Boston University Law School - Transactional Law Program - Director

25 Jan 2012 12:33 PM | Anonymous
Boston University School of Law invites applications from experienced business lawyers for the position of Director of its innovative Transactional Law Program. The Program offers experiential instruction in transactional skills such as contract drafting and analysis, negotiation, documentation, and transaction management. It attracts a large enrollment from a broad range of BU law students, and the job of Director includes hiring and supervision of adjunct instructors as well as direct classroom instruction. The Program is still in its early stages, and the new Director will play a major role in shaping its future development. The Directorship is a full-time, non-tenured position combining administrative and teaching responsibilities. Initial appointment will be for a multi-year term. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of seven years' experience in sophisticated transactional law practice; teaching experience in the context of CLE or otherwise; demonstrated administrative skills; and an energetic, imaginative approach to the development of transactional legal instruction. Applications are invited by letter, accompanied by a full c.v., addressed to Professor Nancy Moore, Chair, Faculty Appointments Committee, and sent by email to Please describe your relevant experience and your preliminary thoughts about transactional skills instruction in a law school setting. Boston University School of Law is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and welcomes applications from individuals of diverse backgrounds.


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