University of Oregon Law School - Domestic Violence Clinic - Supervising Attorney

22 Jun 2012 9:42 AM | Donna Lee

The University of Oregon School of Law (Eugene) seeks a Supervising Attorney (SA) to manage the Domestic Violence Clinic, supervise students enrolled in the Clinic and to represent survivors of domestic violence, stalking, and sexual assault. This live-client clinical program works closely with community partners, Womenspace, Sexual Assault Support Services, and Lane County Legal Aid and Advocacy Center, to ensure holistic and comprehensive services for its clients. The SA will be a 12-month renewable, fixed-term, non-tenure track, instructor position.  There is an expectation that this position will continue beyond one year contingent on need, funding and performance.  At this time, there is flexibility as to whether the position will be full-time or part-time.  FTE is negotiable, .6 to 1.0.  Requirements for review include a JD, a State of Oregon Bar license or the eligibility to become licensed in Oregon prior to the start of the position (by passing the July Bar or applying for bar admission based upon reciprocity), and 3 years law practice experience working with survivors of domestic violence, stalking, and sexual assault and/or low-income clients.  See the University of Oregon Website:  for a complete list of job requirements, supplemental questions, job description, and application procedures.  To ensure consideration, all required documents must be submitted by July 5, 2012.  The position will remain open until filled.  The top candidate must successfully complete a criminal background check.  The University of Oregon is an AA/EO/ADA institution strongly committed to cultural diversity.


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