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  • 27 Sep 2023 10:19 PM | Anonymous

    BOSTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW, a top-tier law school with an international reputation, is a community of leading legal scholars, teachers, students, and alumni, who are dedicated to providing one of the finest legal educations in the world. Since our doors opened in 1872, we have admitted and enrolled accomplished students to our program regardless of their race, gender, and religion.  The breadth and depth of our curriculum and scholarship as well as our innovative spirit are distinctive in American legal education. 

    Boston University School of Law invites applications for the position of Clinical Associate Professor of Law and Director of the Externship Program. This position is a full-time non-tenure track clinical faculty position with a projected start date of July 1, 2024.

    The externship program is an important feature of Boston University School of Law. The externship program provides over 130 second and third-year law students annually with the opportunity to gain academic credit while working under the supervision of practicing attorneys or judges. Boston’s vibrant legal community offers a vast array of placements in diverse practice areas, including affordable housing, biotech, criminal law, education, environmental law, health law, intellectual property, and microfinance. The externship program has grown substantially over recent years, and the Director will play a significant role in shaping its future direction and development.

    The Director of the Externship Program will be responsible for teaching as well as coordination of all aspects of the operation and development of the externship program.

    The primary responsibilities include:

    • Teaching at least one seminar per semester, serving as instructor of record for all externship courses, and overseeing all New York Pro Bono Scholars.
    • Developing and modifying externship program curriculum, including the annual review and updating of externship teaching materials for dissemination to the externship seminar teachers.
    • Training and evaluation of field placement supervisors overseeing law students in the externship program.
    • Recruiting and hiring part-time faculty to teach in the externship program;
    • Maintaining and developing externship opportunities in Boston and beyond, including building relationships with field placement supervisors and recruiting new potential host sites.
    • Evaluating student outcomes to guide the future direction of the externship program and determine how to best meet the needs of the law school, student demand, and current legal employment needs.
    • Providing substantial assistance, comprised of pedagogical, syllabus development, and other advice to externship instructors with respect to both existing and new externship courses;
    • Coordinating with the Associate Dean for Experiential Learning, the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, and the Registrar’s Office to assemble and publish the externship curriculum as part of the School of Law’s overall course offerings.
    • Advising students in selecting appropriate placements and externship seminars, as well as in matters of professional development and law practice.
    • Working with the externship faculty to plan and ensure that all externship seminars are taught in accordance with BU Law’s outcomes, current ABA Standards, and best practices.
    • Participating in the life of the law school by serving on committees and attending regular faculty meetings and events.

    Successful candidates must be licensed to practice law, have a minimum of five years post-JD legal work or law teaching experience, a strong desire to teach and mentor, and robust knowledge of law office practice. Experience with clinical legal education and externship program management is considered a plus. Excellent oral and written communication skills and organizational and managerial skills are required. Teaching and supervision experience are preferred.

    At Boston University School of Law, we are dedicated to building a just, inclusive, and engaged community of faculty, staff, and students. We recognize we have more work to do to achieve this vision. Boston University School of Law is committed not only to the ideals of faculty diversity and inclusion but also to the work of creating and implementing practices that combat exclusion and inequity by race, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability status, religion, and other identities subject to historical subordination. We also strive to foster a more inclusive intellectual culture that represents and encourages a broad range of intellectual traditions and approaches to the law. We welcome expressions of interest from applicants of all identities, intellectual traditions, and perspectives.

    • BU conducts a background check on all final candidates for certain faculty and staff positions. The background check includes contacting the final candidate’s current and previous employer(s) to ask whether, in the last seven years, there has been a substantiated finding of misconduct violating that employer’s applicable sexual misconduct policies. To implement this process, the University requires a final candidate to complete and sign the form entitled “Authorization to Release Information” after execution of an offer letter.
    • We are an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We are a VEVRAA Federal Contractor.

