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  • 14 Aug 2020 10:18 AM | Lauren Bartlett (Administrator)

    THE WASHINGTON AND LEE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW seeks to hire a tenure-track faculty member to direct a clinic focusing in the area of civil rights and racial justice. A long-time leader in experiential legal education, W&L is excited to add to our array of in-house clinics. We look for an individual who will embrace and meaningfully contribute to our close-knit, collegial, and intellectually vibrant community. In this regard, clinical faculty at W&L have full voting and governance rights.

    More than 30 years ago, W&L faculty designed and staffed a trial-level death penalty clinic focusing on capital cases in Virginia. With the recent retirement of that clinic’s director, the faculty has decided to shift the focus of that clinic to more broadly encompass civil rights and racial justice. We invite interested candidates to reimagine this clinic and guide it to the next chapter. Consistent with a desire to address the pressing needs of racial justice in the country, we are open to various approaches, and the precise focus of the clinic’s racial justice advocacy will depend on the experience and vision of the next director. The clinical curriculum at W&L prioritizes a client-centered approach to clinical advocacy and teaching.  W&L has invested significantly in clinics, externships, and practicum courses and requires students to complete a substantial number of experiential credits to graduate. 

    We invite applications for a position as Assistant Clinical, Associate Clinical, or Clinical Professor of Law to begin July 1, 2021. The ideal candidate will have several years of practice experience in the field of civil rights and racial justice; a demonstrated commitment to fostering diverse and inclusive educational or work environments; experience in clinical pedagogy and excellence in the teaching and supervision of law students; and an interest in contributing to practical and scholarly conversations concerning civil rights and racial justice.

    A central aspect of the mission of our Law School is to promote a diverse and collaborative intellectual community. To do so, we continually strive to foster an inclusive campus community, one that celebrates people of all backgrounds and identities. To further our mission, we are committed to enhancing the diversity of our faculty and student body. In that regard, we welcome candidates from members of communities that are traditionally under-represented in the legal profession and academia.


    A J.D. from an ABA-accredited law school or equivalent is required. Candidates for the position must demonstrate a record of academic excellence and substantial teaching or legal practice experience.

    Application Instructions

    Applicants should submit the following materials through the W&L application portal at a letter describing their interest in the position, a current CV, a research agenda, and a list of references. Candidates who can contribute to the promotion of a diverse, equitable, and inclusive community are encouraged to describe their strengths and demonstrated commitment to these goals as part of their letter of interest. Please address these materials to Professor J.D. King, chair of the Faculty Appointments Committee. Additionally, please feel free to reach out to him with any questions you may have at:

    J.D. King

    James P. Morefield

    Professor of Law Washington and Lee University School of Law

    Sydney Lewis Hall

    Lexington, VA 24450
    (540) 458-8518

    All inquiries will be treated as confidential. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

    Equal Employment Opportunity Statement

    Washington and Lee is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  As such, we are interested in candidates who are committed to high standards of scholarship, performance and professionalism and to the development of a campus climate that supports equality and diversity in our faculty, staff and student body. Job description requirements are representative, but not all‐inclusive of the knowledge, skill, and abilities needed to successfully perform this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.

    Statement of Commitment to Diversity

    Washington and Lee affirms that diverse perspectives and backgrounds enhance our community. We are committed to the recruitment, enrichment, and retention of students, faculty, and staff who embody many experiences, cultures, points of view, interests, and identities. As engaged citizens in a global and diverse society, we seek to advance a positive learning and working environment for all through open and substantive dialogue. 

  • 12 Aug 2020 10:32 AM | Lauren Bartlett (Administrator)

    DRAKE UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL invites applicants for the position of clinical faculty and Director of the Joan and Lyle Middleton Center for Children’s Rights. The position may begin as early as July 2021 and will be a twelve-month position. The faculty position will be annual or long-term contract or tenure-track, depending on the candidate’s qualifications and preferences.

