UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA SCHOOL OF LAW is hiring a tenure track assistant professor for Clinical Skills (Family Law).
The University of North Dakota School of Law invites applications for two Assistant Professors of Law to commence in Fall 2024. These are full-time, tenure-track faculty positions with the primary responsibility of scholarship, service, and effective teaching in the curricular areas of, but not limited to, Business Associations, Health, and Clinical Skills (Family Law). The successful candidate may also contribute to the School of Law's curriculum and student success through additional teaching responsibilities; these additional responsibilities will be determined based on the School of Law's curricular needs and the successful candidate's interests and skills. This position is a nine-month academic year appointment, and the salary is based on qualifications and experience. The successful candidate will be eligible for financial support for expenses related to professional development efforts.
The UND School of Law seeks colleagues dedicated to fostering well-rounded and public-minded legal professionals with skills to serve as effective, self-reflective, and ethical leaders who will contribute greatly to their communities. Our distinctive character as one of the nation's smaller public law schools—and as the sole law school in North Dakota—informs our program of legal education, which reflects a thoughtful and collaborative approach to teaching and learning. We maintain a close relationship with our state's bench and bar and a special interest in connecting with and serving our state's rural as well as urban populations. The University of North Dakota is committed to creating a welcoming atmosphere for everyone in our community, and our law school strives to cultivate a friendly and supportive learning environment to help our students develop into conscientious legal professionals. We value teachers who demonstrate intentionality and creativity and are interested in infusing their teaching with writing, research, cooperative learning, interpersonal skills, and/or other pedagogies. We also seek scholars with innovative research agendas and encourage work that transcends disciplinary boundaries, including the scholarship of teaching and learning. We desire colleagues who view service to the law school, the academy, and the legal profession as integral to their own success.
Interested candidates may contact our Faculty Selection Committee at email@example.com.
Position is open until filled.
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