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  • 19 May 2016 4:18 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    The Liman Public Interest Program at Yale Law School includes the Liman Professor, the Director, and in the last few years, a Senior Fellow in Residence, who joins the program for two years to work on a variety of projects, participate in teaching, supervise students, as well as do research and writing. The focus is on criminal justice and prisoners’ rights. This work reflects Arthur Liman’s commitments and his service as chief counsel to the New York State Special Commission on Attica Prison; President of the Legal Aid Society of New York and of the Neighborhood Defender Services of Harlem; Chair of the Legal Action Center in New York City; and Chair of the New York State Capital Defender’s Office.

    Since its inception in 1996, the Liman Program has grown — from one post-graduate law school fellow to now more than 8-12 annually, for a total of 115 Law School graduate Fellows including this year’s incoming group. In addition, the Liman Program helps to support summer Fellows at Barnard, Brown, Harvard, Princeton, Spelman, Stanford, and Yale. Many Liman Fellows – past and current – work on criminal justice, prisoners’ rights, immigration detention, juvenile justice, post-conviction remedies, and re-entry.

    At the Law School, the weekly Liman Workshop regularly addresses the issues of over-incarceration and the isolation of individuals while in detention. Annual colloquia often take up these questions. For example, in 2016, the Liman Colloquium, Moving Criminal Justice, brought together practitioners, lawmakers, prison administrators, academics, and students to consider how criminal justice reform agendas are formulated, gain currency, and result in changes in laws and practices that produce consequences are both generative and harmful. In the Liman Project, students and faculty work together on research and advocacy on specific issues. This year, our projects include how to reduce the degrees of isolation imposed on prisoners and how to enable women and men in the federal prison system to be closer to their homes and families. In such efforts, we often collaborate with other institutions and organizations, including the Association of State Correctional Administrators, the American Bar Association, and John Jay College of Criminal Justice.

    The Liman Senior Fellowship

    The Senior Fellow—an experienced practitioner interested in the intersection of law, practice, scholarship, and policy—works on the challenges of access to legal services and on issues of the criminal justice system from detention through incarceration, release, and reentry. The goals of the fellowship are:

    To expand the attention paid by the legal academy to detention and incarceration by convening workshops, seminars, colloquia, and by crafting projects with students;

    To provide a forum for exploration of criminal justice issues, access to legal services, and civil and human rights.

    The Liman Senior Fellow joins the Liman Professor and Director in teaching students and in developing ongoing and new projects and classes. The Senior Fellow also participates in the administration of the summer fellows program and in the drafting of the annual Liman Report. The Senior Fellow also plays a significant role in leading the weekly Liman Workshop, in planning other Liman activities, and in shaping the annual Liman Colloquium.

    The Fellow will have time for scholarship and research, as well as time to develop curriculum and, in conjunction with faculty, to supervise students. Opportunities to collaborate on clinical projects may be available, especially in the second year. The Senior Fellowship is a two-year, full-time position; the starting date is decided upon mutually. The salary is competitive for such fellowships and is based upon experience. For more information, please contact Johanna Kalb, Liman Director, at Johanna.Kalb@yale.edu.

  • 19 May 2016 3:56 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    Penn State Law is seeking applications for a Clinical Instructor/Supervising Attorney in the Family Law Clinic. The Clinic is an “in-house” clinic that functions as a small pro bono law firm representing low-income Pennsylvanians in a variety of family law matters, including divorce, custody, protection from abuse, child support and adoption. The Clinic is committed to providing legal representation to underserved communities, and conducts outreach and education efforts to achieve this end. Through direct legal services, public policy reform, community education and coalition building, the Family Law Clinic engages in various forms of advocacy to make the greatest impact on the community.

    Situated at Penn State’s flagship campus in University Park, Pennsylvania, the Family Law Clinic is an integral part of Penn State’s work as a land grant university serving rural Pennsylvanians while competing on a global scale with scholarship and public policy projects. Examples of Family Law Clinic cases and projects include campus sexual assault awareness and client representation, protective orders for victims of domestic violence, securing financial support and property for indigent clients in divorces, and asserting custodial rights for parents.