    The Middleton Center for Children’s Rights works to advance children's rights and improve the child welfare system.  The Center has played an important role in improving the quality of representation of children and parents, which has been made possible through close working relationships with the juvenile courts and community partners. At the core of the Center’s activities is the Children’s Rights Clinic, which provides an opportunity for students interested in juvenile law to engage in direct representation of children under the supervision of the clinical faculty member. In addition, the Center through its faculty and students, engages in children’s rights advocacy projects, including providing trainings to relevant stakeholders, disseminating information on best practices in children’s representation, and identifying, drafting, and advocating for progressive children’s rights legislation.  

    The Director’s duties include case selection and clinic design, supervising direct representation and assessing Clinic students, teaching a weekly skills development seminar for Clinic students, engaging in community education, and directing system reform efforts. There may also be opportunities to teach non-clinical courses and engage in scholarship.

    Candidates must possess a J.D. or comparable law degree and be admitted, or able to satisfy the requirements for admission, to the Iowa Bar. An exceptional academic record, distinguished record of clinical teaching or extensive practice-related experience, a demonstrated capacity for excellence in teaching, supervision and assessment, and service is preferred. At least three years of teaching and/or practice experience is also preferred.

    Drake has long excelled in clinical education and is a pioneer in the area.  Housed in the state-of-the-art Neal and Bea Smith Law Center, the Legal Clinic is an integral part of the Law School program and is supported by a multi-million dollar endowment.

    The Law School is located in Des Moines, the capital of Iowa, a thriving metropolitan area of approximately 700,000 people. Des Moines is consistently ranked in national surveys as one of the best places to live in the United States. 

    Drake University is an equal opportunity employer and actively seeks applicants who reflect the diversity of the nation. No applicant shall be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, national origin, creed, religion, age, disability, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, genetic information or veteran status. Diversity is one of Drake’s core values and applicants need to demonstrate an ability to work with individuals and groups of diverse backgrounds.

    Confidential review of applications will begin immediately. Applications (including a letter of interest, a complete CV, teaching evaluations (if available), a diversity statement, and the names and addresses of at least three references) should be sent to Professor Ellen Yee, Chair, Faculty Appointments Committee, Drake University Law School, 2507 University Ave., Des Moines, IA 50311 or e-mail:

  • 10 Aug 2020 4:27 PM | Lauren Bartlett (Administrator)

    THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN LAW SCHOOL’S Clinical Fellows Program The seeks applicants for a fellowship in the Law School’s Veterans Legal Clinic. This is a two-year appointment with a possibility of extension for a third year.

    The Clinical Fellows Program is designed to allow attorneys to explore the possibility of a career in clinical teaching and fully support them in that endeavor. 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.

    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 three years of experience in civil litigation, a strong interest in clinical teaching, a demonstrated commitment to public interest lawyering, and the potential for scholarship and success as a clinical teacher.  Candidates must hold a J.D. degree and be eligible for licensure in Michigan.

    Desired Qualifications*

    Experience with the veterans community and/or veterans issues is a plus but not a requirement. 

    Additional Information

    Questions can be directed to Associate Dean Debra Chopp at or 734-763-1948. We will begin reviewing applications immediately on a rolling basis and will accept applications until the position is filled.

    Michigan’s Clinical Fellows Program salaries and benefits are very competitive. The fellowship begins in August 2020. 

    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.

    U-M EEO/AA Statement

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

    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. Visit:

  • 25 Jul 2020 1:15 PM | Michael Murphy (Administrator)

    CARDOZO LAW SCHOOL is seeking applicants for a clinical fellowship for its Indie Film Clinic.  A full job description and application can be found here.  

    Position Summary:
    The primary mission of the Indie Film Clinic is to provide pro bono legal services to filmmakers and video journalists who aim to use visual advocacy to move the social justice needle. The Clinic seeks to train the next generation of transactional and intellectual property lawyers working in the public interest and to empower filmmakers and video journalists by increasing access to legal resources.

    The Clinic is uniquely situated at an intersection of several different areas of legal education. Through the Clinic's inter-disciplinary approach, students gain experience in a combination of transactional work, intellectual property issues, first amendment issues, and social justice issues and the arts. Future attorneys leave empowered to practice in these areas, and more broadly, to serve as agents of change in the legal profession.