    How to Apply:


    Applicants should send a letter of interest and a C.V. as soon as they are able to the Faculty Appointments Committee at Applications are being reviewed immediately and on a continuing basis, with priority given to those who submit early in the fall semester and are submitted prior to October 1, 2023.  All open faculty positions are pending budgetary approval.

    To learn more about the law school, visit our website at  

  • 27 Sep 2023 11:41 AM | Anonymous

    RUTGERS LAW SCHOOL invites applications for a Spring 2024 visiting clinical faculty position at the Camden Campus, with the likely extension for up to an additional 18 months.  The position is funded by a major appropriation from the New Jersey legislature to Rutgers Law School that is in its third year and is expected to continue.  The visiting clinical professor will be part of a statewide eviction prevention effort and will collaborate and co-teach with clinic colleagues in the Housing Advocacy Clinic. Both entry level and experienced faculty are encouraged to apply.  We encourage applications and inquiries from candidates who contribute to the diversity of our faculty, including, but not limited to, people of color, people living with disabilities, and members of the LGBT community.  Minimum requirements include a J.D. degree and member in good standing of the Bar of any state; 3-5 years of experience in housing practice, with a focus on eviction prevention; and demonstrated potential for teaching excellence.  Questions and references can be addressed to Prof. Joanne Gottesman at  Interested applicants should submit via this link:

    • A curriculum vitae;
    • A cover letter; and
    • If you choose, a research agenda and a statement of your professional contributions to diversity and equity.

  • 26 Sep 2023 6:23 PM | Anonymous

    THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS SCHOOL OF LAW is seeking a clinical professor to join the Criminal Defense Clinic (CDC) beginning in January 2024. The CDC is staffed by an experienced clinical professor who serves as the director, this second clinical professor position, and a program coordinator. Clinical faculty positions at Texas Law are nine-month appointments. Additionally, the successful candidate will typically split summer coverage with the director (through an additional part-time appointment) to shepherd cases through the summer months and/or supervise a student fellow in their work with clients. This position is full-time and non-tenure track, with an initial one-year appointment followed by three-year, rolling, presumptively renewable appointments. The successful candidate will join a robust community of over 25 experienced faculty members who teach in the clinical program. The clinical faculty meet regularly to discuss best practices in clinical teaching, course design, and other relevant issues, and it is a collegial and supportive group.

    The CDC has been representing clients charged with misdemeanor offenses in Travis County for nearly 50 years. It is a six-credit, one semester, pass/fail course with weekly classes, intensive sessions at the start of each semester, and case supervision meetings. Students are licensed under the student practice rule to represent clients under the supervision of the clinical professors. Students are expected to take the lead in all court appearances, including trials and other evidentiary hearings, with the supervisor present in an advisory role. The CDC is committed to providing high quality, client-centered representation that achieves the best possible outcome for our clients. Approximately 16 students enroll each semester.    

    We expect the clinical professor to work closely with students on all aspects of their work, and responsibilities include:

    ·       Meeting regularly with student-attorneys and supervising their work;

    ·       Attending all court appearances with student-attorneys;

    ·       Assisting with teaching in the classroom component of the clinic;

    ·       Working with the director to implement clinic guidelines and policies related to supervision and representation; and

    ·       Participating in other meetings and activities of the clinical program.

    More information about the CDC can be found at:

    View the job posting online at:



    1. Member of Texas Bar or eligible to waive in to Texas Bar;
    2. At least seven years of experience in criminal defense practice;
    3. Significant trial experience;
    4. Familiarity with clinical teaching methods;
    5. Experience supervising law students and/or junior attorneys;
    6. Teaching experience (preferred).

    Application Instructions

    The minimum salary for this position will be approximately $141,000 for nine months, though the successful candidate may earn more depending on experience. The additional part-time summer appointment would be based on the 9-month salary rate. Questions about the CDC or this hiring process can be directed to Chris Roberts, the director, via email at

    We hope to fill this position with someone who is available to begin by January 2024, but we are open to candidates who cannot begin until the summer of 2024. The position is open until filled.

