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  • 16 Aug 2012 5:49 PM | Donna Lee

                The University of Wyoming College of Law seeks to hire a tenured, tenure-track, or distinguished visiting faculty member for the Carl Williams/Excellence Professorship in Law and Ethics beginning in the 2013-2014 academic year.  The individual selected for this position will serve as Director of the College’s Legal Services Clinic, teach Professional Responsibility, and an additional doctrinal course.  The College of Law encourages expressions of interest from applicants who have established, or are establishing, national reputations as teachers and scholars in clinical education and ethics.


    Despite its small size, the UW College of Law has a rich history of, and ongoing commitment to, providing students with meaningful opportunities for experiential learning.  We have a vibrant experiential learning program which includes four clinics (Legal Services, Domestic Violence, Defender Aid, and Prosecution Assistance), numerous externships, and other programs such as an estate planning/wills practicum, an international human rights practicum and a variety of other skills courses, such as our natural resources practicum. In hiring for the Carl Williams/Excellence Professorship in Law and Ethics, we seek to further enhance the College of Law’s status as a model for providing outstanding experiential learning opportunities for students.


    The Legal Services Clinic provides third year law students the opportunity to represent low income clients in civil legal matters. Student interns in the Legal Services Clinic, under the supervision of the director, handle a wide array of cases including divorce, child custody, modification of divorce, domestic violence protection orders, stalking orders, guardian ad litem appointments in juvenile and domestic relations cases, consumer debt, public benefits, return of property, and immigration issues.  The clinical programs operate pursuant to Wyoming Supreme Court rules that permit third-year law students to practice law under the supervision of a UW law professor or a Wyoming Bar member. 


    During the academic year, the Legal Services Clinic is structured as a 3-credit course which students may take for one or two semesters; clinic enrollment is usually 6-8 students per semester.  The clinic also operates during the summer and is staffed by 3-4 student interns who are paid to work full-time, as well as a few other students who take the clinic for credit. The faculty director of the clinic is assisted by a student director who handles some of the administrative responsibilities of the clinic. 


                At UW, faculty members teaching in the clinical programs hired as tenured or tenure-track  faculty enjoy the same status as the rest of the law faculty, including parity in salary and benefits, rights to the tenure and promotion process, the same voting rights, eligibility for sabbaticals, eligibility for summer research stipends, eligibility for professional development travel funds, eligibility for funds for research assistants, rights to the same office space and support staff, and the same academic titles as appropriate per appointment and promotion. (Clinic directors receive supplemental compensation for supervising the clinics during the summer).  The successful candidate will be subject to the same core responsibilities as the rest of the law faculty and, as such, will be required to demonstrate excellence in teaching, scholarship, and service in accordance with the standards and time lines established by University of Wyoming and College of Law tenure and promotion policies, dependent on whether hired for a tenured, tenure-track, or visiting position.    


                We seek applications from candidates with (1) a J.D. degree, (2) a strong academic record, (3) membership in a state bar, (4) significant legal practice experience, (5) experience teaching in a law school clinic setting, (6) a record of scholarship or a demonstrated potential to produce high-quality scholarship; and (7) a demonstrated commitment to clinical teaching and supervision.  (Admission to the Wyoming State Bar is not required so long as the applicant is a member in good standing of the bar of another state).


                Application Procedure:  Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.  However, to be assured full consideration, candidates should submit their materials by October 1, 2012.  Applicants should submit (1) a cover letter, (2) a CV, (3) a list of three references with their contact information, and (4) a one-page statement of the applicant’s philosophy on teaching and supervision in an experiential learning setting.  These materials should be sent either electronically or in hard copy to:


    Professor Diane Elizabeth Courselle

                            Chair, Faculty Appointments Committee

                            University of Wyoming College of Law

                            Dept. 3035

                            1000 E. University Ave.

                            Laramie, WY   82071




                The University of Wyoming is committed to diversity and endorses principles of affirmative action.  We acknowledge that diversity enriches and sustains our scholarship and promotes equal access to our educational mission.  We seek and welcome applications from individuals of all backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives.  The University of Wyoming is dedicated to ensuring a safe and secure environment for our faculty, staff, students and visitors.  To achieve that goal, upon hire we conduct background investigations on prospective employees prior to commencing employment.
  • 16 Aug 2012 5:44 PM | Donna Lee