    In addition to individual client representation, the Clinic engages in making access to legal information broadly accessible, including teaching workshops, educational programs and building online resources together with our community partners.

    Position Responsibilities:
    The Clinical Fellow, reporting to the Director of the Clinic, will provide support for the Indie Film Clinic’s client work by supervising the work of the clinic students in their client work, helping to manage the Clinic’s caseload over the summer and supervise student work on educational programs and training. The Clinical Fellow will also assist, as needed, in helping with various programmatic and administrative related matters, as requested by the Director.

    Experience & Educational Background:

    • A J.D. and an active New York bar membership and
    • At minimum of three years of legal experience

    Skills & Competencies:

    • Knowledge of transactional and intellectual property lawyering;
    • Ability and disposition to supervise law students and/or experience with formal mentoring and supervision of law students, beginning lawyers or other professionals;
    • Excellent research, analytical, communication, case management and writing skills;
    • Strong collaboration, mentoring, and facilitation skills;
    • Sense of humor and positive attitude.

  • 15 Jul 2020 4:57 PM | Michael Murphy (Administrator)

    THE UIC JOHN MARSHALL LAW SCHOOL, Chicago’s only public law school, is seeking a Staff Attorney for the International Human Rights Clinic (IHRC).

    The IHRC is dedicated to the protection of human rights in the U.S. and around the world. It advocates for human rights in international and domestic tribunals and other forums, as well as provide resources and research on human rights and engage in public education and outreach.

    The Staff Attorney is responsible for representing clients in asylum and human right cases, creating informational materials, and conducting community outreach. The Staff Attorney will also coordinate intakes and referrals, assist in case management, and supervise law students in the representation of clients and projects.

    The ideal candidate will be able to work in a fast-pace collaborative environment to serve clients and the community.

    A Juris Doctor from an ABA approved Law School is required as well as an active Illinois license, or ability to be admitted by motion to the Illinois Bar;  excellent time management and organization skills; and excellent interpersonal and collaboration skills. Preferred qualifications include a minimum of two (2) years of practice experience; experience in immigration law, human rights law, civil rights, or relevant field, and ability to communicate fluently in Spanish (written and oral).

    All full time benefits eligible positions include a comprehensive benefits package which include; Health, Dental, Vision, Life, Disability & AD&D insurance, a defined benefit pension plan as well as paid leave which includes Vacation, Holiday and Sick.  In addition, we offer tuition waivers for employees and dependents.  Click for a complete list of benefits at:

    For fullest consideration, submit a letter of intent, current resume, and the names of 3 references by July 31, 2020 to

    The University of Illinois at Chicago is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer.  Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

    The University of Illinois may conduct background checks on all job candidates upon acceptance of a contingent offer. Background checks will be performed in compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act.

  • 15 Jul 2020 2:30 PM | Michael Murphy (Administrator)


    IIJ Background

    Located on the beautiful, historic island of Malta, the International Institute for Justice and the Rule of Law (the IIJ) is a leading international hub for sustainable rule of law-based training and cross-cutting capacity-building for criminal justice sector stakeholders in Africa, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia.

    The IIJ was formed in 2014 with a governing board of 12 countries and the European Union to enhance the competencies of lawmakers, police, prosecutors, judges, corrections officials, and other criminal justice sector stakeholders to address terrorism and related transnational criminal activities within a rule of law framework. Since its inception, more than 5000 judges, prosecutors, investigators, parliamentarians, and other criminal justice practitioners from 123 countries have participated in over 150 IIJ programmes. As a key international institution in the field, the IIJ works tirelessly to enhance cooperation and information exchange among relevant authorities at the national, regional and international levels.

