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  • 07 Sep 2012 8:45 PM | Anonymous

    The Mills Legal Clinic of Stanford Law School invites applicants for the staff attorney position with its Criminal Defense Clinic (“CDC”). The staff attorney will join the thriving clinical community at Stanford Law School where, together with the clinical faculty and staff, he or she will represent clients and train law students at one of the country’s leading institutions for legal scholarship and education.

    CDC is one of eleven clinics comprising the Mills Legal Clinic. The Stanford clinical program is unique in that students participate in a clinic on a full-time basis; the clinic is the only course a student takes during the term of enrollment. The Mills Legal Clinic occupies an entire floor in an award-winning central campus building opened in summer 2012.

    CDC focuses on introducing students to the discipline of indigent criminal defense practice. Students in the Criminal Defense Clinic represent indigent individuals accused of crimes in Santa Clara County and San Mateo County. The cases encompass a wide range of misdemeanor offenses and some of the more common charges include drug possession, assault, theft, and weapons possession.

    Students represent clients at all stages of criminal proceedings, including conducting fact investigation, interviewing witnesses, plea negotiations, working with experts, suppression motions, and trials. Students generally work in two-person teams and represent multiple clients during the term. CDC also includes a twice-weekly seminar. Seminar sessions focus on core lawyering skills and orientation to criminal defense practice.

     

    The staff attorney participates in all activities of the clinic. The attorney engages in supervision of students, interaction with county defender organizations and independent client representation. He or she will also assist the director with curriculum design, development of teaching materials, classroom teaching, student evaluation, and clinic operations.

    Mills Legal Clinic attorneys are part of the intellectual community within the clinical program and the Law School and university at large. For example, the staff attorney will be invited to attend weekly faculty workshops at which scholars from Stanford and throughout the world present research and works in progress. The clinic also provides resources for its lawyers to participate in continuing education and other professional development activities.

    Applicants for the staff attorney position must have at least three years experience in criminal defense practice in the California courts.  Specific experience in the counties of San Mateo or Santa Clara is desirable. Applicants must possess strong academic credentials and the organizational and team skills essential to law firm practice and clinic management. Successful teaching and student supervision experience or the demonstrated potential for such teaching and supervision are desirable but not required.

    Experience in the provision of services to low-income communities and Spanish language proficiency are additional plus factors. 

    The salary is based on a formula that is competitive with similar positions.

    Applicants should submit resumes through http://jobs.stanford.edu, referencing job number 49500.  Applications will be considered on a rolling basis until the position is filled.

    In addition, applicants should send the following materials to the addresses below:

    • a statement no longer than one page describing: (i) prior experience in criminal defense practice; (ii) other relevant experience; and (iii) information relevant to the applicant's interest and potential for clinical supervision and teaching
    • a resume
    • a list of at least three references
    • a complete law school transcript

    Applicants may send the materials electronically to Judy Gielniak, the Mills Legal Clinic administrative manager, at jgielniak@law.stanford.edu.  Hard copies may be sent to:


    Ronald Tyler

    Associate Professor of Law

    Director, Criminal Defense Clinic

    Stanford Law School

    Crown Quadrangle

    559 Nathan Abbott Way

    Stanford, CA 94305-8610
  • 07 Sep 2012 8:43 PM | Anonymous

    The Mills Legal Clinic of Stanford Law School invites applicants for the staff attorney position with its Religious Liberty Clinic (“RLC”).  The staff attorney will join the thriving clinical community at Stanford Law School where, together with the clinical faculty and staff, he or she will represent clients and help train law students at one of the country’s leading institutions for legal scholarship and education.

    The RLC is the newest of the eleven clinics comprising the Mills Legal Clinic, and is the only one of its kind in the country.  The RLC was launched in August 2012, and will be open to students in January 2013.  The Stanford clinical program is unique in that students participate in a clinic on a full-time basis; the clinic is the only course a student takes during the term of enrollment.  The Mills Legal Clinic occupies an entire floor in an award-winning central campus building opened earlier this year.

    The RLC will focus on developing professional skills in a dynamic way.  Specifically, students will be introduced to the “real practice of law” through their representation of a diverse group of clients in disputes arising from a wide range of religious beliefs, practices, and settings.  Projects might involve a prisoner facing obstacles to religious observance, a small church, synagogue, or mosque with zoning challenges, or a faith-based group seeking access to public facilities.  Students will learn and apply the laws affecting religious liberty, and will be expected to counsel individual or small institutional clients and litigate on their behalf with excellence, professionalism, and maturity.