    The Clinical Instructor/Supervising Attorney (CI/SA) will work together with the Clinic Director to supervise clinic students’ work on client matters and policy projects; build and foster relationships with community organizations, government entities, and University partners; conduct community outreach and education efforts; plan simulation exercises and teach classes covering substantive areas of family law, basic lawyering skills and professional ethics. The CI/SA will also cover the Clinic docket and supervise student work on client matters in the absence of the Clinic Director. The CI/SA is responsible for working together with the Faculty Director to ensure the effective management of the Clinic. During periods of student absence, Clinical Instructors are entirely or partially responsible for direct case handling, including communication with clients, motions and trials. Some evening and occasional weekend hours will be required. The CI/SA will be integrated into the intellectual life of the law school and the larger University. Clinical instructors are invited to attend faculty workshops, at which works in progress will be presented, and to attend other scholarship sessions for faculty.

    In-depth knowledge of Pennsylvania family law and domestic violence required, with preference for those with experience in VAWA work and/or in certain other Clinic practice areas -- specifically, divorce economic relief, child custody and support, and campus sexual assault. Must have a desire to mentor, supervise and train law students in an “in-house” clinical program; a demonstrated passion for social justice and a commitment to working with low-income communities; excellent writing, communication and organizational skills; and the ability to work effectively within diverse stakeholder communities. Areas of expertise among current staff and candidates may influence selection criteria. Prior teaching experience is preferred.

    The successful candidate will display excellent written and oral communication skills, demonstrated knowledge and experience with a variety of lawyering and teaching methods and outstanding lawyering skills. We seek a candidate who is creative, curious and self-motivated with an ability to anticipate issues and follow-up independently; is an exceptional strategist who can thrive in a collaborative, collegial academic environment and enjoys thinking through complex legal issues; and exhibits professionalism, drive and tenacity.

    J.D., admission to Pennsylvania Bar or eligibility to become a member of the Pennsylvania Bar and minimum four years of family law practice experience with substantial trial work.

    This position is a fixed-term 1 position funded for one year from date of hire, with the possibility of renewal. Preferred start date is July 1, 2016.

    To apply, click here: https://psu.jobs/job/63646


  • 17 May 2016 3:21 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    Street Law Graduate Teaching Fellowships

    The Street Law program of Georgetown University Law Center is seeking applications for the Street Law Fellowship for the 2016-2018 academic year. The Street Law Fellowship is a two-year position for a JD graduate to assist in the instruction, supervision and administration of the Street Law Program, leading to an LL.M in Advocacy.

    Since 1972, the Street Law Program has provided law-related educational services in the District of Columbia public high schools, correctional facilities and other community centers. Street Law's purpose is to provide law-focused education to laypersons while also aiding in the professional development of the law students who teach the Street Law classes. The program seeks to provide a greater understanding of the law to those outside the legal profession and to promote the use of interactive educational methods to develop academic, critical thinking, and civic skills. See www.georgetownstreetlaw.com.

    The fellowship is an ideal position for someone interested in developing teaching, supervisory and research abilities in a setting that combines public education, teaching, and public interest work. The ideal candidate would have significant classroom or alternative teaching experience and knowledge of best practices in teaching and supervision. The fellowship program combines seminar teaching, field supervision of second- and third-year law students, administration, curriculum development and scholarly research in the context of practical law affecting everyday life. The fellowship includes study and implementation of interactive educational methodology, experiential legal education, substantive legal topics, and supervisory techniques. Upon completion of this two-year fellowship, the fellow will be awarded the degree of Master of Laws in Advocacy.

    Preference will be given to applicants for the 2016-18 fellowship who submit all application material by Monday, June 6 2016 at 8 PM. Applications submitted after June 6 will be considered on a rolling basis until the position is filled.

    Please submit a current resume, cover letter, one letter of reference and the contact information for two additional references, as well as the supplemental application (hyperlinked here) to streetlaw@law.georgetown.edu. Please address all materials to Professor Richard L. Roe.