    Academic Unit Background

    The IIJ has developed a reputation for impact capacity-building for criminal justice practitioners challenged with fast evolving threats to international security. Following this success, the IIJ is now launching a one-of-a-kind Academic Unit to provide in-depth courses to criminal justice practitioners aimed at filling critical knowledge gaps necessary for successfully countering terrorism and transnational crime. Once fully operational, the Academic Unit will make a major contribution to the IIJ’s ecosystem of learning through foundational education and provide a resource for maintaining and expanding specialist knowledge in target areas.


    The Academic Unit will be designing and delivering courses for busy practitioners on the front lines in the fight against terrorism. Due to the current COVID-19 global pandemic, the Academic Unit is in the process of setting up an online eLearning platform (similar to the course management platforms that universities use for all of their courses). The IIJ will use this online platform to provide preparatory modules, based on a blended learning model. Face-to-face sessions are planned for 2021, with each session lasting two weeks. The Academic Unit courses will feature lecturettes, interactive online sessions, and other content on this online platform to advance learners’ knowledge of core issues if they cannot attend the in-person courses.

    In order to achieve a level of foundational knowledge on the subject matter, courses will be intensive and efficient. A wide variety of adult learning methods, including a high ratio of facilitated interactive/collaborative learning elements, such as case studies and simulations drawn from real-world cases, interactive seminars, small group exercises and presentations, and other dynamic learning activities will thus be explored and iterated for the initial student cohorts to achieve maximum impact.

    Resident Fellows will serve as the Academic Unit faculty and will be responsible for developing and delivering these practitioner courses. Fellows will work closely with the Academic Unit Director (their direct supervisor) and other Unit and IIJ staff to deliver an overall curriculum that best addresses practitioner needs and fills critical knowledge gaps relevant to the specific challenges of countering terrorism and transnational crime. To accomplish this, the Resident Fellows must innovate on approaches and learning methods, as well as collaborate with leading international specialists to create truly world-class learning experiences.

    The IIJ is a highly collaborative environment, and the Resident Fellows will work closely with the Unit’s dedicated back office staff on the preparation and execution of courses. The Resident Fellows will also be supported in their course work by a roster of international experts that may assist in the design and delivery of course elements and otherwise provide specialist support where needed.

    The successful applicants will also have an exciting opportunity to further elaborate the Unit’s scholarship and research agenda with the Director soon after arriving. While the initial focus of the Resident Fellows’ work will be launching the Unit’s initial courses, they will also be expected to advance scholarship in the field, including authoring/co-authoring publications and conducting relevant research to support IIJ objectives.


    The design and delivery of state-of-the-art courses necessitates a sophisticated understanding of the changing landscape of terrorism and the associated criminal justice challenges facing practitioners within the IIJ’s geographic focus regions. The ideal candidate will have developed strong practitioner-related experience in criminal law that can be directly leveraged to enrich the learning experience of the attendees.

    The candidate should demonstrate a criminal-legal practitioner background (i.e. prosecutor, judge, defence attorney/counsel), with a counter-terrorism focus, and have demonstrable criminal-justice-related teaching experience, including designing and executing complex, multi-method courses (e.g. a practitioner turned academic).

    Candidates should demonstrate an appreciation for the nuances of varying legal systems (i.e. common, civil, religious, hybrid) in the context of counter-terrorism, as the Unit’s target audiences will have heterogeneous backgrounds in this regard.

    As the Resident Fellows will be interfacing with stakeholders from all over the world, excellent cross-cultural communication skills are essential. We are looking for an energetic and dynamic individual, so applicants are strongly encouraged to highlight any rare or unique attributes that help them stand out – show us why you are special.

    It is essential to address the following:

    Academic/teaching/training qualifications:

    • Demonstrate why you are qualified to design and administer courses and lecture at this level, especially related to terrorism. Have you ever been involved with curriculum development? Have you ever been involved with on-line training? Have you trained practitioners? Lectured at university? Designed creative workshops? Are you a professor?
    • It would be preferable if you had an advanced academic degree (PhD/JD would be ideal) in law, criminology, criminal justice, or a related discipline, and a body of relevant academic publications.
    • How would you deliver an online course faced with IT/WIFI challenges in the IIJ geographic focus countries and regions?
    • Do you have a civil law background?

