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

    Harvard Law School Food Law and Policy Clinic
    Clinical Fellow

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


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

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

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

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

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

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

    To apply:; Requisition #35181BR

  • 28 Mar 2015 12:32 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    THE UNIVERSITY OF BALTIMORE SCHOOL OF LAW is looking to hire a visiting professor to teach in its Family Law Clinic beginning in the 2015-2016 academic year.  We invite applications from candidates who have experience in clinical teaching, and it is preferred, but not required, that candidates be licensed to practice law in Maryland. The position will remain open until filled, but applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible to receive full consideration.  In keeping with its commitment to a diverse faculty, the School of Law welcomes applications from all qualified candidates and encourages women and minorities to apply.  Contact (e-mail preferred):  Fred B. Brown, Chair, Faculty Appointments Committee, University of Baltimore School of Law, 1420 North Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21201-5779,

  • 21 Mar 2015 10:21 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    UC Davis School of Law is hiring a Director of Externships.  The position is posted here 

  • 19 Mar 2015 3:16 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)
    Northwestern University School of Law invites applications for a clinical assistant professor position beginning in the 2015-2016 academic year in the Bluhm Legal Clinic’s Roderick and Solange MacArthur Justice Center. We seek applicants for this faculty position with distinguished academic records; a strong, demonstrated commitment to practicing in the area of civil rights and working on criminal justice policy issues; and one to two years’ experience in a judicial clerkship or other entry level position.

    The Roderick and Solange MacArthur Justice Center is focused on the litigation of complex civil rights cases and other advocacy projects relating to the improvement of the Illinois criminal justice system.   The work of the Center varies as its docket of cases changes and evolves.  Currently, the Center is litigating cases relating to prison reform, parole practices, and transparency in public government.  The Center also has cases involving the use of torture by police officers under the command of Jon Burge to extract confessions, as well as cases in which wrongfully accused persons are suing police for damages for the consequences of the false charges.   

    The Bluhm Legal Clinic currently includes clinical faculty teaching in its Roderick and Solagne MacArthur Justice Center, Children and Family Justice Center, The Center on Wrongful Convictions, The Center on International Human Rights, the Entrepreneurship Law Center, and other clinical programs that include appellate advocacy, criminal defense, civil litigation (predatory lending cases, civil suits arising from wrongful convictions, an landlord tenant cases), externship, negotiations and trial advocacy.

    Northwestern University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer of all protected classes including veterans and individuals with disabilities. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to work in the United States.

    Applications must be submitted by May 1, 2015. Please send your curriculum vitae and cover letter to Brianne Williams at
  • 18 Mar 2015 6:02 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    Duquesne University School of Law invites applications for the position of Assistant Clinical Professor, Supervising Attorney. The successful candidate will be appointed to a 12-month, renewable, 405(c), non-tenure-track, assistant clinical professor position.  The successful candidate will create, direct, and teach two law school clinics, one in the day and one in the evening. Both clinics must be eligible for IOLTA funding (see

    Minimum requirements include a J.D. degree and admission to the practice of law in Pennsylvania.  Ideal candidates will have clinical teaching experience. The selected candidate must have excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal skills, strong organizational skills, and the ability to work with a wide range of constituents. The position will begin in August 2015.

    Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest and a curriculum vitae to  We especially encourage applications from racial minorities, women, and others who would enrich the diversity of our academic community.

    Motivated by its Catholic and Spiritan identity, Duquesne values equality of opportunity both as an educational institution and as an employer.  Duquesne University is committed to attracting, retaining, and developing a diverse faculty that reflects contemporary society, serves our academic mission, and enriches our campus community.  As a charter member of the Ohio, Western PA, and West Virginia Higher Education Recruitment Consortium (HERC), we encourage applications from members of underrepresented groups and support dual-career couples.

    Founded in 1878 by its sponsoring religious community, the Congregation of the Holy Spirit, Duquesne University is Catholic in mission and ecumenical in spirit.  Its Mission Statement commits the University to “serving God by serving students—through commitment to excellence in liberal and professional education, through profound concern for moral and spiritual values, through the maintenance of an ecumenical atmosphere open to diversity, and through service to the Church, the community, the nation, and the world.”  Applicants for this position should describe how they might support and contribute to this mission.

    The position will stay open until filled; however, the application period will close no later than March 31, 2015.