    Specific Responsibilities:

    • Supervise law students who teach year-long courses in practical law in DC high schools
    • Develop legal curriculum appropriate for high school students and other laypeople
    • Execute district-wide mock trial competition
    • Cultivate Street Law volunteer program and liaise with volunteers
    • Teach Street Law class to adjudicated youth as part of court-ordered probation
    • Meet regularly with high school administrators to coordinate Street Law classes
    • Perform other instructional and administrative duties as needed

    Qualifications:

    • Juris Doctorate degree
    • Ability to communicate effectively with legal professionals, teenagers, and laypeople.
    • Demonstrated ability to work cooperatively on a variety of projects with lawyers, other staff members, and with community organizations and coalitions.
    • Demonstrated interest and experience in education and youth issues is preferred. Candidates with classroom or alternative teaching experience preferred.

    Benefits

    Teaching fellows receive an annual stipend of $53,500 (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.

  • 17 May 2016 3:15 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    Brief description of Duties

    Provides leadership and management of all aspects of clinical and experiential programs. Seeks and develops resources to strengthen and expand experiential and clinic programs and activities. Serves on the Senior Management Team, which supports compliance with all ABA standards and the core values and mission of the School of Law.

    1.Serves as a member of the Dean’s Senior Management team.

    2. Manages experiential and clinical program operations and systems.

    3. Leads strategic planning efforts in coordination with clinical faculty to improve quality, increase quantity, and coordinate delivery of legal services and advocacy to improve outcomes and enhance systemic change for low-income residents of the District of Columbia.

    4. Leads efforts with Clinical Affairs and Curriculum Committees to assess existing and develop new clinical programs to ensure alignment with approved selection criteria and enhance recruitment of mission driven students.

    5. Coordinates advocacy and community outreach.

    6. Develops and enhances relationships with law firms; the DC Access to Justice Commission; DC Bar and local and national foundations, and other entities and individuals to increase collaboration, funding and program development efforts and opportunities.

    7. Supervises grants administration and reporting.

    8. Raises local and national profile of experiential and clinical programs.

    9. Represents the School of Law at local and national meetings, conferences and other for a focused on legal services, legal education, and social justice.

    10. Supervises subordinate staff.

    OTHER DUTIES:

    1. Performs other duties as assigned.

    Required Qualifications

    Candidate must hold a J.D. degree and have

    A minimum of 10 (ten) years of legal practice OR clinical teaching experience and

    Five (5) years of management experience

    Information to Applicant

    Collective Bargaining Unit (Union): This position is not part of the collective bargaining unit.

    Employment Benefits

    Selectee will be eligible for health and life insurance, annual (vacation) and sick leave and will be covered under the University of the District of Columbia' s retirement plan (TIAA-CREF).

    Equal Opportunity Employer: All qualified candidates will receive consideration without regard to actual or perceived actual race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, family responsibilities, matriculation, political affiliation, marital status, personal appearance, genetic information, familial status, source of income, status as a victim of an intrafamily offense, place of residence or business, or status as a covered veteran, as provided for and to the extent required by District and Federal statutes and regulations.

    Notice of Non-Discrimination: In accordance with the D.C. Human Rights Act of 1977, as amended, D.C. Official Code, Section 2-1401.01 et. seq., (Act) the University of the District of Columbia does not discriminate on the basis of actual or perceived actual race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, family responsibilities, matriculation, political affiliation, marital status, personal appearance, genetic information, familial status, source of income, status as a victim of an intrafamily offense, place of residence or business, or status as a covered veteran, as provided for and to the extent required by District and Federal statutes and regulations. Sexual harassment is a form of sex discrimination which is also prohibited by the Act. In addition, harassment based on any of the above protected categories is prohibited by the Act. Discrimination in violation of the Act will not be tolerated. Violators will be subject to disciplinary action.

    Veterans Preference: Applicants claiming veterans preference must submit official proof at the time of application.

    Residency Preference: The Residency Preference Amendment Act of 1988, D.C. Law 7-203, created a system in which provides that any applicant for employment in the Career or Educational Services who is a bona fide resident of the District of Columbia may claim a residency reference at the time of application. An applicant selected for an appointment based on District residency will be required to submit no less than eight (8) proofs of bona fide District residency. Bona fide District residency must be maintained from the date of appointment to the position for seven (7) consecutive years. Failure to maintain bona fide District residency for the (7) year period will result in forfeiture of employment.