    Practitioner qualifications:

    • Since your attendees will be primarily mid-level practitioners, and the learning outcomes should be directly applicable to their work, it would be highly desirable if you were a current or former criminal justice practitioner (e.g. prosecutor, judge, defence attorney/counsel, etc.).
    • If you would not classify yourself as a current/former ‘practitioner’ per se, demonstrate how your experience with ‘practitioners’ should otherwise qualify you for this position.
    • The IIJ works with stakeholders from civil law, common law, and hybrid legal systems from Africa and Middle East, especially Sahel region, North Africa, Middle East and Horn of Africa, so share with us your experience in that regard.
    • Please highlight any relevant counter-terrorism experience.

    International experience:

    • Explain your experience working and collaborating in an international environment. Experience training officials from other countries is also desirable.


    • Full professional fluency in French is required. English language skills (i.e. at the level of leading academic/technical discussions and writing an academic paper with a limited number of grammatical errors is required). Arabic language skills are highly desirable. Indicate your fluency level.

    Cover Letter:

    Please focus your cover letter on answering two central questions:

    What about this position is attractive to you in this stage of your career?

    What core issues would you include and how does you experience show you have the necessary competencies to deliver an innovative online counter-terrorism curriculum for IIJ geographic focus civil law jurisdictions?

    Please be succinct and keep total wordcount to a maximum of 500 words.


    All interested applicants meeting the qualifications should submit a cover letter and resume/CV as soon as possible to the IIJ Executive Secretariat at BUNYANM@THEIIJ.ORG and BURIANENKOR@THEIIJ.ORG, clearly stating “RF_AU2019” in the subject line. The position will remain open until filled, and applications will be evaluated on a rolling basis.

  • 29 Jun 2020 4:45 PM | Kathryn Pierce Banks (Administrator)

    LOYOLA UNIVERSITY CHICAGO SCHOOL OF LAW is hiring a Post Graduate Teaching Fellow to join the Health Justice Project clinic and assist in starting a new medical-legal partnership with Loyola University Medical Center and Loyola Stritch School of Medicine. The Fellow will develop relationships with the Loyola Medicine Community Health & Well-Being staff, health science faculty, and health care providers at the Maywood Family Health Center; engage in outreach and training for health care providers, students, and patients; develop internal and external resources and materials; establish referral and information exchange protocols; and provide direct service representation and policy advocacy to low income patients and their community.  The Fellow will also work in collaboration with faculty, students, and volunteers from law, social work, medicine, nursing and public health to develop volunteer and curricular learning opportunities for students engaging in interprofessional practice. 

    The ideal applicant has legal practice experience in an MLP or other public interest law setting, has experience collaborating across professions, is an excellent public speaker and writer, is licensed in Illinois (or bar eligible) and has experience in one or more of the following areas of law: public benefits, disability, housing, advance care planning, guardianship, or family law. This position is a time limited two-year faculty fellow position, possibly renewable dependent on ongoing funding. 

    Review of applications will begin June 30, 2020 and continue until the position is filled. Position to begin September 1, 2020. Applicants are asked to submit (1) a letter of interest, (2) resume, and (3) the names and contact information for three references. 

    Please apply directly to the Loyola University HR system here: Any questions can be directed to: Kate Mitchell, Director, Health Justice Project, School of Law, Loyola University Chicago, by email

    Loyola University Chicago is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer with a strong commitment to hiring for our mission and diversifying our faculty. The University seeks to increase the diversity of its faculty, staff and student populations because broad diversity contributes to a robust academic environment and is critical to meeting the University’s commitment to excellence in education, research, educational access and services in an increasingly diverse society. As a Jesuit Catholic institution of higher education, we seek candidates who will contribute to our strategic plan to deliver a transformative education in the Jesuit tradition. Candidates should consult our website at to gain a clearer understanding of LUC’s mission. For information about the university’s focus on transformative education, please consult our website at All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.