    Application Process

    This institution is using Interfolio's Faculty Search to conduct this search. Applicants to this position receive a free Dossier account and can send all application materials, including confidential letters of recommendation, free of charge. The application can be accessed at:

    Equal Employment Opportunity Statement

    The University of Texas at Austin, as an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer, complies with all applicable federal and state laws regarding nondiscrimination and affirmative action. The University is committed to a policy of equal opportunity for all persons and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, disability, religion, or veteran status in employment, educational programs and activities, and admissions.

  • 26 Sep 2023 6:17 PM | Anonymous

    GEORGETOWN UNIVERISTY LAW CENTER is hiring a clinical teaching fellow/supervising attorney for its Domestic Violence Clinic. 

    Fellowship Description

    The Domestic Violence Clinic (DVC) hires one clinical teaching fellow/supervising attorney each year, for a two-year fellowship position. DVC fellows receive intensive, supportive mentorship as they develop skills in litigation, teaching, and legal scholarship; fellows are well-prepared for a career in clinical teaching or public interest practice.

    DVC fellows develop skills as clinical teachers. They supervise law students as they represent survivors of domestic abuse in civil protection order cases in D.C. Superior Court. As supervisors, fellows teach students to develop a range of skills—from building a strong and empathic attorney-client relationship; to acquiring litigation practice skills; to exploring legal ethics; to becoming creative problem-solvers, trauma-informed lawyers, and excellent storytellers. They help students critically examine the psychological dynamics of intimate partner violence, the harms inflicted by our society’s systemic and institutional responses, and various alternatives to solutions rooted in the existing legal system.

    DVC fellows also learn to design clinic seminar classes on a range of topics, including child custody, professional ethics, and the individual and social dynamics of intimate partner violence. Faculty provide close support as fellows design the classes they will teach, focusing on how to navigate potential student learning challenges, how to develop an individual teaching “voice,” and how to facilitate interesting, challenging, and thought-provoking conversations and classroom exercises.

    DVC fellows receive extensive training and mentorship as they continue to improve their lawyering and litigation skills. Fellows provide direct representation to a small number of clients experiencing family abuse, primarily outside of the academic semester.

    Fellows are offered extensive opportunities to engage in legal scholarship. DVC faculty and others in the broader Georgetown community provide a wide range of support to fellows interested in researching, writing, and publishing their work. 

    First-year DVC fellows join the full community of Georgetown’s clinical teaching fellows in a course on clinical pedagogy co-taught by members of the Georgetown clinical faculty. They are also part of the Women’s Law and Public Policy Fellowship Program, where they have opportunities to collaborate with lawyer-fellows working on a wide variety of women’s rights legal issues at placements throughout Washington, D.C., and learn from leaders in the national and local feminist legal community.

    Preference will be given to applicants who have a background or demonstrated interest in family law, domestic or sexual violence, and/or poverty law, and to applicants who have trial practice experience. Applicants must be admitted to a Bar at the time they submit their application. A fellow offered the DVC fellowship position who is not a member of the D.C. Bar must apply for admission by waiver immediately following acceptance.

    The fellowship runs from early July 2024 through June 2026. The first-year salary is $70,000; the second-year salary is $75,000. Upon completing the fellowship, Georgetown awards fellows an LL.M. in Advocacy.

    The DVC welcomes and considers applications from any and all interested applicants without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran, or other protected status.

    Application Process

    Please complete the Women's Law & Public Policy Fellowship Program application and submit it to both Professors Deborah Epstein and Rachel Camp ( and to the Fellowship Program (

    Applications must be submitted by Friday, November 10, 2023.