    Drug-Free Workplace: Pursuant to the requirements of the Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1988, the individual selected to fill this position will, as a condition of employment, be required to notify his/her immediate supervisor, in writing, not later than five (5) days after conviction of any criminal drug statute occurring in the workplace.

    Background Investigation: Employment with the University of the District of Columbia is contingent upon a satisfactory background investigation. The determination of a "satisfactory background investigation" is made at the sole discretion of the University of the District of Columbia. The University may refuse to hire a finalist, rescind an offer of employment to a finalist or review and may terminate the employment of a current employee based on the results of a background investigation.

    Disposition of Resume: Resumes received outside the area of consideration and/or after the closing date will not be given consideration. You must resubmit your resume to receive consideration for any subsequent advertised position vacancies. For the purpose of employment, resumes are not considered job applications. Therefore, if selected for employment a UDC application will be required.

    Job Offers: Official Job Offers are made by the University of the District of Columbia, Office of Human Resources Only.

    Contact Information: All inquiries related to employment and job applications should be directed to UDC Office of Human Resources at (202) 274-5020.

    The University of the District of Columbia is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action institution. Minorities, women, veterans and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply. For a full version of the University’s EO Policy Statement, please visit: http://www.udc.edu/equal opportunity/.

  • 17 May 2016 3:11 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    Start Date: July 1, 2016

    UCLA School of Law is seeking applications for a two-year administrative position as a Public Interest Fellow. The Fellow will work with UCLA School of Law’s Office of Public Interest Programs (OPIP) to expand OPIP’s programmatic work, including by engaging in career counseling and teaching a course for first-year law students enrolled in the School of Law’s David J. Epstein Program in Public Interest Law and Policy (Epstein Program).

    Major responsibilities over the two-year fellowship term include:

    1) Counseling students seeking summer and/or postgraduate public interest employment.

    2) Reviewing student application materials, including, e.g., resumes, cover letters, and postgraduate fellowship applications.

    3) Conducting mock job interviews.

    4) Writing and editing job search guides on specific public interest career practice areas and developing other job search materials for students seeking public interest opportunities and careers.

    5) Teaching the First-Year Epstein Program Workshop, a for-credit course offered exclusively for firstyear students enrolled in the Epstein Program.

    6) Helping plan and provide logistical support for OPIP and Epstein Program programming and events, including, e.g., the Epstein Program annual speaker series, job search-related programming, visiting public interest lawyers, panels discussions, community-focused trainings and convenings, and conferences.

    Qualifications:

    Candidates should have at least five years of professional experience as an attorney in public interest practice (more preferred); advanced knowledge of public interest practice, including diverse forms of public interest modes of advocacy and public interest practice settings, career paths in public interest practice, and funding sources; excellent writing and analytical skills, as well as interpersonal and oral communication skills; and experience counseling, supervising, and/or mentoring law students working in a public interest capacity. 

    UCLA School of Law seeks candidates committed to the highest standards of professional activities and to a campus climate that supports equality and diversity.

    Salary and Benefits:

    Competitive fellowship salary (depending on experience level) plus benefits package.

    Application Instructions and Deadline:

    Applicants should apply online at https://hr.mycareer.ucla.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=68065

    beginning May 11, 2016 by submitting a cover letter discussing their qualifications, a CV or resume, and contact information for three references. To ensure full consideration, applications should be received by June 09, 2016.

    The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer advancing inclusive excellence. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, protected veteran status, or other protected categories covered by the UC Nondiscrimination & Affirmative Action Policy.