    ST. JOHN’S UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW is seeking an outstanding candidate to join a dynamic faculty as Professor of Legal Practice and Director of the Trial Advocacy Program. The position is a full-time, non-tenure track appointment with faculty status and a long-term renewable contract. The Director’s responsibilities will be three-fold.  First, the Director will coordinate the overall Trial Advocacy Program, managing adjunct faculty and teaching courses in Trial Advocacy and Evidence.  Second, the Director will supervise the law school’s award-winning mock-trial student organization, The Polestino Trial Advocacy Institute.  Finally, the Director will develop trial advocacy training programs for practitioners.  Candidates should have excellent academic and professional credentials, including trial experience, must demonstrate a commitment to outstanding advocacy skills training, and must have the ability to work effectively with others in a collaborative setting.  The School of Law is part of St. John’s University, a Catholic, Vincentian, and metropolitan institution committed to academic excellence.  As an Equal Opportunity Employer, St. John’s encourages applications from women, minorities, and others whose background and experience would contribute to the diversity of the faculty.  Applicants should submit a cover letter and curriculum vitae to Associate Dean G. Ray Warner, Chair, Faculty Appointments Committee, St. John’s University School of Law, 8000 Utopia Parkway, Queens, NY 11439.  (E-mail responses should be directed to )

  • 16 Aug 2012 5:37 PM | Donna Lee
    Golden Gate University School of Law invites applications and nominations for the position of dean of the School of Law. Golden Gate University, in San Francisco, CA, is a private not for profit institution and a major center for professional study in the fields of business, taxation, accounting, and law. The school is in the heart of downtown San Francisco.
    Golden Gate University School of Law is one of the oldest law schools in the western United States. It is fully accredited by the American Bar Association and the Committee of Bar Examiners of the State of California, and is a member of the Association of American Law Schools. The Law school offers a full-time day program and a part-time evening program leading to the Doctor of Jurisprudence (J.D.) degree. Students may also earn an LL.M. in five areas, as well as an S.J.D. graduate degree.
    The law faculty is accomplished and diverse, and most full-time faculty practiced law before teaching. They are experts in a wide range of legal areas. The student-to-faculty ratio is 14:1, and professors are committed to being accessible to students.
    We seek a visionary and dynamic leader to guide the law school in the 21st Century. The successful dean of Golden Gate University School of Law will be an accomplished legal scholar, an innovative thinker, and an outstanding administrator. The dean is the chief academic and administrative officer for the School of Law. S/he reports directly to the President of the University and is a member of the University's senior management team. Among the dean’s specific responsibilities are: providing leadership in long-range and strategic planning that addresses evolving academic and financial challenges and opportunities facing legal education; planning and executing student recruitment efforts to attract a highly qualified and diverse student body and meet enrollment goals; leading the law school’s advancement activities; serving as principal liaison between the University and the American Bar Association; and maintaining connections with the legal communities we serve.
    The dean must have a J.D., L.L.B. or equivalent degree from an ABA-accredited law school. The dean must also be able to demonstrate success in the following areas: a record of academic and scholarly accomplishment sufficient to merit appointment as a full professor of law with tenure; the ability to attract, retain and develop outstanding faculty, students and staff; a commitment to collegiality across the University, with the ability to nurture a strong sense of community among and between all schools; and a commitment to fundraising and other university advancement activities.
    For a more complete profile of Golden Gate University, the Law School, and the Law School Dean position, see
    To apply, candidates must submit a cover letter describing how their background, interests and qualifications meet or exceed the position’s requirements; a curriculum vita; and a list of five or more business references with contact information (including e-mail address). All application materials, which will be kept strictly confidential, should be submitted electronically (Adobe PDF or MS Word format).  Review of applications will begin in the fall. Candidates who apply by October 1, 2012 will receive full consideration. The Law School Dean Search Committee strongly encourages applications from candidates with diverse backgrounds. Golden Gate University is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
    Direct inquiries, nominations, and application packets to:
    Terri Shultis, Director of Human Resources
    Golden Gate University
    536 Mission Street. San Francisco, CA 94105
  • 16 Aug 2012 5:32 PM | Donna Lee