  • 22 Sep 2023 8:38 AM | Anonymous

    THE UNIVERSITY OF DENVER STURM COLLEGE OF LAW seeks applications from entry-level and lateral candidates for a full-time, tenure-track faculty position at the rank of Assistant, Associate, or full Professor of Law within its nationally recognized Civil Rights Clinic, to begin in August 2024. The Civil Rights Clinic is an intensive, year-long litigation program that focuses on the constitutionality of conditions in federal and state prisons, including indefinite solitary confinement, inadequate medical and mental health care, disability discrimination, and the free exercise of religion. A full description of these opportunities, including details relating to compensation, can be found at

    We seek candidates with J.D. degrees (or their equivalents), outstanding academic records, relevant professional experience, a commitment to inclusive pedagogy, and the capacity to make future outstanding contributions in the realms of scholarship, teaching, and public engagement. Interested persons are requested to submit (1) a cover letter; (2) a resume including at least three references; and (3) materials that describe the candidate’s commitment to outstanding teaching, innovative research, and diversity, equity, and inclusion in teaching, research, public engagement, and/or their professional experiences. Candidates should submit their materials at, with a copy to Professor Laurent Sacharoff (, Chair of the Faculty Appointments Committee.

    The University of Denver is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or status as a protected veteran. The University of Denver prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, age, religion, creed, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, pregnancy, genetic information, military enlistment, or veteran status, and any other class of individuals protected from discrimination under federal, state, or local law, regulation, or ordinance in any of the University’s educational programs and activities, and in the employment (including application for employment) and admissions (including application for admission) context, as required by applicable federal, state, and local laws, regulations, or ordinances that prohibit discrimination, harassment, and/or retaliation. For more information, please see the University of Denver’s Non-Discrimination Statement ( 

  • 21 Sep 2023 2:20 PM | Anonymous

    THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN LAW SCHOOL is hiring a Clinical Teaching Fellow for its Zell Entrepreneurship Clinic.  Please see the full posting here

    How to Apply

    A cover letter is required for consideration for this position and should be attached as the first page of your resume. The cover letter should address your specific interest in the position and outline skills and experience that directly relate to this position.

    What You'll Do

    The University of Michigan Law Clinical Fellows Program seeks applicants for a fellowship in its Zell Entrepreneurship Clinic (ZEC). This is a two-year appointment with the possibility of extension for a third year.

    Under the supervision of clinical faculty, students in the ZEC represent startups led by University of Michigan (UM) students and recent UM alumni. The ZEC's NIL Program represents University of Michigan student-athletes in name, image, likeness matters. Typical matters in the ZEC include business entity formation, intellectual property, contract drafting, employment law, and other common early-stage legal issues.

    The successful candidate will manage the NIL Program and supervise its matters. Additionally, the fellow will teach in the ZEC's biweekly seminar along with two other ZEC professors, supervise law students, advise clients, and collaborate with other schools and colleges at UM and other organizations assisting startups.

    The Clinical Fellows Program is designed to fully support attorneys wishing to explore the possibility of a career in clinical teaching. Michigan Clinical Fellows gain valuable experience and mentoring in clinical pedagogy and in their substantive area of practice. Their duties include clinical teaching and student supervision in conjunction with a clinic director, and participation in the operation and development of the clinic in which they teach. Support is provided for personal and professional development and scholarship. Michigan Clinical Fellows have enjoyed success on the national job market and are teaching in clinics at law schools across the country.

    Michigan's Clinical Fellows salaries and benefits are very competitive. The fellowship begins in January 2024.

    Who We Are

    Founded in 1859, Michigan Law School is one of the world’s leading institutions of legal education and enjoys a reputation for academic excellence characterized by a powerful commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. Michigan is consistently ranked among the top law schools in the nation, and enjoys international renown for its intellectual rigor, stunning physical surroundings, preeminent faculty scholarship, and a community noted for collegiality and warmth. Michigan Law has an exceptional and cooperative community of talented and interesting students, with 1000 in the JD and 40 in the LLM program. Our commitments to collegiality, to constructive and challenging debate, and to enabling our students to pursue a wide range of options explain why the Law School has long been committed to diversity along many dimensions. Our graduates serve with distinction in the private, public, non-profit, and academic sectors, in large numbers in every major market in the nation, as well as internationally. The University of Michigan is located in Ann Arbor, Michigan, which is considered among the best places in the United States to live and work.