  • 19 Jun 2020 3:35 PM | Kathryn Pierce Banks (Administrator)

    U.C. BERKELEY SCHOOL OF LAW, invites applications for

    Position: Clinical Supervising Attorney
    Program: New Business Community Law Clinic – U.C. Berkeley School of Law
    Salary Range: Starting at $90,131
    Term: Full-time (100%) one-year contract position, with the possibility of renewal.
    Anticipated start date: August 1, 2020

    Berkeley Law’s New Business Community Law Clinic (NBCLC) seeks to hire a Supervising Attorney to help (1) provide legal services, student supervision, educational programming, and also (2) oversee the development of assigned initiatives, particularly the Clinic’s Spanish language services provided to immigrant communities, and the Clinic’s online legal resource portal for entrepreneurs.

    Experiential Education is a central component of the Berkeley Law experience. Learning through practical application, and connecting the dots between the theories of the classroom and real-life lawyering, make Berkeley Law graduates particularly ready for practice. Clinics are courses that combine a focus on a particular subject area with hands-on work in the same area. The NBCLC Supervising Attorney will work closely with the Clinic Director to provide student supervision, teach clinic classes, and oversee the Clinic’s development in certain assigned program and community service areas.

    New Businesses will provide most of the economy’s new job growth in the coming years, but few can afford the legal consultation to help them start smart and steer clear of pitfalls. NBCLC addresses this need by creating rich learning experiences for budding transactional lawyers, who are linked with Bay Area and Central Valley business start-ups that cannot otherwise afford consultation. The Clinic offers students a chance to develop skills in transactional law under close mentorship from experienced lawyers, while also giving back to local communities. The NBCLC Supervising Attorney will work collaboratively with the Clinic’s Director and Teaching Fellow to connect students with low-income entrepreneurs in California’s East Bay (Alameda and Contra Costa Counties) and Central Valley.

    The Clinical Supervising Attorney’s primary responsibilities include:

    • Assisting the Clinic Director in supervising law students as they assist new entrepreneurs of limited
    means, and in particular, overseeing the Clinic’s provision of legal services in Spanish to immigrant
    • Collaborating with the Clinic’s Teaching Fellow to develop and expand the Clinic’s service outreach
    to low income communities of color in the East Bay and Central Valley;
    • Coordinating and supervising student participation in office hours and trainings at business
    incubators and other venues in the East Bay and the Central Valley;
    • Overseeing the development of the Clinic’s online legal resource portal for new entrepreneurs
    (, and supervising law students assisting with the development;
    • Assisting the Clinic Director and Teaching Fellow in teaching classes on the law related to new
    businesses; and
    • Assisting with other necessary aspects of the operation of the Clinic.

    Minimum Qualifications Required (at the time of application):

    • J.D. degree, or equivalent international degree

    Additional Qualifications (by the appointment start date):

    • License to practice law in the state of California (California State Bar passage)
    Preferred Qualifications:
    • 3-5 years of practice experience in transactional law-related areas;
    • Fluency in Spanish;
    • Experience in clinical teaching and training;
    • Demonstrated website and software skills;
    • Experience in working with community organizations;
    • Experience in Immigration Law

    Application Procedure: Please visit the following link to apply: A legal practice-related writing sample (such as a client memo, training powerpoint, or the equivalent) may be requested of top candidates. The position is open until filled.

    Letters of reference and copies of scholarly transcripts may be requested of top candidates. All letters will be treated as confidential per University of California policy and California state law. Please refer potential referees, including when letters are provided via a dossier service or career center, to the UC Berkeley statement of confidentiality ( prior to submitting their letters.

    The University offers excellent health and retirement benefits which can be viewed online at
    If you have questions about the position, please contact

    Berkeley Law is interested in candidates who will contribute to diversity and equal opportunity in higher education through their teaching or research. Qualified women and members of underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged to apply.

    The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age or protected veteran status. For the complete University of California nondiscrimination and affirmative action policy see:

  • 18 Jun 2020 5:28 PM | Kathryn Pierce Banks (Administrator)

    THE UIC JOHN MARSHALL LAW SCHOOL, Chicago’s only public law school, is seeking a Staff Attorney (Full-Time/Benefits Eligible) for the Community Enterprise & Solidarity Economy Clinic (CESEC).