  • 18 Mar 2015 5:56 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)
    The University of Florida Levin College of Law seeks applicants for a Lecturer position to teach courses in which the skills of interviewing, counseling, negotiation, mediation, and mediation advocacy are taught.  This is a nine-month, non-tenured faculty position, which offers the opportunity for the award of long-term contracts. Applications must be submitted online.  Go to, requisition number 0907671.  A cover letter, resume, transcript(s) and three references must be included with your online application. ​  

  • 18 Mar 2015 5:39 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    St. Mary's University School of Law invites applications for the position of Director of the Immigration & Human Rights Clinic.  This is a full-time position starting in August 2015.  The law school anticipates the position will be offered as an initial one-year contract followed by five-year presumptively renewable contracts thereafter, but is flexible depending on the candidates and law school's needs.

    The Immigration & Human Rights Clinic (IHRC) is part of a comprehensive clinical education program at the St. Mary's University School of Law Center for Legal & Social Justice.  Since 1994, the IHRC has provided students with opportunities to learn the practice of law through representation of clients defensively in removal proceedings before the San Antonio, Texas, Immigration Court and affirmatively in applications for relief.  IHRC clients include refugees, victims of domestic violence and crimes, and unaccompanied children.  St. Mary's University School of Law is located in San Antonio, at the center of a large and diverse immigrant population and developing issues in immigration and nationality law, including advocacy projects and litigation to advance the rights of immigrants and refugees.

    Candidates must hold a and an active license to practice law in a U.S. jurisdiction.  Candidates must also be fluent in Spanish and should have practice experience in immigration and nationality law, a strong academic record and writing ability, and a commitment to public interest law.  

    The Director of the Immigration and Human Rights Clinic must also have a commitment to leadership in a Catholic and Marianist institution, which fosters quality education in a family spirit; to pursue service, justice and peace and prepare for adaptation and change, while encouraging each person in their own way in their formation in faith. 

    St. Mary's is the oldest Catholic university in the Southwest, and continues to advocate the Marianist mission of academic excellence and servant leadership. Founded in 1852 by the Society of Mary (Marianists), St. Mary's is a comprehensive Catholic and Marianist university with a strong tradition of integrating liberal arts with professional studies. St. Mary's enrolls approximately 4,000 students in a diverse university with five schools, more than 40 academic programs including Ph.D. and J.D. programs, and numerous pre-professional programs.

    Applications can be found at  Along with the employment application please submit (1) letter of application addressing interest in position, (2) curriculum vita, (3) official graduate transcript confirming the Juris Doctor degree, (4) a list of three references. For further inquiries, please contact Professor Mark Cochran, Chair, Faculty Appointments Committee at  Review of applications will begin on February 24, 2015 until the appointment is made. 

    Any offer of employment will be contingent upon successful completion of a background check.  St Mary's University is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

  • 15 Mar 2015 9:25 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    Job Announcement: Long Term Contract Faculty Position at UC Hastings College of Law

    The University of California Hastings College of the Law is recruiting for a teaching/supervising faculty position. This is a Long Term Contract Faculty position with an initial three-year contract period beginning July 1, 2015. Salary is commensurate with law school teaching experience.

    The successful applicant's teaching responsibilities will include acting as Director for the Startup Legal Garage program. In this program, students do corporate and intellectual property work for early stage Tech and BioTech companies, supervised for free by outside law firms. The students bring redacted versions of the deals they are working on into the accompanying doctrinal classroom, to give life to the legal cases they are studying. The Startup Legal Garage has been named one of the most innovative law school programs in the country.

    This Director of the Startup Legal Garage will work with the Director of the Institute for Innovation Law and will have year-round responsibility for managing a program that, as part of doctrinal courses, creates and oversees dozens of fieldwork projects each semester. Each project is comprised of two to three students, a supervising attorney from a leading law firm, and an early-stage tech or biotech company. The Director is responsible for managing relationships with students, practicing attorneys and members of the startup community as well as helping to develop the day-to-day activities of the Startup Legal Garage curricular program.

    Experience in at least one major law firm and with start-ups and entrepreneurships is required, along with superb communication and organizational skills. A JD degree and bar admission are required. Experience in or aptitude for law teaching and student supervision, relevant legal practice experience, and subject matter expertise will be central considerations in the selection process.

    Long Term Contract Faculty are considered faculty and are involved in institutional governance including serving on faculty committees. Successful candidates will have demonstrated excellence in teaching and in supportive, mentoring supervision, have meaningful hands-on lawyering experience from which they can articulate lessons and approaches, and have demonstrated a commitment to public and professional service.

    To apply, please submit a cover letter, CV, and references to Katey Mason at by April 3, 2015. Please address any questions to the chair of the LTCF appointments committee, Prof. Ascanio Piomelli, at UC Hastings is an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourages candidates from diverse backgrounds to apply.