  • 17 May 2016 2:35 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    Vermont Law School has a distinguished record of preparing students to serve their clients and the public interest. As the nation's leading environmental law and policy program (US News & World Report), which houses the nation’s most comprehensive sustainable food and agriculture law and policy program, we seek to fill the following position:

    Clinical Law Professor

    This new assistant professor position will work as a lawyer and teacher co-leading the Center for Agriculture and Food Systems’ (CAFS) dynamic clinical work with students, our LLM Fellows, and Program Officer for Legal Design to develop legal tools, resources and provide legal representation to support sustainable food systems. Responsibilities include developing creative legal resources for broad use; provision of legal advice; outreach and collaboration with local, national, and international organizations to amplify our progressive work; and representation of CAFS at conferences, professional organizations and vis a vis the media. For more about our leading edge clinic click here; for examples of our legal products click here. Teaching responsibilities include supervising students on projects & collaborating/assisting the other CAFS faculty in developing and teaching doctrinal courses. Requires min 2-3 yrs relevant legal practice exp, demonstrated commitment to sustainable food & agriculture, excellent analytical, research & writing skills, and interest in teaching. This is a two year position, with the second year dependent upon funding availability.

    For more information on this and other positions, please visit our website at http://www.vermontlaw.edu/community/about-vls/employment-opportunities.

    Apply via the link above or send a resume and cover letter with salary requirements to Human Resources, Vermont Law School, P.O. Box 96, South Royalton, VT 05068 or to cblake@vermontlaw.edu.

    Vermont Law School is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity in our workforce.


  • 17 May 2016 2:22 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    The Ohio Northern University College of Law is seeking applicants for an Assistant Director of Legal Clinics/Staff Attorney/Instructor of Law position at the ONU Legal Clinic in Lima, Ohio to begin on or before July 1, 2016.

    Ohio Northern University College of Law’s Legal Clinic is located in Lima, Ohio, and is comprised of two “live-client” clinics: (1) the Civil Practice Clinic serves low income individual clients in legal matters including domestic relations, probate, housing, expungements and more; (2) the Corporate Transactional Clinic serves churches and nonprofit organizations in Ohio seeking help with legal matters including incorporation, board governance, human resources, real estate transactions and more.

    Responsibilities include:

    • Supervising and assessing clinic students;
    • Accompanying clinic students to court and administrative hearings;
    • Conducting case rounds;
    • Guiding students to plan and carryout community education events;
    • Engaging in planning and conducting other clinic activities; and
    • Teaching one additional doctrinal or skills course per year.

    Minimum qualifications include:

    • J.D. with strong academic credentials;
    • Minimum of three years of practice experience in domestic relations, domestic violence and/or child welfare; 
    • Admitted to practice in Ohio or eligible to seek admission by motion;
    • Demonstrated potential for excellence in teaching and student supervision;
    • Excellent writing, editing and oral advocacy skills;
    • Sound judgement and exceptional ethical standards;
    • Substantial trial experience; and
    • Demonstrated commitment to working with low income individuals is highly desirable.

    Candidates should apply at https://jobs.onu.edu/postings/4218. Ohio Northern University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. Women and minority candidates are encouraged to apply. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled.

  • 13 May 2016 4:19 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    Georgetown Law is seeking a Director of its Externship Program to start on July 1, 2016.  The person who is selected for this job will work closely with the experiential education team and play a substantial role in shaping the program.  The job description is below.  To apply go to Georgetown University's job website and identify job number 20160329.   

    Director, Externship Program – Experiential Education

    Georgetown Law’s Experiential Education offers three types of learning courses, each designed to help students apply the theories and skills they have learned in the classroom to a real lawyering context – Externships, Practicum Courses, and Clinics.

    The Director of the Externship Program administers the largest experiential curricular offering at the Law Center, managing the advising and enrolling students in externships, the evaluating of their placements and learning goals, and monitoring compliance and quality.  Reporting to the Associate Dean for Experiential Education, the Director has duties that include but are not limited to:

    Advising and Enrolling

    • Advises students on the externship program.
    • Assists in enrolling students in the externship program.
    • Monitors students’ experience during the semester or summer.
    • Resolves problem placements or student performance failures.
    • Ensures appropriate evaluation of placement and seminar component.
    • Assigns students to appropriate seminars.

