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  • 23 Sep 2011 6:20 PM | Anonymous

    Howard University School of Law seeks candidates for a tenure-track or tenured faculty position whose primary responsibility would be to serve as the supervisor of its Housing Clinic. Candidates must have a J.D. or equivalent degree, a record of high academic achievement, and demonstrated promise for excellence in teaching and scholarly productivity. The successful candidate also will have a civil rights background and a demonstrated interest in fair housing. Experience in housing litigation is a plus. The Housing Clinic supervisor will also be expected to teach doctrinal courses, with subjects dependent upon the law school’s curricular needs and the candidate’s area of scholarly interest.

    Please email your letter of interest and resume with references to Professor Josephine Ross at jross@law.howard.edu by October 7, 2011 if you intend to participate in the AALS Hiring Conference in Washington, D.C. However, if you currently work in the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan area, if you do not intent to participate in the Hiring Conference, and if you're available to interview at the Howard University School of Law, please submit the aforementioned documents to Professor Ross not later than October 15, 2011.

  • 19 Sep 2011 11:01 PM | Anonymous

    The University of Nebraska College of Law invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position to direct its Entrepreneurship Clinic. The Director will be involved in the design of this new clinic and will be the supervisor of third-year law students. The clinic will work with clients from the University, Lincoln, and greater Nebraska communities who need assistance with the basic legal needs of start-up businesses. The Director may also have the opportunity to teach a separate course on entrepreneurship, venture capital, or related subjects.

    Although the Director will be responsible for developing many of the details and design of the clinic, the current faculty envisions the clinic as a way to offer an experiential learning environment to law students interested in transactional law. Students would learn valuable skills while representing clients under the auspices of the clinic. These skills include drafting, negotiation, communicating with clients, improving and incorporating financial literacy into legal transactions, business planning, protecting intellectual property, and exercising professional responsibility.

    The College of Law has identified several pipelines of appropriate clients for the clinic. These include University-related start-up companies as well as first-time entrepreneurs who need basic legal advice before launching a company. There is significant interest in the clinic from institutions that could provide a substantial number of clients, including Invest Nebraska, the Engler Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Program at the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, and the Jeffrey S. Raikes School of Computer Science and Management. The Director would be expected to actively promote the clinic with these and other institutions both within and outside the University to provide a sufficient client base to match the pedagogical goals of the clinic.

    Review of applications has begun and will continue until the position is filled. General information about the Law College is available at http://law.unl.edu/. The University of Nebraska has an active National Science Foundation ADVANCE gender equity program, and is committed to a pluralistic campus community through affirmative action, equal opportunity, work-life balance, and dual careers. Contact Professor Richard Moberly, Chair, Faculty Appointments Committee, University of Nebraska College of Law, Lincoln, NE 68583-0902, or send an email to lawappointments@unl.edu.

  • 19 Sep 2011 10:53 PM | Anonymous

    The Georgetown Law Center is offering 14 Clinical Graduate Teaching Fellowships to new and experienced attorneys for the 2012-2014 academic years.  Each two-year fellowship is associated with one of the Law Center’s clinical programs, and each program varies in purpose, requirements, and duties.  They are listed below.  All of the clinical fellowships, however, share a common goal: to provide highly motivated lawyers the chance to develop skills as teachers and legal advocates within an exciting and supportive educational environment.   Fellows directly supervise J.D. students enrolled in the clinics, assist in teaching clinic seminars, and perform work on their own cases or other legal matters. Fellowships will begin in the summer od 2012, with an intensive orientation designed to introduce fellows to clinical teaching methods. Upon completing the requirements for graduation, fellows are awarded the degree of Master of Laws (Advocacy).  Graduates of Georgetown’s clinical fellowship program have gone on to prestigious positions in law teaching and public interest law settings.

    Teaching fellows receive an annual stipend of approximately $53,000 (taxable), health and dental benefits, and all tuition and fees in the LL.M. program. As full-time students, teaching fellows usually qualify for deferment of their student loans. In addition, teaching fellows may be eligible for loan repayment assistance from their law schools.