  • 15 Mar 2015 9:19 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    Job Announcement: Long Term Contract Faculty Position at UC Hastings College of Law

    The University of California Hastings College of the Law is recruiting for a teaching/supervising clinical faculty position. This is a Long Term Contract Faculty position with an initial three-year contract period beginning July 1, 2015. Salary is commensurate with law school teaching experience.

    The successful applicant's teaching responsibilities will involve teaching and supervising students in the Individual Representation Clinic (IR), the Lawyers for America (LfA) program, and other externships. The IR Clinic is an in-house litigation-based clinic serving low-income clients in wage and hour employment cases, unemployment insurance appeals, social security disability administrative hearings, in-home supportive services appeals, and other practice areas at the discretion of the faculty teaching in this clinic. All cases within IR have the potential to expose the students to the full-range of client representation skills in a litigation context, including client interviewing and counseling, factual investigation, legal research, legal drafting, and hearing and trial preparation. LfA offers UC Hastings students a full-year externship in an approved governmental or non-profit law office, followed by one year of post-graduate employment in the same placement. Responsibilities for LfA include curricular counseling, teaching a seminar, and supervising LfA students’ third-year externship placements.

    Under the general direction of the Associate Dean for Experiential Learning and the Provost and Academic Dean, the Long Term Contract Faculty has both classroom teaching and student casework supervision responsibilities. Typical duties consist of, but are not necessarily limited to: collaborating with co-teachers in the development and revisions of a syllabus for the accompanying seminar; preparing teaching, substantive legal training, and case-related materials; screening and selecting cases; leading and facilitating twice-weekly seminar sessions; as well as teaching, supervising, and mentoring students in all aspects of legal practice. Areas of focus include the role responsibilities and ethical obligations of lawyers, applicable law in relevant fields of practice, training and intensive supervision in the lawyering skills mentioned above, in addition to the skill of introspective reflection on practice experience. The Long Term Contract Faculty also assumes direct responsibility for representing clients when students are not available, serves as coordinating or lead counsel on long-term projects, and is responsible for developing and managing the client caseload, planning the educational curriculum, and operating the on-site clinical office.

    Experience in or aptitude for clinical law teaching and student supervision, relevant legal practice experience, and subject matter expertise will be central considerations in the selection process. Relevant subject matter expertise can include employment/wage and hour law, public benefits, and poverty law. Familiarity with local non-profit and governmental law offices and the ability to effectively work with supervising attorneys in these offices to ensure a meaningful externship experience for students is a plus.

    The position requires membership in the California State Bar. Long Term Contract Faculty are considered faculty and are involved in institutional governance including serving on faculty committees. Successful candidates will have demonstrated excellence in clinical teaching and in supportive, mentoring supervision, have at least five years of meaningful hands-on lawyering experience from which they can articulate lessons and approaches, and have demonstrated a commitment to public and professional service.

    To apply, please submit a cover letter, CV, and references to Katey Mason at by April 3, 2015. Please address any questions to the chair of the LTCF appointments committee, Prof. Ascanio Piomelli, at UC Hastings is an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourages candidates from diverse backgrounds to apply.

  • 15 Mar 2015 8:55 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    Royal Institute of Law Project Office (Thimphu, Bhutan) -Law School Clinical Expert
    The Royal Institute of Law Project Office (RILPO), Thimphu, Bhutan, is an initiative of His Majesty the King of Bhutan to establish the first law school in the Kingdom of Bhutan. As the law school places a high priority on preparing its graduates to be “practice ready,” the draft curriculum and mission of the law school places a significant emphasis on making significant “live‐client” clinical and other curricular and extra‐curricular experiential opportunities available to its students.

    The Project Office seeks an Expert to spend two years in residence, researching access to justice requirements and recommending and establishing one or more legal clinics and associated experiential learning opportunities for the law school. Expected start date for this position is July 1, 2015. Upon the opening of the law school in Summer 2017, RILPO hopes that the successful candidate will continue as a full‐time faculty member, running the clinic(s) and experiential educational programs for the law school. However, as noted below, the present position is funded only through Summer 2017; terms and conditions of engagement after that date will be a matter of negotiation between the law school and the Expert.