    Instruction Evaluation 

    • Selects and hires as many as 17 adjunct professors per semester for subject-matter specific externship seminars.
    • Assists in developing syllabi.
    • Arranges room and time for seminars in advance.
    • Conducts periodic site evaluations.
    • Ensures training for externship supervisors
    • Ensures appropriate evaluation of externship experiences and makes recommendations for continuation.
    • Recommends proposals for other experiential offerings based on successful externship experiences.

    Compliance and Quality

    • Monitors compliance with ABA Externship standards.
    • Creates proposals to faculty if changes are needed in the program to accomplish compliance.
    • Performs year-end report on externship program.
    • Works with experiential education team to ensure that all experiential offerings are excellent and work together seamlessly.
    • Interacts on the national level with other externship programs.
    • Establishes and monitors best practices for externship program.

    Requirements

    • J.D. degree
    • Experience managing large organizational tasks
    • Project management experience
    • Preference for knowledge of the DC public interest community and/or some teaching experience 


  • 13 May 2016 4:16 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    Penn State Dickinson Law's Clinical Program in historic Carlisle, Pennsylvania is seeking a Visiting Clinical Professor. This position is responsible for providing supervision of certified legal interns who provide legal services to low income members of the community, as well as direct representation of clients. The Visiting Clinical Professor will interact with members of the local bench, bar and court administrative offices before which students in the Clinics appear. Duties include: reviewing student writing and assisting students to conduct client interviews and prepare for hearings. The Visiting Clinical Professor will accompany law students to hearings and trials, and supervise students at those proceedings. Subject law matters include family law, housing, public benefits and disability law. Position requires a JD or LL.B degree or equivalent plus a minimum of two years work-related experience, preferably with a background in family, housing, public benefits, and/or disability law. Candidates must be a member of the Bar of Pennsylvania or be eligible to become a member of the Pennsylvania Bar, as a prerequisite to holding this position. Candidates must work well with indigent clients, students, faculty, and staff, in an interdisciplinary cooperative environment. Excellent interpersonal, organizational and communication skills required. The most desirable candidates will supply evidence of law practice and/or teaching experience, a strong academic record, and excellent written and oral skills. This position requires that you operate a motor vehicle as part of your job duties. A valid driver`s license and successful completion of a motor vehicle records check will be required in addition to standard background checks. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one or two years from date of hire with possibility of re-funding. Salary is competitive, commensurate with experience. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Applications should be submitted online at https://psu.jobs/job/63038. If you have questions regarding this position, please contact Associate Clinical Professor Megan Riesmeyer, Director of the Community Law Clinic, at mam941@dsl.psu.edu.

  • 13 May 2016 4:13 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    Penn State Dickinson Law's Clinical Program in historic Carlisle, Pennsylvania is seeking a Visiting Clinical Professor. This position is responsible for providing primary, day-to-day supervision of certified legal interns who provide legal services to child clients in the Children's Advocacy Clinic as well as assisting in the law school's pro bono efforts. The Visiting Clinical Professor will interact with members of the local bench, bar and court administrative offices before which students in the Clinics appear. Duties include: reviewing student writing and assisting students to conduct client interviews and prepare for hearings. The Visiting Clinical Professor will accompany law students to hearings and trials, and supervise students at those proceedings. Position requires a JD or LL.B degree or equivalent plus a minimum of two years work-related experience, preferably with a background in family and juvenile law. Candidates must be a member of the Bar of Pennsylvania or be eligible to become a member of the Pennsylvania Bar, as a prerequisite to holding this position. Candidates must work well with clients, students, faculty, and staff, in a cooperative inter-disciplinary environment. Excellent interpersonal, organizational and communication skills required. The most desirable candidates will supply evidence of law practice and/or teaching experience, and excellent written and oral skills. This position requires that you operate a motor vehicle as part of your job duties. A valid driver`s license and successful completion of a motor vehicle records check will be required in addition to standard background checks. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one or two years from date of hire with possibility of re-funding. Salary is competitive, commensurate with experience. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Applications should be submitted online at https://psu.jobs/job/63037. If you have questions regarding this position, please contact Clinical Professor Lucy Johnston Walsh, Director of the Children’s Advocacy Clinic, at ljj12@dsl.psu.edu.

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