    As a litigation-focused clinic, the RLC will involve administrative, trial, and appellate work.  Most administrative and trial work will take place in California, while appellate work will be done nationally.  Because the RLC is a new and unique project, near-term clinic activities will also include marketing, outreach, and development efforts.  

    The staff attorney will participate in all activities of the RLC, including client development, student supervision, and client representation.  The attorney will also assist the RLC’s director with curriculum design, teaching and evaluation matters, and clinic operations.  All Mills Legal Clinic attorneys are part of the intellectual community within the clinical program and the Law School and university at large.  For example, the staff attorney will be invited to attend weekly workshops at which scholars from Stanford and throughout the world present works in progress.  The clinic also provides resources for its lawyers to participate in continuing education and other professional development activities.

    Applicants for the staff attorney position should have at least three years of litigation experience, preferably at the trial level, and be a member of the California bar (or be willing to take the next-offered California bar exam).  Applicants must possess strong academic credentials, an interest in religious liberty, and organizational and team skills essential to helping run what is, in essence, a small law firm.  Successful teaching and/or student supervision experience or the demonstrated potential for such skills are desirable. 

    The salary is based on a formula that is competitive with similar positions.

    Applicants should submit their resumes through http://jobs.stanford.edu, referencing job number 49499.  Applicants should also send the following materials electronically to Judy Gielniak, Mills Legal Clinic administrative manager, at jgielniak@law.stanford.edu:

    • a statement no longer than one page describing the applicant’s: (i) prior litigation or other relevant experience; (ii) interest in religious liberty; and (iii) interest and potential for clinical supervision and teaching;
    • a resume
    • a list of at least three references
    • a complete law school transcript
    Applications will be considered on a rolling basis until the position is filled.
  • 02 Sep 2012 9:42 AM | Anonymous
    The Hofstra Law School, located in Hempstead, NY, is seeking to hire a Clinical Professor to teach and supervise its Criminal Justice Clinic.  The Hofstra Law Clinic was established in 1973 and is a vibrant and integral part of the Law School.  The Law School has 6 additional clinics, including Political Asylum, Community and Economic Development, Law Reform Advocacy, Child Advocacy, Mediation, and Securities Arbitration.
     
    The Criminal Justice Clinic currently represents clients in misdemeanor cases in Nassau and Queens County and has a sterling reputation in the community and in the courts.  The successful applicant will offer a vision for the future direction of the clinic that includes an integration of direct advocacy, law reform, community outreach, and public policy work.  S/he will be expected to integrate the clinic into the overall law school curriculum, including collaboration with non-clinical members of the faculty.  The Clinical Professor will be responsible for all aspects of running the Clinic, including: course planning and teaching, client selection, supervision and mentoring of law students in representing clients, clinic administration, and community education and outreach.  If so desired, the Clinical Professor can also teach non-clinical course offerings.
     
    Hofstra’s Clinical Professors are subject to the following standards of review and promotion:  an initial contract of two years, two additional two-year reappointments, followed by five-year long-term contracts, assuming all standards of review have been satisfied.  Clinical Professors are eligible to serve on all faculty governance committees, attend faculty meetings, and may vote on all matters except appointments, reappointments, and promotion.  Our Clinical Faculty benefit from generous support for scholarship and pedagogical innovation, as well as being part of an active and engaged NYC-area clinical community. All Clinical Professors are warmly encouraged to participate in faculty workshops, conferences, and other aspects of academic life at the Law School, including the bi-monthly meetings of an energetic and supportive clinical faculty.
     
    The Law School seeks an applicant with demonstrated experience in criminal law.  Clinical teaching experience is highly desirable.  New York bar membership or eligibility and willingness to seek admission on motion is required.  Salary and title are commensurate with experience.
     
    Hofstra University is an equal opportunity employer, committed to fostering diversity in its faculty, administrative staff and student body, and encourages applications from the entire spectrum of a diverse community.
     