    To learn more about a particular clinic, please view our Clinics Brochure. (  PDF)

    Clinic Fellowship application deadlines for each clinic are listed below.  To apply for a fellowship, please go to the website for that clinic, and follow the application process described by the clinic.   Each clinic makes its own hiring decisions. 

    With the exception of fellows in the Center for Applied Legal Studies and the Street Law Clinic, all fellows must be members of the D.C. bar. Fellowship applicants who are admitted to a bar elsewhere must apply to waive into the D.C. bar upon accepting their fellowship offer. The Law Center will reimburse the expense of waiving into the D.C. bar incurred by those fellows who have already taken the bar exam elsewhere prior to accepting their fellowship offer.

    Questions? Please contact us.

  • 19 Sep 2011 10:47 PM | Anonymous

    We are seeking to fill a tenured or tenure-track position for the Director of our Community Development Clinic (CDC). The CDC is an entrepreneurial clinic that provides legal assistance to non-profit and community-based local businesses. Candidates must possess a J.D. from an ABA-accredited law school, must be a member in good standing of a state’s bar, must demonstrate a record of outstanding achievement in law practice, law teaching, and/or a related field of study, and must demonstrate potential for excellence as a teacher and scholar.

    UMass School of Law – Dartmouth has a robust clinical legal education program. The CDC, which has been operating since 2006, is one of two in-house clinics (the other is our Immigration Law Clinic). Additionally, we have two placement clinics in various legal services offices (one a Tribal Court Clinic), as well as a healthy Field Placement Program that uses experienced practitioners, including a program that operates in The Hague and engages in international human rights work. The law faculty has demonstrated its support for clinical legal education by requiring that our students take at least 6 practice-oriented credits while matriculating. In addition, the faculty is actively engaged in incorporating the principles of Best Practices into our legal education program. Also, furthering the Law School’s mission to prepare our students to practice law in a competent and ethical manner and to serve their communities while doing so, each of our students must provide at least 30 hours of pro bono legal assistance to graduate.

    UMass School of Law – Dartmouth is in the process of applying to the American Bar Association for provisional approval and a Site Team from the ABA Section on Legal Education and Admission to the Bar will visit the law school this fall.

    The CDC provides our evening and weekend students experiential learning opportunities; this position will require night and weekend office hours and/or classes.

    The successful candidate will have a minimum of 3 years of experience practicing law, with substantial experience in the area of non-profit organizations and small, community-based businesses; the ability and willingness to teach business organizations and other doctrinal courses; experience teaching or participating in clinical legal education; successful experience supervising students and/or others learning to practice law in the area of non-profit and/or business law; excellent communication, interpersonal, and collaborative skills; and a demonstrated interest in scholarly activities. Although the successful candidate will teach the CDC course and supervise students, as well as teach a second course, the Faculty Appointments Committee is seeking a candidate who demonstrates a range of interests in the field of clinical legal education that could, over time, extend beyond the CDC.

    The Faculty Appointments Committee will be attending the AALS Recruitment Conference to meet with candidates, and requests that interested candidates submit a letter of application and a current resume to:

    Professor Irene Scharf, Chair: Faculty Appointments Committee (ischarf@umassd.edu), University of Massachusetts School of Law – Dartmouth, 333 Faunce Corner Road, North Dartmouth, Massachusetts 02747 and refer to Position Number 27680.

    The review of applications will begin immediately and the committee will continue to consider applications until the position is filled. Candidates from the local area may be able to schedule screening interviews with the Faculty Appointments Committee shortly after the conclusion of the AALS Recruitment Conference. If you would prefer us to try to accommodate that preference, please indicate it in your letter of application.

    The University of Massachusetts School of Law – Dartmouth is an EEO-AA Employer.

  • 15 Sep 2011 9:56 PM | Anonymous

    Suffolk University School of Law seeks to hire a Practitioner in Residence  to design and implement an Intellectual Property Clinic.  The IP Law Clinic position is designed to augment our clinical offerings and complement our IP Law Concentration. Last year, Suffolk’s IP program was nationally ranked as one of the leading programs of its type in the country. Additionally, graduates of the Concentration who work in virtually all Boston area law firms that engage in IP work can provide a source of support for the clinic. We seek to add excellent guided student practice opportunities to Suffolk’s substantial IP course offerings.