    Required Qualifications*

    The successful applicant will have a minimum of three years of experience representing companies in at least one of ZEC's core areas of practice, a strong interest in clinical teaching, a demonstrated commitment to entrepreneurship and to engage in public interest lawyering through transactional work, and a potential for scholarship and success as a clinical teacher. Candidates must hold a J.D. degree and be eligible for licensure in Michigan.

    Additional Information

    At the University of Michigan, our dedication to academic excellence for the public good is inseparable from our commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. U-M is committed to recruiting, selecting, and retaining a diverse and highly engaged staff community. 

    Contact Information

    Questions may be directed to Associate Dean Debra Chopp at or 734-763-1948.

    Application Deadline

    Job openings are posted for a minimum of seven calendar days.  Application review will begin on November 1, 2023 and will be conducted on a rolling basis until the position is filled. This opening may be removed from posting boards and filled any time after the minimum posting period has ended.

    U-M EEO/AA Statement

    The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

  • 18 Sep 2023 8:38 PM | Anonymous

    FORDHAM UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW invites applications for two full-time tenure, tenure-track, or long-term contract clinical faculty positions.  One faculty member will take over our school’s Community Economic Development Clinic, and one will join our Criminal Defense Clinic.  The faculty members will join a vibrant clinical program that has 15 full-time clinicians who teach, practice, and lead.  We welcome interest from both experienced clinicians and those new to clinical legal teaching.

    We seek dynamic candidates who are excited about clinical legal education, deeply committed to the academic enterprise, and are able to collaborate with diverse groups inside and outside our University.  We also seek candidates that possess the capacity and inclination to support and advance law reform, whether through legal scholarship, direct advocacy, or a state/national leadership role.  We expect the candidates to know, or become familiar with, principles of experiential learning and clinical pedagogy.

    The faculty members will have primary responsibility for designing their clinics and then teaching and supervising students at Lincoln Square Legal Services, Inc., our in-house law firm.  Typically, Fordham clinicians teach a full load when they supervise 10 students each semester in a 5-credit course that includes a regularly scheduled seminar and close supervision of student teams.  Our clinics operate during the fall and spring semesters.  Support for summer case coverage and/or research is available.  The faculty members may also teach other courses, depending on interest and institutional needs.

    We value diversity and strongly encourage individuals from groups historically underrepresented in legal academia to apply.  The salary range for this job is $175,000-$290,000, dependent on experience in academia.  Any summer case coverage or research funding is in addition.

    Fordham Law School is a national leader in the field, with approximately 1600 students in our JD, LLM and MsL programs.  Fordham is the Jesuit University of New York and serves students of all faiths, including those with no faith.

    Candidates must hold a JD or its equivalent, be members of the New York Bar, or eligible to seek membership as soon as reasonably possible after committing to join us, and preferably have three years or more of practice experience.  Candidates must also have a record of achievement in law school and the profession that demonstrates the capacity to actively participate in and strengthen our academic community, and preferably can show excellence in teaching or supervision of students in a clinical legal setting, an established commitment to inclusive, reflective, transparent processes, and experience designing and implementing new programs or initiatives.

    Entry-level candidates are encouraged to submit their materials through the AALS Faculty Appointments Register (FAR). We also invite all candidates who are not participating in the FAR to submit applications to Prof. Ron Lazebnik, Chair of the Clinical Faculty Hiring Committee, at Applications should consist at a minimum of a CV and a teaching proposal for one of the two clinics. Candidates seeking a tenure or tenure-track position should also include a research agenda and potential job market paper.

    For questions, please contact Prof. Ron Lazebnik, Chair of the Clinical Faculty Hiring Committee, at

    Applications will be accepted until the position is filled but applicants are strongly encouraged to submit their materials as soon as possible.