    The Georgetown Law Center is offering Clinical Teaching Fellowships in most of its 14 clinics to new and experienced attorneys for the 2013-2015 academic years.  Each two-year fellowship is associated with one of the Law Center’s clinical programs, and each program varies in purpose, requirements, and duties.  All of the clinical fellowships, however, share a common goal: to provide highly motivated lawyers the chance to develop skills as teachers and legal advocates within an exciting and supportive educational environment.   Fellows directly supervise J.D. students enrolled in the clinics, assist in teaching clinic seminars, and perform work on their own cases or other legal matters. Fellowships will begin in the summer of 2013, with an intensive orientation designed to introduce fellows to clinical teaching methods. Upon completing the requirements for graduation, fellows are awarded the degree of Master of Laws (Advocacy).  Graduates of Georgetown’s clinical fellowship program have gone on to prestigious positions in law teaching and public interest law settings.

    Teaching fellows receive an annual stipend of approximately $53,500 (taxable), health and dental benefits, and all tuition and fees in the LL.M. program.  As full-time students, teaching fellows qualify for deferment of their student loans. In addition, teaching fellows may be eligible for loan repayment assistance from their law schools.

    The application deadlines for each clinic are listed below.  To apply for a fellowship, please go to the website for that clinic and follow the application process described by the clinic.   Each clinic makes its own hiring decisions. 

    ***With the exception of fellows in the Center for Applied Legal Studies and the Street Law Clinic, all fellows must be members of the D.C. bar. Fellowship applicants who are admitted to a bar elsewhere must apply to waive into the D.C. bar upon accepting their fellowship offer. The Law Center will reimburse the expense of waiving into the D.C. bar incurred by those fellows who have already taken the bar exam elsewhere prior to accepting their fellowship offer.
  • 14 Aug 2012 5:16 PM | Laura McNally-Levine

    The University of Chicago Law School is seeking qualified applicants for a full-time position training and supervising law students as a Fellow, appointed with the rank of Lecturer, in the Law School’s Corporate Lab Transactional Clinic. The position will begin on or about November 1, 2012, and last through June 30, 2014, and is designed for transactional attorneys with law firm and/or in-house experience who wish to embark upon a career in clinical teaching.

    The Corporate Lab’s focus is on introducing students to transactional practice in both in-house and law firm contexts (see Reporting to the director of the Corporate Lab, the successful candidate will participate in all activities of the Transactional Clinic and will assist the director with developing clients, supervising students, managing the Speaker Series and other Lab events and initiatives connecting law students to the legal community, curriculum design, classroom teaching, student evaluation and all other Lab activities.


    Candidates must have a J.D and at least two years of practice experience in sophisticated transactional work in a law firm and/or in-house setting. Candidates must be highly organized and adept at working in teams. Prior teaching experience is highly desirable but not required. Each candidate should submit a resume or curriculum vita, a list of references, a legal writing sample and a detailed description of relevant experience, and course evaluations from prior teaching experience, if any. Candidates are required to apply online and upload all application material at the University of Chicago Academic Career Opportunities website: . All application materials must be received by September 25, 2012.