    The CESEC represents worker-owned cooperative business, non-profit, or small business that operate for the benefit of underserved communities. CESEC clients often promote equity, practice democratic decision-making, and build sustainability in their neighborhoods.

    The Staff Attorney is responsible for representing clients in transactional and regulatory matters, creating informational materials, as well as conducting community workshops and education on topics related to business law or industry regulations with a focus of Social Equity Cannabis businesses and start-ups. The Staff Attorney will also supervise law students in the representation of clients.

    The ideal candidate will be able to work in a fast-pace collaborative environment to serve clients and the community and will also have a strong commitment to economic justice, racial justice, and client-centered lawyering. 

    A Juris Doctor from an ABA approved Law School is required as well as an active Illinois license, or ability to be admitted by motion to the Illinois Bar; excellent time management and organization skills; and excellent interpersonal and collaboration skills. A minimum of two (2) years of practice experience; experience in transactional law, non-profit law, community development law, economic development or community lawyering; and ability to communicate fluently in Spanish (written and oral) are highly preferred. 

    All full time benefits eligible positions include a comprehensive benefits package which include; Health, Dental, Vision, Life, Disability & AD&D insurance, a defined benefit pension plan as well as paid leave which includes Vacation, Holiday and Sick.  In addition, we offer tuition waivers for employees and dependents.  Click for a complete list of benefits at:

    For fullest consideration, submit a letter of intent, current resume, and the names of 3 references by July 20, 2020 to

    The University of Illinois at Chicago is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer.  Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. 

    The University of Illinois may conduct background checks on all job candidates upon acceptance of a contingent offer. Background checks will be performed in compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act.

  • 15 Jun 2020 2:22 PM | Kathryn Pierce Banks (Administrator)

    THE JUSTICE CENTER AT ALBANY LAW SCHOOL invites applications for a tenure-track position teaching in the Community Economic Development Clinic or a related transactional clinic.  The Community Economic Development Clinic delivers a clinical experience for law students interested in business and transactional practice exposing them to the legal needs of small businesses and nonprofit organizations. 

    The Community Economic Development Clinic provides brief advice, advocacy assistance, popular education, and full legal representation to start-up entrepreneurs and mission-based organizations from underrepresented and excluded communities in isolated urban and rural areas.  The Clinic provides assistance on a broad range of transactional and business law matters related to small business development including entity formation, contracts, commercial leases, real estate transactions, securities, tax, and intellectual property.

    In addition to representing clients, students in the Clinic participate in a weekly seminar addressing substantive legal issues related to fieldwork projects.  The seminar involves skills development components including interviewing, client counseling, and transactional lawyering-focused skills, such as negotiation, and drafting contracts, leases, and other business-related documents.

    The successful candidate will have teaching and caseload responsibilities based on a model of clinical teaching concentrating upon the education of participating students through the representation of real clients.  Appointment will be made at the entry-level position of Assistant Professor.  Candidates must demonstrate (1) an exceptional academic background, (2) a robust practice background, (3) a capacity for and a commitment to producing scholarship, and (4) a capacity for and a commitment to be an effective teacher in the classroom and to spend significant time outside of class working with students.

    Candidates are required to possess a J.D. degree from an ABA-accredited law school, and a minimum of 5 years of related work experience. Candidates with a JD/MBA, or other related graduate degree, a plus.  Must be admitted to practice in New York or eligible to be admitted to practice in New York. Experience with clinical pedagogy and/or in training, supervising, teaching and mentoring law students is a plus. Also required: Demonstrated commitment to fostering diversity and inclusion and building community; excellent interpersonal skills; excellent oral and written communication skills; and strong organizational skills. Candidates from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

    Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

    To apply, please submit cover letter, curriculum vitae, a list of publications, and the contact information for three references through Albany Law School’s Employment Opportunities Site.


    Albany Law School is an equal opportunity employer committed to recruitment and retention of a qualified and diverse workforce.


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