  • 16 Sep 2023 8:35 PM | Anonymous

    FAULKNER UNIVERSITY THOMAS GOODE JONES SCHOOL OF LAW seeks well-qualified applicants to fill a clinical faculty position overseeing the school's Mediation Clinic. The successful candidate will have practical experience and academic interest in dispute resolution models. Candidates must possess a strong academic background and an equally strong potential for teaching excellence and service. Faulkner University is a Christian university committed to the highest standards of academic excellence and Christian values. The Law School gives preference in hiring to qualified candidates who are members of the churches of Christ. Additionally, the law school is actively recruiting candidates who may bring greater gender, racial, and ethnic diversity to the faculty. Information regarding Faulkner Law's programs is available at

    This is a full-time, 12-month position beginning August 1, 2024. Salary will be commensurate with experience. Priority will be given to applications submitted by November 1, 2023.

    Minimum Qualifications: Juris Doctor from an ABA-approved institution required
    Active member of the church of Christ preferred

    For initial application submit: Curriculum Vitae
    Cover letter (addressing your interest in the position and the Law School's Christian identity)

    Questions regarding this position may be addressed to Professor Melvin L. Otey at

  • 16 Sep 2023 8:31 PM | Anonymous

    THE UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT SCHOOL OF LA invites applicants to serve as a Teaching Fellow in its Tax Clinic, an intensive in-house clinical program, beginning in the summer of 2023. This is a full- time, 1-year (renewed annually), end-date appointment, that does not lead to academic tenure or other permanent employment.

    This position offers an attorney or accountant with an interest in clinical teaching the opportunity to teach, supervise students, and work with experienced faculty members in a law school clinical program. The fellow's duties will include planning and teaching clinic classes, supervising clinic students’ casework, direct client representation, and planning and participating in outreach and community education. The fellow will work closely with the Clinic’s faculty director and will have opportunities to collaborate with faculty and students in the Law School. The fellow will also have the opportunity and support to work on scholarship and pursue other learning goals.

    The School of Law is especially interested in candidates who will add to the diversity of our faculty and community. We welcome applications from individuals underrepresented in the legal academy, as well as candidates with experiences, backgrounds, and viewpoints that will enrich the diversity of our community.

    The Tax Clinic is one of 19 clinics and field placement programs operated by the Law School, including a robust in-house clinical program that comprises clinics focusing on asylum, criminal defense, tax, intellectual property, housing, and animal law, and clinics run in partnership with non- profits affiliated with the Law School that focuses on child advocacy, environmental law, elder law, veterans’ benefits, and disability rights. UConn Law was an early leader nationally in clinical legal education, and its clinics and field placement programs continue to garner recognition statewide for training lawyers and providing outstanding service to members of the community.

    Additional information about the clinics at UConn Law School can be found on the Law School’s website, at field-placements. A recently-published short book, “Born Fighting: Clinical Education at the University of Connecticut School of Law,” traces the clinic’s fifty-year history:

    Founded in 1881, UConn is a Land Grant and Sea Grant institution and member of the Space Grant Consortium. It is the state’s flagship institution of higher education and includes a main campus in Storrs, CT, four regional campuses throughout the state, and 13 Schools and Colleges, including a Law School in Hartford, and Medical and Dental Schools at the UConn Health campus in Farmington. The University has approximately 10,000 faculty and staff and 32,000 students, including nearly 24,000 undergraduates and over 8,000 graduate and professional students. UConn is a Carnegie Foundation R1 (highest research activity) institution, among the top 25 public universities in the nation. Through research, teaching, service, and outreach, UConn embraces diversity and cultivates leadership, integrity, and engaged citizenship in its students, faculty, staff, and alumni. UConn promotes the health and well-being of citizens by enhancing the social, economic, cultural, and natural environments of the state and beyond. The University serves as a beacon of academic and research excellence as well as a center for innovation and social service to communities. UConn is a leader in many scholarly, research, and innovation areas. Today, the path forward includes exciting opportunities and notable challenges. Record numbers of undergraduate applications and support for student success have enabled the University to become extraordinarily selective.


    Planning and co-teaching the clinic seminar classes. Supervising clinic students’ casework outside of court hearings. Supervising students in court (if a member of the bar).