    The successful applicant, with guidance from both IP Professors and members of the Clinical Faculty, will design and implement a clinical education program focused on transactional IP issues which can include client counseling, business development, patent and trademark prosecution, copyright registration, IP due diligence, IP licensing and related activities. Program development will include identification and cultivation of recurring sources of clients with matters suitable for student representation. As one mission of the clinical programs at Suffolk is to model professional responsibility to serve the community’s unmet legal needs, a strong element of pro- or low-bono client service must be part of the program design.

    This is a one-year appointment. The opportunity to extend this appointment may be available. Must be a member in good standing of a state bar. Massachusetts permits attorneys who are licensed and in good standing in other states to represent indigent clients for up to 2 years without taking the Massachusetts bar. At least three years of IP transactional experience required. Teaching experience preferred but not required.

    To apply, visit this site.

     

  • 13 Sep 2011 12:31 PM | Anonymous

    Duke University's Law School and Kenan Institute for Ethics (KIE) seek to jointly appoint a clinical professor or professor of the practice (open with regard to tenure status and rank) in the field of international human rights law, policy, and institutions beginning in the Fall 2012.  The position advances the University's increasing global presence and emphasis on interdisciplinary scholarship.  The person appointed to the position will be expected to engage in teaching, research and outreach relating to international human rights law, ethics, and policy.

    The appointment offers a unique opportunity to develop curricular offerings in law, policy, and ethics, and to contribute to interdisciplinary scholarship in the context of a university that has deep faculty, student, and institutional engagement in human rights and international law.  The precise contours of the position, including resources and institutional support, will be tailored to the strengths and interests of the successful applicant.  In addition to a strong record of, or demonstrated potential for, clinical teaching, scholarship, and practical engagement in international human rights law and policy, the ideal candidate will have experience developing effective programs that leverage existing resources and integrate trans-university programs.

    Teaching obligations will include developing and supervising international experiential opportunities for Duke Law students and teaching in KIE's Ethics Certificate and Program on Civil and Global Ethics.  The position may also involve developing curricular offerings that blend professional students and undergraduates in vertically integrated teams.  The courses offered may include an international human rights clinic, one or more carefully structured externship courses, as well as one or more doctrinal courses that could either be integreated with the clinic and externship courses or be independent of them.  It is expected that the faculty member will be responsibile for teaching in both the Law and KIE programs and that the courses will, to the greatest extent possible, be open to students in both units of the university.

    Research and outreach activities will operate at the intersection of legal scholarship and liberal arts education and may include scholarship that captures pedagogy relating to practice.  We seek a faculty member who will critically examine topics such as expansive and limited conceptions of rights and who will engage proponents and critics of competing governance regimes.  Research outputs may include some or all of the following: books, articles, policy papers and reports, institutional consultations, conferences, and training for government officials, NGOs, and scholars.

    Duke University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.  Persons of color and women are encouraged to apply.

    Send a cover letter describing your interest in the position as well as an up-to-date curriculum vitae to: Professor Laurence R. Helfer, Chair, Lateral Appointments Committee, Duke University School of Law, Box 90360, Science Drive & Towerview Rd., Durham, NC 27707, USA.

    Applicants are sncouraged to submit their materials via email to Erin Daniel at daniel@law.duke.edu.

    All applications must be received no later than midnight on Monday October 31, 2011.

     

  • 12 Sep 2011 9:13 PM | Anonymous

    WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY IN ST. LOUIS SCHOOL OF LAW seeks candidates for unitary tenure-track entry-level positions in its Clinical Education Program.  We particularly welcome applicants for our criminal defense law clinic, but are also considering candidates with interests in immigration and community development law.  

    The Law School’s Clinical Education Program includes 15 distinct law clinics and externships, including programs based in Washington, D.C., New York City, and Europe.  We seek applicants with the promise to be outstanding clinical teachers and legal scholars.  The School values diversity and particularly encourages women and applicants of color to apply.  Washington University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.