    Responsibilities: The Expert will be responsible for:
    (1) Conducting such evaluative research as may be necessary to determine what clinic(s) the law school might establish in order to best serve the access to justice needs of Bhutan and the pedagogical needs of the law school;
    (2) Working with key stakeholders inside and outside the project office ‐‐ including officials from the judiciary, the civil service (including the Education Ministry and other relevant agencies), civil society, and the private sector – to determine what role(s) clinical law students and faculty might play in the Bhutanese legal order;
    (3) Proposing such regulatory and procedural changes as might be necessary to permit the active and meaningful participation of clinical students and faculty in the Bhutanese legal system;
    (4) Drawing upon existing and in‐progress research (access to which will be provided by the project office) into education and access to justice in Bhutan to inform his or her programmatic recommendations;
    (5) Drawing upon international and local best practices, proposing practices and procedures for the clinic which are suitable in the Bhutanese context;
    (6) Reviewing the proposed LL.B. curriculum and advising the law school policy makers on any revisions that might be made to improve the experiential education of law students;
    (7) With the assistance of the project office staff, preparing a detailed proposal for the establishment of one or more law clinics;
    (8) Proposing other experiential legal education avenues (including but not limited to externships, intramural and interscholastic moot courts, volunteer opportunities, and law review) and drafting procedures and policies for same;
    (9) Consulting with the appropriate project office and (eventually) law school staff to ensure that adequate library, research, and physical facilities are available to support the clinic and other experiential education programs;
    (10)Draft course descriptions and frameworks for all clinical and experiential courses;
    (11)Reporting regularly to the Dean‐designate of the law school on all of the above and related matters; and
    (12)Performing other related duties as assigned by the Dean‐designate or as may be required to support the above activities.
    The Expert will report at first to the Director of the RILPO. Once the Dean of the law school is appointed, the Expert will report directly to the Dean.
    Duration: This is a two‐year appointment, with salary and benefits funded by a grant from the Austrian Development Agency and the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation under a bilateral agreement with the Royal Government of Bhutan. The ideal candidate will also strongly consider remaining with the law school upon its opening to administer the clinic and supervise implementation of experiential learning opportunities.

    Duty Station and Travel Requirements: The Expert will be expected to relocate to Thimphu, Bhutan. The Expert will be at first primarily based in Thimphu, at the Project Office of the Royal Institute of Law; once construction of the law school campus in Paro is completed, the Expert may be required to relocate to the campus. In‐country travel, to assess the access to justice needs of Bhutan and to meet and consult with key stakeholders in the judiciary, government, and civil society, is expected. Some excountry travel (for example, to attend regional and international conferences) may also be desirable.

    Basic/Minimum Requirements: Applicants must hold a first law degree (LL.B. or J.D. degree or its equivalent) at the time of application, as well as at least five years’ experience in legal practice, education, or related fields.

    Preferred Qualifications: For countries in which the law degree is an undergraduate (LL.B.) degree, a second law degree (LL.M. or its equivalent); previous professional or academic experience in law clinic administration and legal education; published research on law or policy; demonstrated administrative ability; experience in legal education or legal practice in developing countries.

    Salary and Terms: Per the terms of the available grant, base pay is Euros 65,000 per year, for two years; airfare for one international round trip home is also included, as well as limited funds for in‐country and ex‐country travel and office expenses. Additional operating expenses will be made available from the Project Office as part of the ordinary annual budgeting process of the project office.

    About Bhutan: Located in the eastern Himalayas between India and China, the Kingdom of Bhutan is an independent state with a population of about 700,000. Best known for the concept of “Gross National Happiness,” (an alternative measure of national development), Bhutan is a developing country with a significantly rural (and increasingly young) population. In 2008, Bhutan completed the peaceful transition from a monarchy to a constitutional monarchy, with the adoption of the country’s first constitution. Since that time, Bhutan has held its first two general parliamentary elections, established an independent Supreme Court, and adopted a number of related legislative and institutional reforms. Bhutan has a highly educated and dedicated judiciary but a very small private professional legal sector. To date, all prospective legal professionals have been sent abroad (usually to India) for legal education. The establishment of the law school is intended to promote legal education in subjects that reflect Bhutanese national needs and priorities, culture, and values. In this regard, the leadership of the law school has committed the law school to the twin aims of environmental law and sustainable development, and more generally to the pillars of Gross National Happiness. The primary language of instruction will be English, although all students will receive a thorough grounding in professional Dzongkha, the official language of Bhutan (and the operating language in the courts).

    Deadline and Further Questions: The deadline for applications is 15 April 2015. Applicants should submit a current CV and a cover letter of not more than four pages describing their interest in the position. The documents should be in Adobe Acrobat (PDF) or Microsoft Word (DOC or DOCX) format.

    Applications should be submitted to Michael Peil, RIPLO consultant, at If you have questions about the position, please contact Michael Peil, RILPO consultant, at

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