    Conducting and supervising client interviews and making referrals. Providing short consultations to clinic callers.

    Planning and participating in advocacy, research, education, and outreach projects related to the clinic.


    A J.D. degree.

    Membership in the Connecticut bar or the ability to become a member within three months of hire (Connecticut’s bar admission rules allow faculty members to be admitted without taking the Connecticut bar examination in some circumstances) or holding an active license as a Certified Public Accountant in Connecticut.

    Practice experience in U.S. federal taxation.

    Excellent written and oral communication and advocacy skills. Demonstrated commitment to public interest or pro bono legal work. Demonstrated ability to work both collaboratively and independently.


    Practice experience in a low income taxpayer clinic. An outstanding law school and/or law practice record.


    The position is at the Law School campus in Hartford. This is a non-tenure track 1-year (renewed annually), end-date appointment. The annual salary is $70,000. Benefits include health insurance and research support.


    Employment of the successful candidate is contingent upon the successful completion of a pre- employment criminal background check.


    Please apply online to Academic Jobs Online

    and submit the following application materials:

    A cover letter Curriculum vitae

    Commitment to diversity statement (including broadening participation, integrating multicultural experiences in instruction and research and pedagogical techniques to meet the needs of diverse learning styles, etc.)

    Writing sample

    Contact information for three (3) letters of reference

    At the University of Connecticut, our commitment to excellence is complemented by our commitment to building a culturally diverse community.

    This position will be filled subject the budgetary approval.

    All employees are subject to adherence to the State Code of Ethics which may be found at

    All members of the University of Connecticut are expected to exhibit appreciation of, and contribute to, an inclusive, respectful, and diverse environment for the University community.

    The University of Connecticut aspires to create a community built on collaboration and belonging and has actively sought to create an inclusive culture within the workforce. The success of the University is dependent on the willingness of our diverse employee and student populations to share their rich perspectives and backgrounds in a respectful manner. This makes it essential for each member of our community to feel secure and welcomed and to thoroughly understand and believe that their ideas are respected by all. We strongly respect each individual employee’s unique experiences and perspectives and encourage all members of the community to do the same. All applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

    The University of Connecticut is an AA/EEO Employer.

  • 06 Sep 2023 9:31 PM | Anonymous

    VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL seeks applicants for a full-time clinical or clinical-track faculty position. Applications are welcome across legal fields but applicants should have substantial experience in a field suitable for a live-client clinical course. Applicants should possess strong academic and professional qualifications. The successful applicant will be expected to teach a live-client clinical course as well as a non-clinical course and to engage in writing as well as community and professional service. Clinical faculty members are on career tracks, leading to presumptively renewable five-year contracts. The final candidate for this position must successfully complete a background check.


    ·       Excellent academic credentials and practice experience

    ·       Ability to engage in research and writing

    ·       Educational requirement:  J.D. degree

    Application Instructions

    Please apply only through this link: We cannot accept applications not submitted using this link.

    When you apply through this link, the application will require a cover letter, resume, clinical statement, and references.  Applications are considered and interviews are scheduled on a rolling basis until the position is filled or the application window closes.

    Equal Employment Opportunity Statement

    Equal Opportunity Employer

    At Vanderbilt University, we are intentional about and assume accountability for fostering advancement and respect for equity, diversity, and inclusion for all students, faculty, and staff. Our commitment to diversity makes us who we are.  We have created a community that celebrates differences and lets individuality thrive. As part of this commitment, we actively value diversity in our workplace and learning environments as we seek to take advantage of the rich backgrounds and abilities of everyone. The diverse voices of Vanderbilt represent an invaluable resource for the University in its efforts to fulfill its mission and strive to be an example of excellence in higher education.

    Vanderbilt University is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or status as a protected veteran, or any other characteristic protected by law. 

    Position Title
    Assistant/Associate Clinical Professor of Law

    Nashville, TN

    Position Type

    Position URL

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