    To apply, send a cover letter, resume, writing sample, and list of references, via email only, to the attention of Elizabeth Gioia at Elizabeth.Young@hofstra.edu. The deadline for submission is September 28, 2012.
  • 02 Sep 2012 9:04 AM | Anonymous

    About UNH School of Law:  Founded in 1973 to encourage innovation in legal education, the University of New Hampshire School of Law has an enrollment of approximately 350 JD students and 40 LLM and interdisciplinary master’s degree  students.  Students come from many states and countries around the world and study in a close-knit, cooperative environment.  The curriculum emphasizes an intensive, practice-based approach involving many opportunities for hands-on learning, including externships.  In recent years, approximately 75% of the JD students have participated in the program, and many students have externed at multiple placements. In addition to part-time placements, the program allows students to extern for a full semester in any type of legal setting where there is breadth and depth of legal work, and a commitment to the student’s education during the placement. The school also has an extensive in-house clinical program.


    Job Description:  Reporting to the Dean and the Associate Dean of the Law School, the Externship Director is responsible for providing vision and leadership, and bringing an entrepreneurial approach in the development of the Externship Program.  Specific responsibilities include:

    Essential Job Functions

    1.     Responsibility for overall design and operation of the externship program, including the program’s fit in the overall educational program for JD students, insuring high quality placements and compliance with ABA rules.

    2.     Work collaboratively with Assistant Director in the design and operation of the program including the following components.  

                A. Develop and teach a class focused on the development of a professional identity and                               lawyering skills.

    B.      Communicate with and counsel students about the wide variety of options for the practice of law, and help them focus on areas of interest and strengths.

    C.     Help students’ secure appropriate residencies/externships.  Such placements include all types of legal practice, including private firms and industry.

    D.    Mentor students as they develop a professional identity and their lawyering skills.

    E.     Work with students to develop individual learning plans for their externship semester(s).

    F.     Review of weekly written submissions from students about the experience at their placements.

    G.     Communicate with placement supervisors on a regular basis about student’s progress.

    H.     Regular communications with the bar and bench, especially focused on UNH alumni and IP practitioners to help secure new and appropriate placements for students.

    I.      Arrange for and visit students enrolled in program.

     

    Other Job Functions

    1.   General faculty responsibilities as assigned.

    2.  Work with administration to determine appropriate staffing for the educational and administrative aspects of the program.

    3.   Supervise administrative staff to insure records of the work with each student in the program.

    4.  Provide reports to Deans and faculty as requested and appropriate.

    5.  Communicate with faculty at other law schools, including attending and participating in appropriate conferences.

    6.  Help publicize the UNH law externship program.

    7. Regular communications with the professional development team, including career services and academic advising about general program and specific advice to individual students.

    8.  Develop and manage budget for department.

    9.  Interest in producing writings, including but not limited to academic scholarship focused on practical education for training new lawyers.

    10.  Ability to and willingness to teach in the program year round.


    Appointment:  This is a tenure track/tenure or long-term security faculty position.  Rank and salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience, and the position includes a comprehensive benefit package.  Anticipated start date for this position is July 1, 2013.

    Application:   Please send letters of interest and CVs to faculty.appointments@law.unh.edu.  Address letters to Kimberly Kirkland, Chair, Appointments Committee.

    Requirements:  Qualifications for this position include:

    ·      A minimum of 5 years experience as a practicing lawyer.

    ·      Strong interest in all aspects of legal practice and the profession.

    ·      Clinical or externship teaching experience strongly preferred.

    ·      Excellent interpersonal skills, including great listening skills and ability to work with students at time of high stress in their lives.

    ·      Ability to and interest in travel.

    ·      Ability to utilize Word is necessary and Excel, strongly preferred.

    Ability to use TWEN or other technology for delivery of online education.
  • 27 Aug 2012 4:28 PM | Anonymous
    The University of California, Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco, California invites applications from both entry-level and lateral candidates for what we hope will be two full-time, clinical tenure-track faculty positions to begin in July 2013.  
     
    One of the clinical positions is to launch and teach an in-house business transactional clinic as well as a hybrid or out-placement clinic in which students are supervised by pro bono private attorneys. The in-house clinic was initially designed to represent social enterprises (a relatively new corporate form in California) and nonprofits, but we are open to any client base or substantive focus that provides students with meaningful transactional business lawyering opportunities. The hybrid or outplacement clinic will place students under the supervision of pro bono private attorneys to advise early-stage, start-up technology companies.
     
    The substantive area of the second in-house clinical position is open, and might include civil litigation, community economic development, family law/domestic violence, policy advocacy, or tax. We invite applications for this second position now, although we may not have budgetary clarity on its availability until January 2013.
     
    Clinical tenure at UC Hastings brings full voting and governance rights with similar scholarly publication expectations as our non-clinical colleagues.
     