    The University of Chicago is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
  • 01 Aug 2012 11:01 AM | Donna Lee
    Clinical Position (Immigration).  The University of Pittsburgh School of Law also invites applications for the position of Clinical Assistant Professor of Law/Director of the Law School’s Immigration Law Clinic.  This full-time position is not in the tenure stream, and is part of a system of contracts progressing to renewable long-term contracts.  The position will begin on July 1, 2013. The Clinic’s primary mission is to serve the educational needs of our students and to provide legal services to individuals involved in asylum cases or in removal proceedings before the Immigration Court.   Duties of the Director and Clinical Professor include classroom teaching, supervision of second- and third-year law students as they represent clients and participate in community projects;  community outreach and fundraising; and administrative duties relating to the Immigration Law Clinic.  The Director may also be expected to assume responsibilities involving the oversight of immigration-related legal services provided by pro bono attorneys and by the legal staff of Jewish Children and Family Services of Pittsburgh.  These responsibilities, which will not exceed eight hours per week, may be separately contracted for and compensated by Vibrant Pittsburgh or other funders.  Qualifications include admission to practice in Pennsylvania or willingness to seek admission to the Pennsylvania bar; experience in the field of immigration law (specifically, asylum and removal cases), and, preferably, clinical pedagogy; and the ability to work effectively with students, clients and other constituents.

    Contact: Professor Martha Mannix, Chair, Clinical Appointments Committee, University of Pittsburgh School of Law. Email: The deadline for applications for the clinical position is September 14, 2012.

    The University of Pittsburgh is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, creed, marital status, sex, disability, age, gender identity or sexual orientation in its hiring.  In furtherance of our strong institutional commitment to a diverse faculty, we particularly welcome applications from minorities, women, and others who would add diversity to our faculty.  Recruitment is subject to approval by the University's Provost.
  • 01 Aug 2012 10:30 AM | Donna Lee

    The Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, the oldest and largest law school in the nation’s sixth largest city, has embarked on a program of transformative growth. Over the past four years the College has experienced record levels of giving, amassed the largest scholarship funds in its history, enrolled its four best entering classes ever, and dramatically increased the size of its faculty and programs. To continue with this ambitious agenda, the College of Law invites applications for tenured and tenure-track faculty positions at all levels, including highly distinguished lateral and entry-level candidates.  We invite applications from outstanding individuals in any subject area, though we are particularly interested in individuals who specialize in administrative law, bankruptcy, business law, civil and criminal procedure, commercial law, evidence, Indian law (especially economic development in Indian country), and tax law, as well as individuals who teach in the first-year curriculum.

    Entry-Level CandidatesundefinedEntry-level candidates must have a J.D. or Ph.D., or their equivalent, in an area related to the law school curriculum and a distinguished academic record. Preferred candidates will possess strong scholarly potential and a demonstrated commitment to research and teaching. The College will only consider entry-level candidates participating in the AALS Faculty Appointments Register.

    Lateral CandidatesundefinedLateral candidates must have a J.D. or Ph.D., or their equivalent, in an area related to the law school curriculum, and at least two years of experience as a tenured or tenure-track member of a law school faculty. Preferred candidates will have a history of distinguished scholarly achievement commensurate with the number of years of experience, as well as strong scholarly potential for future research. Those individuals identified as meeting all minimum and desired qualifications will then be contacted by the College to provide further information.

    Family Protection Clinic In addition, the College of Law will be looking to interview highly qualified candidates for a position as Clinical Director of the recently established Ruth A. McGregor Family Protection Clinicundefineda clinic devoted to aiding victims of domestic violence and trafficking.  Interested candidates must possess a J.D. and a license to practice law.   Preferred candidates will have professional practice experience,  a demonstrated record of effective clinical teaching for at least one year, and promise for future success as the director of a domestic violence clinic.

                Application deadline for all lateral candidates, including candidates for the Ruth A. McGregor Family Protection Clinic, is August 1, 2012; if not filled, the 1st of each month thereafter until search is closed.  To apply, please submit C.V. and references to Ms. Gina Wilson, Coordinator for Appointments Committee, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, Arizona State University, 1100 S. McAllister Avenue, Tempe, AZ 85287-7906, or electronically to Additional information about the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law and Arizona State University is available at: Information about Professors at ASU, including status, rank, titles, and appointment categories, can be found at


    ASU is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
  • 30 Jul 2012 2:05 PM | Donna Lee

    The City University of New York (CUNY) School of Law seeks an exceptional individual to serve as its Associate Dean of Clinical Programs. We look for a person who will be a creative and committed leader for our well developed in-house clinic and externship program. The Associate Dean will lead an outstanding group of faculty members who together have developed a nationally-ranked clinical program. We seek a person who shares our commitment to social justice, who thinks deeply about practice models and strategies that work to promote justice, and who brings pedagogical insights to the design of programs to educate the next generation of public interest lawyers.