    Contact:  Dean’s Office, Washington University in St. Louis School of Law, One Brookings Drive, Campus Box 1120, Saint Louis, MO 63130-4438 or by email to appointments@wulaw.wustl.edu.

  • 12 Sep 2011 8:51 AM | Anonymous

    Pace University School of Law seeks to fill one tenure-track faculty position for a law professor to teach and supervise a direct representation clinic, commencing in the 2012-2013 academic year.  At this time, the Law School is inclined to focus first on candidates whose experience would equip them for teaching and supervising student attorneys in one or more of our current clinical programs, see http:/www.pace.edu/school-of-law/ceneter-and-special-programs/clinics-0/john-jay-legal-services/clinics-1  However, applicants with different curricular interests will be considered.

    Pace is committed to achieving completely equal opportunity in all aspects of University life.  Applications are especially encouraged from people of color, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered individuals, individuals who are differently-abled, veterans of the armed forces or national service, and anyone whose background and experience will contribute to the diversity of our faculty.  Salaries and benefits, including domestic partner benefits, are commensurate with experience and performance.  At Pace, all full-time tenure-track faculty have the same responsibilities and opportunities in terms of instutional governance, administrative service, and security of position.  You are invited to review the relevant Faculty Regulations and Standards at http:/www.law.pace.edu/faculty/portal/promoandtenure.pdf

    Candidates should have demonstrated commitment to, or records of, scholarly achievement and should be interested in enriching both our curriculum and our academic community.  We are especially interested in candidates who can bring diverse viewpoints to the clinic and the classroom.  While entry-level candidates will be considered, the Law School is likely to prefer candidates who already have some significant clinical teaching experience.

    Pace University School of Law is located in White Plains, New York, in Westchester County, approximately twenty miles north of New York City.  Many of our faculty live in New York City, as well as in nearby suburbs. Pace's reputation and strong financial aid and scholarship program attract extremely talented students of diverse backgrounds from thirty-four states and more than fifteen countries. The Law School's primary commitment is to provide its students with the skills, knowledge, and values necessary to be effective and ethical lawyers as well as community leaders.

    To apply, please submit the following items to the address indicated below: 1) a resume, including references; and 2) a brief statement describing the priority teaching objectives that you envision for a six-credit/semester clinical program offering direct representation to individuals in need of free legal assistance.  Flee free to attach a sample syllabus.

    Susanna Della Ruffa, Assistant to the Chair, Faculty Appointments Committee, Pace University School of Law, 78 North Broadway, White Plaines, N.Y. 10603. email: sdellaruffa@law.pace.edu

    If materials are submitted by attachment, please provide full contact information in the body of the email.  If possible, please submit materials by regular mail as well, since formatting is often distorted when attachments are printed.

    For more information about Pace University School of Law, see www.law.pace.edu

    For a description of our Faculty Appointments Procedures, see www.pace.edu/school-of-law/appointments-procedures

    Further inquiries sould be addressed to:

    Professor Leslie Y. Garfield, Chair, Faculty Appointments Committee, Pace University School of Law, 78 North Broadway, White Plaines, N.Y. 10603, email: lgarfield@law.pace.edu

     

  • 08 Sep 2011 8:45 AM | Anonymous

    The University of Arkansas, Fayetteville School of Law seeks a programmatic tenured or tenure-track position in the legal clinic.  The legal clinic is an in-house, live client clinic which enables student attorneys to provide legal assistance to indigents, governmental agencies and charitable organizations.  The professors will teach traditional civil clinical classes but the position is also likely to involve administrative responsibilities.  The extent and nature of those duties will be determined by the credentials and experience of the candidate.

    Candidates for the clinical position should have a distinguished academic record and significant practice or equivalent experience.  Preferred qualifications include two or more years of experience as a clinical teacher.  Applicants must also be eligible to supervise students under Rule XV of the Arkansas Rules Governing Bar Admission.  Those rules require that the candidate either be, or become prior to the beginning of the appointment, a member of the Arkansas Bar.  In the alternative, a lawyer not admitted to practice in Arkansas may supervise students for up to one year, providing the lawyer is admitted to practice and is in good standing in another state, and has had at least five years of practice in another state.