    To apply, please email a cover letter, CV, electronic copies of publications and/or works in progress, and a summary of your scholarly agenda to Profs. Jo Carrillo (carrillo@uchastings.edu) and John Diamond (diamond@uchastings.edu), co-chairs of our faculty appointments committee. Feel free to direct any preliminary inquiries or suggestions of candidates to Ascanio Piomelli (piomelli@uchastings.edu).
     
    UC Hastings is committed to a policy of equal opportunity in every aspect of its operations and does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, disability, age, sex or sexual orientation.
     
    UC Hastings is also a WASC-accredited institution and is dedicated to outcomes-based education and assessment.
  • 21 Aug 2012 10:25 PM | Anonymous
    The University of Richmond School of Law seeks a full-time clinical faculty member to develop, run, and teach a clinic that would provide non-litigation legal services to small businesses, entrepreneurs, non-profits, authors, and artists on business transactions and intellectual property issues.  The Clinical Professor will play a major role in determining the clinic’s specific emphasis and operation.
     
    The Law School has four other in-house clinics, over 60 external clinical placements, and a well-developed, structured, sequential skills oriented curriculum.  The Law School is also home to the Intellectual Property Institute, which comprises three full-time research faculty members, that offers more than a dozen courses in intellectual property and a certificate program for J.D. students.  The Law School also participates in the United States Patent and Trademark Office’s Law School Clinic Certification Pilot Program.
     
    Required qualifications for this position include a law degree, a license to practice in Virginia (or a willingness to become licensed), and significant experience in business transactions, small business start-ups, and intellectual property issues.  Entrepreneurial spirit and substantial organizational skills are a must.  Prior teaching experience is a plus but not required.
     
    This is a non-tenure track, renewable contract position.  Salary and benefits will be commensurate with experience and scope of responsibilities assumed.  Starting date is flexible.  Interested applicants should send a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and list of references to ccotropi@richmond.edu.
     
    The University of Richmond is committed to developing a diverse workforce and student body and to supporting an inclusive campus community.
  • 17 Aug 2012 5:17 PM | Laura McNally-Levine

     

    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

                            dcoursel@uwyo.edu

                            307-766-3118

     

    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 5:56 PM | Anonymous
    Cornell University Law School invites applications for a position as a clinical faculty member teaching an International Human Rights Clinic, one of several core clinics
    that make up Cornell Law School's Clinical Programs (www.lawschool.cornell.edu/academics/clinicalprogram/int-human­ rights/index.cfm).
     
    Application  procedure:
    Submit, electronically, a cover letter describing your interest and experience working as part of a clinical law environment, a current resume or curriculum vitae,  and contact information  for three references who can comment  on your legal skills, academic performance or practice experience to John  Blume, Professor of Law and Director of Clinical, Advocacy and Skills Programs,  jb94@cornell.edu.
     
    Applicant  criteria:
    •    Applicants must  hold a J.D. degree or equivalent from an accredited institution.
    •    Applicants must  be licensed to practice law in the  United States.
    •    Applicants must  have expertise and substantial practice experience in the area  of international human  rights.
     
    Cornell encourages applications from those committed to equal opportunity and diversity.  Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.
     
     
     
    •    Cornell University Law School - Civil Legal Services Clinic – Clinical Faculty Member
     
    Cornell University Law School invites applications for a position as a clinical faculty member teaching a Civil Legal Services Clinic serving local indigent populations in Cornell Law School's Clinical Programs.
     
    Application  procedure:
    Submit, electronically, a cover letter describing your interest and experience working as part of a clinical law environment, a current resume or curriculum  vitae,  and contact information  for three  references who can comment  on your legal skills, academic performance or practice experience to John Blume, Professor of Law and Director of Clinical, Advocacy and Skills Programs, jb94@cornell.edu.

    Applicant criteria:
    •    Applicants must hold a J.D. degree or equivalent from an accredited institution.
    •   Applicants must be admitted to the New York Bar (preferred) or the bar of another state and be able to waive in or be willing to take the NY Bar Exam.
    •   Applicants must demonstrate expertise and substantial  practice experience in the area of civil legal services for indigent populations.
     
    Cornell encourages applications from those committed to equal opportunity and diversity.  Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.
  • 16 Aug 2012 5:49 PM | Anonymous

                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

                            dcoursel@uwyo.edu

                            307-766-3118

     

                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 | Anonymous

    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 lawfac@stjohns.edu )

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