    The appointment to lead our highly regarded clinical program comes at an important time in the history of our unique public service institution. In June 2012, the law school relocated to a LEED Gold certified new facility centrally located at Two Court Square in Long Island City, Queens. The new building has direct access to multiple New York City subway and bus lines, is convenient to regional commuter railroads, and is easily accessed by local highways. The new location, in a vibrant neighborhood one subway stop from Manhattan, puts the law school at the heart of the nation's public interest community in the most diverse city in the country and affords opportunities for the new Associate Dean to enhance instructional and public service activities for the clinic.


    Since its founding in 1983, the CUNY School of Law's mission has been to train a diverse group of students to become excellent public interest lawyers. Consistent with this mission, the school has developed a rich lawyering curriculum spanning three years and culminating in a clinical program required for all third-year students. Recently, the Carnegie Report praised our educational program for the unique way it prepares students for practice through extensive curriculum integration of law, lawyering and ethical decision-making. The Associate Dean plays a pivotal role in shaping the overall curriculum and in providing leadership to the clinical program.


    The Associate Dean facilitates the work of 18 faculty, 6 staff, and approximately 160 students each academic year. The program encompasses 7 live-client clinics (Community & Economic Development, Criminal Defense, Economic Justice Project, Elder Law, Immigrant & Refugee Rights, International Women's Human Rights, Mediation) in which students and faculty practice under the umbrella of a 501(c)(3) organization called Main Street Legal Services, Inc. (MSLS). MSLS provides legal assistance to over 1000 clients per year. The program also includes three concentration programs (Equality, Family and Health) in which students are placed in public interest law offices and participate in a substantial curricular module.


    In addition to the above responsibilities, the Associate Dean for Clinical Programs is expected to maintain and enhance academic excellence in the program, fully implement justice initiatives, lead curricular and program development at the Law School, represent the Law School in Local and National Legal, Educational, and Social Justice Communities, teach classes as needed, provide leadership in fund raising initiatives and assist in seeking external support for programs. This position may include weekend and evening hours




    This position is in CUNY's Executive Compensation Plan. All executive positions require a minimum of a Bachelor's degree and eight years' related experience. Additional qualifications are defined below by the College.




    We seek a creative educator with significant legal practice experience and abilities, and a strong commitment to social justice and to working with diverse communities. Experience in clinical education and a record of scholarly achievement are highly favored. We look for someone with a collaborative leadership style, a developed set of management skills, and the ability to articulate and communicate the vision of the Law School's clinical program within the Law School, to the New York and national legal communities, and to the broader educational community.


    J.D. or its equivalent, significant practice and teaching experience, scholarly achievement or the equivalent, and demonstrated management experience are required. Administrative, budgetary, and fund raising experience are preferred. New York State bar admission or the ability to be admitted on motion within one year of appointment is necessary to conform to MSLS's practice order (See New York Judiciary Law Sections 478 and 484).




    Commensurate with experience.




    CUNY offers a comprehensive benefits package to employees and eligible dependents based on job title and classification. Employees are also offered pension and Tax-Deferred Savings Plans. Part-time employees must meet a weekly or semester work hour criteria to be eligible for health benefits. Health benefits are also extended to retirees who meet the eligibility criteria.




    Go to, click on Careers at CUNY, click on Careers at CUNYFirst

    Be sure to submit your resume and a cover letter as one pdf document.

    For position inquiries contact:

    Rosa Navarra

    Coordinator of Faculty Recruitment




    Open until filled, with review of resumes to begin August 2012.