    We also welcome applications from candidates interested in teaching first year and required courses, or other subjects depending on future needs.  We have a special interest in attracting applicants who are eager to integrate lawyering skills opportunities into their doctrinal courses and to develop related lawyering skills courses.

    Applicants should submit a letter of application indicating teaching and scholarly interests, and attach a current resume or curriculum vitae together with three professional references to Mary Beth Matthews, Appointments Committee Chair, WH 313 University of Arkansas School of Law, Fayetteville AR 72701.  Applications may also be submitted by email to mmatthew@uark.edu.

    The University of Arkansas is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Institution committed to achieving a culturally diverse facuty.  We encourage applications from all qualified candidates, especially individuals who contribute to the social, ethnic, and gender diversity of our faculty and academic community.  Applications will be accepted without regard to age, race, color, sex, sexual orientaiton or national origin.  Applicants must have proof of legal authority to work in the United States.

  • 08 Sep 2011 8:40 AM | Anonymous
    The University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth is seeking to fill a tenured or tenure-track position for the Director of our Community Development Clinic (CDC). The CDC is an entrepreneurial clinic that provides legal assistance to non-profit and community-based local businesses. Candidates must possess a J.D. from an ABA-accredited law school, must be a member in good standing of a state’s bar, must demonstrate a record of outstanding achievement in law practice, law teaching, and/or a related field of study, and must demonstrate potential for excellence as a teacher and scholar.

    UMass School of Law – Dartmouth has a robust clinical legal education program. The CDC, which has been operating since 2006, is one of two in-house clinics (the other is our Immigration Law Clinic). Additionally, we have two placement clinics in various legal services offices (one a Tribal Court Clinic), as well as a healthy Field Placement Program that uses experienced practitioners, including a program that operates in The Hague and engages in international human rights work. The law faculty has demonstrated its support for clinical legal education by requiring that our students take at least 6 practice-oriented credits while matriculating. In addition, the faculty is actively engaged in incorporating the principles of Best Practices into our legal education program. Also, furthering the Law School’s mission to prepare our students to practice law in a competent and ethical manner and to serve their communities while doing so, each of our students must provide at least 30 hours of pro bono legal assistance to graduate.

    UMass School of Law – Dartmouth is in the process of applying to the American Bar Association for provisional approval and a Site Team from the ABA Section on Legal Education and Admission to the Bar will visit the law school this fall.

    The CDC provides our evening and weekend students experiential learning opportunities; this position will require night and weekend office hours and/or classes.
    The successful candidate will have a minimum of 3 years of experience practicing law, with substantial experience in the area of non-profit organizations and small, community-based businesses; the ability and willingness to teach business organizations and other doctrinal courses; experience teaching or participating in clinical legal education; successful experience supervising students and/or others learning to practice law in the area of non-profit and/or business law; excellent communication, interpersonal, and collaborative skills; and a demonstrated interest in scholarly activities. Although the successful candidate will teach the CDC course and supervise students, as well as teach a second course, the Faculty Appointments Committee is seeking a candidate who demonstrates a range of interests in the field of clinical legal education that could, over time, extend beyond the CDC.


    The Faculty Appointments Committee will be attending the AALS Recruitment Conference to meet with candidates, and requests that interested candidates submit a letter of application and a current resume to:

    Annette Cain, Administrative Asst. I, University of Massachusetts School of Law – Dartmouth, 333 Faunce Corner Road, North Dartmouth, Massachusetts 02747 and refer to Position Number 27680.

    The review of applications will begin immediately and the committee will continue to consider applications until the position is filled. Candidates from the local area may be able to schedule screening interviews with the Faculty Appointments Committee shortly after the conclusion of the AALS Recruitment Conference. If you would prefer us to try to accommodate that preference, please indicate it in your letter of application.

    The University of Massachusetts School of Law – Dartmouth is an EEO-AA Employer.

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