation until graduation. The Assistant Professor of Academic Success position is non-tenure track with an initial one-year appointment. There is a possibility for renewal long-term (three or five-year) appointments after three years of satisfactory service. The Assistant Professor of Academic Success will be charged with teaching academic success courses, advising students on issues related to their coursework and professional development, supervising and evaluating the Learning Communities program and upper-class Dean’s Fellows, and participating in the greater academic success professional community.

    Applicants must have a J.D. from an ABA-accredited law school and excellent written communication skills. They must also have passed a bar examination and been admitted to practice law in a U.S. state

    We prefer candidates with:

    • An outstanding academic record,
    • Successful and recent experience in legal education or law teaching, particularly in designing and teaching academic success courses or those related to legal reasoning,critical reading, exam-writing and bar examination preparation;
    • Experience providing effective academic advising and professional development counseling for students;
    • Recent successful experience developing and administering structured intervention and counseling programs for at-risk students;
    • Successful experience developing course materials and supervising and evaluating others’ teaching, especially that of graduate or law students;
    • Recent successful program administration, including delivering and assessing all aspects of a program, especially if the experience relates to academic support or bar examination preparation;
    • Excellent oral communication skills, including effective presentation skills; 
    • Previous participation in the larger community for academic success professionals, including attending or presenting at conferences or other endeavors to support professional development;
    • Effective interpersonal skills with various constituencies, including the ability to work collaboratively with colleagues;
    • Experience mentoring and working with students from diverse backgrounds;
    • Demonstrated commitment to socially and culturally diverse communities; and,
    • Expressed willingness to engage with Catholic and Marianist educational values.
    Applications will be accepted until November 18, 2016. To be considered as a candidate for this position, you must apply online at: http://jobs.udayton.edu/postings/21430 Cover letter and CV should be submitted electronically on the website at the time of application. The cover letter should address the applicant’s ability to meet the minimum and preferred qualifications. For more information about the School of Law or the Academic Support Program, please visit our website at http://www.udayton.edu/law or contact the chair of the hiring committee, Professor Susan Wawrose, University of Dayton School of Law, 300 College Park, Dayton, Ohio 45469-2772.

    The University of Dayton, founded in 1850 by the Society of Mary, is a top ten Catholic research university. The University seeks outstanding, diverse faculty and staff who value its mission and share its commitment to academic excellence in teaching, research and artistic creativity, the development of the whole person, and leadership and service in the local and global community. To attain its Catholic and Marianist mission, the University is committed to the principles of diversity, inclusion and affirmative action and to equal opportunity policies and practices. As an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer, we will not discriminate against minorities, females, protected veterans, individuals with disabilities, or on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity. 

  • 25 Oct 2016 9:02 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    The UCLA School of Law is seeking a highly energetic individual with significant legal practice experience and clinical teaching experience to serve as the inaugural Director of our new Veterans Legal Services Clinical Program, which will begin operations on the West Los Angeles Veterans Administration Campus in mid-2017. 

    The Director will have the opportunity to develop, lead, and teach in what we envision will be the School of Law’s signature clinic.  The Director will teach the in-house Veterans Benefits Clinic in fall 2017 while developing other clinical courses, experiential learning projects, and student pro bono activities involving the legal representation of veterans in a variety of substantive areas of need.

    The Director will supervise a staff attorney and a paralegal on site at the V.A. Campus, coordinate programs with other UCLA clinical faculty and staff, and meaningfully engage with veterans’ communities on UCLA campus, in Los Angeles, and nationally.

    The Director will develop teaching approaches and materials that ensure students receive high-quality educational experiences when working in for-credit clinics or providing pro bono legal services.  The Director will also have responsibility for managing the budget for the Program, hiring and managing support staff, including a staff attorney and a paralegal, and for managing the office.  As needed, the Director will act as a case manager for veterans related legal programs, serving as the attorney of record, and managing selected cases, including at those times when the Law School is not in session. 

    The Director will work under the direction of the Law School’s Assistant Dean of Clinical Education, Experiential Learning, and Public Service.  In addition to developing and managing the Veterans Legal Services Clinic, the Director might also be asked to assist with other parts of the School of Law’s experiential curriculum. 

    Minimum requirements include an excellent academic record; a J.D. from an ABA-accredited law school, admission to the California Bar or willingness to sit for the California Bar, significant legal practice experience, and demonstrated management, administrative and organizational skills.  Experience teaching in a law school clinical setting is strongly preferred.  Practice experience representing veterans is also preferred but not required.  The level of appointment will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.  This is a full-time, year-round, 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 the University of California Academic Personnel Manual.  (See https://www.apo.ucla.edu/policies/the-call; and http://www.ucop.edu/acadpersonnel/apm/welcome.html.)

    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 Friday, December 16, 2016 but will be considered thereafter until the position is filled.  Please apply online at https://recruit.apo.ucla.edu/apply/JPF02665 by submitting a cover letter, resume, and the names and addresses of at least three professional references. 

    The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age or protected veteran status.  For the complete University of California nondiscrimination and affirmative action policy see: UC Nondiscrimination & Affirmative Action Policy (http://policy.ucop.edu/doc/4000376/NondiscrimAffirmAct).

  • 12 Oct 2016 3:31 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    Rutgers Law School seeks candidates with a demonstrated commitment to social justice, as reflected in their scholarship and research, for tenured-faculty positions in its Newark location. Candidates should have a record of excellence in legal scholarship, teaching, and institutional service. Experience in legal practice, policy advocacy, or other forms of applied research related to social justice is also a plus. The Law School values faculty diversity and strongly encourages candidates from traditionally underrepresented backgrounds to apply.

    This hiring initiative is funded by the Rutgers University-Newark (RU-N) Chancellor to enhance the university's strategic plan of fostering interdisciplinary collaboration and engagement across RU-N's academic departments and to promote RU-N's role as an anchor institution that leverages its scholarly expertise and civic interest to advance opportunity in and around the greater Newark metropolitan area. Thus, candidates ideally should have an interest in participating in cross-disciplinary initiatives within RU-N, in partnering with communities and organizations outside the university, and/or in advancing opportunity in and around the greater Newark metropolitan area.

    Interested candidates should send a CV and a list of references by November 1, 2016 to the attention of Mary Anne Moore, mmoore@kinoy.rutgers.edu

    About Rutgers Law School: Rutgers Law School—with locations in Newark and Camden—offers a world-class faculty; a curriculum of exceptional breadth and depth in theory, practice, and interdisciplinary studies; a geographic presence that spans one of the nation's 10 largest legal markets (New Jersey) while also offering immediate access to two of the five largest markets (New York City and Philadelphia); an alumni network with over 20,000 members; and a strong tradition of diversity and social impact. As the law school for a top public university, Rutgers Law School is committed to the highest standards of teaching, scholarship, and service to its host communities, the state of New Jersey, and the nation.

    As a department of Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, Rutgers Law School is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, creed, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, disability status, genetic information, protected veteran status, military service or any other category protected by law. As an institution, we value diversity of background and opinion, and prohibit discrimination or harassment on the basis of any legally protected class in the areas of hiring, recruitment, promotion, transfer, demotion, training, compensation, pay, fringe benefits, layoff, termination or any other terms and conditions of employment.

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