  • 18 Jul 2012 11:38 AM | Donna Lee

    UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA, LAS VEGAS WILLIAM S. BOYD SCHOOL OF LAW invites applications for one or more tenure-track or tenured faculty positions beginning in the 2013-2014 academic year.  We seek candidates with excellent academic records and experience and who have a strong commitment to scholarship and teaching. 

    We have a particular need for a clinical faculty member to join our outstanding clinical program.  The Thomas & Mack Legal Clinic is collaborative and aims to provide an integrated academic and practice-based educational experience to students, provide service to communities in need of legal assistance, and promote research and policy related to the intersection of law and society.  The Thomas & Mack Clinic has programs in six different areas: Appellate, Education Advocacy, Family Justice, Immigration, Innocence, and Juvenile Justice. 

    We invite applications from dynamic scholar-clinicians who would complement our current clinical programs, or who would be able to develop new clinical offerings. We have a particular interest in expanding our clinical offerings to include a transactional, consumer law or community development clinic.

    The William S. Boyd School of Law has an integrated tenure track in which faculty who teach in the clinic share equal status with other faculty.  Clinical faculty also teach non-clinical courses; receive generous support for summer research and student research assistants; and are eligible to apply for semester-long research leaves every third year.  The clinical program and law school are the beneficiaries of an active and engaged legal community, who look to the law school for leadership and partnership in addressing the community’s legal and policy needs.   

    Candidates must have earned a JD from an ABA-accredited law school or an equivalent degree.  Applicants for Full Professor must have records of substantial accomplishment and qualifications sufficient to be awarded tenure.  Salary will be competitive, based on experience.  The Appointments Committee will begin reviewing applications immediately.

    The Boyd School of Law is now building on its record of success during its first decade as the public law school of Nevada.  We have a diverse faculty of new and experienced legal educators drawn from top institutions, and we seek colleagues who share our enthusiasm for legal scholarship and education.  The Boyd School of Law has 477 students enrolled (347 full-time, 130 part-time) and 44 full-time faculty, and enjoys state-of-the-art facilities at the center of the UNLV campus.  For more information on the Boyd School of Law, please refer to our website at

    UNLV is a premier metropolitan research university with 27,000 students and more than 1000 full-time faculty.  With more than 120 graduate programs, including 38 doctoral and professional programs, UNLV is Nevada’s largest comprehensive doctoral degree granting institution.  It provides traditional and professional academic programs for a diverse student body and encourages innovative and interdisciplinary approaches to teaching, learning, and scholarship. For more information on the University, please refer to the UNLV website at  Las Vegas is a diverse and entrepreneurial city that boasts unparalleled access to world-class restaurants and entertainment, all within a short drive to some of the nation’s premier outdoor attractions.

    Applicants should submit a letter of interest, along with a detailed resume, three professional references, and off-prints of your published works.


    Contact:  Professor Ruben J. Garcia, Chair, Appointments Committee, UNLV, William S. Boyd School of Law, 4505 S. Maryland Parkway, Box 451003, Las Vegas, NV  89154-1003, or


    UNLV is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity educator and employer committed to excellence through diversity.
  • 16 Jul 2012 9:02 PM | Donna Lee
    DREXEL UNIVERSITY EARLE MACK SCHOOL of LAW seeks an experienced faculty member to help establish and direct a new Community Lawyering Clinic and to teach other appropriate courses in light of curricular needs.  The position will be tenured or tenure-track and will begin in the 2013-2014 academic year.  We invite applications from candidates who have a distinguished academic background, a record of or the promise of both teaching excellence and scholarly distinction, and a commitment to service in the law school and the community.

    The clinic will aim at providing some combination of direct legal services and other forms of advocacy to historically underserved communities in Philadelphia.

    Applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible to receive full consideration.  In keeping with its commitment to a diverse faculty, the School of Law welcomes applications from all qualified candidates and encourages women and minorities to apply.  Contact (e-mail preferred):  Susan L. Brooks, 3320 Market Street, Suite 410, Philadelphia, PA 19104, or


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