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  • 16 May 2012 9:53 AM | Anonymous
    The Mills Legal Clinic of Stanford Law School invites applicants for the staff attorney position with its Organizations and Transactions Clinic (“O&T”). 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.
    O&T is one of ten 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.
    O&T focuses on introducing students to the disciplines and materials of corporate practice. The clinic provides students with opportunities to engage in corporate and transactional work for established Northern California nonprofit organizations. Clients typically generate $500,000 - $10 million or more in annual revenues. O&T targets organizations working in sustainable agriculture, food security and food system reform, human services, and the education, youth development, and economic empowerment fields. The clinic currently has clients in eleven Northern California counties.
    O&T’s practice centers on corporate governance, contract and risk management matters. Students provide governance advice and documents, draft contract and management materials, assist with transactions, and analyze operating programs and contractual arrangements. Students generally work in two-person teams and represent
    3 - 4 clients during the term. Clinic points of emphasis include close reading, methodical analysis, effective collaboration, efficient writing, and crisp execution. O&T also includes a twice-weekly seminar. Seminar sessions focus on client projects and orientation to corporate practice. Classes include review of contract, transaction management, disclosure, and other documents encountered in a sophisticated commercial practice. Guest speakers, including executives and general counsels, regularly join the class. As part of introduction to practice, students explore how lawyers can serve community as well as commercial organizations through pro bono, board service, and other activities.
    The staff attorney participates in all activities of the clinic. The attorney engages in client development, supervision of students, and independent client representation. He or she will have an opportunity to develop expertise in specific areas and build a practice. The attorney also assists 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 practice experience in sophisticated transactional work in a law firm or in-house setting. Applicants must possess strong academic credentials and the organizational and team skills essential to transactional practice and clinic management. Successful teaching and student supervision experience or the demonstrated potential for such teaching and supervision are desirable but not required. Exposure to intellectual property, nonprofit and real estate law, and service as a board member, employee, or volunteer at a nonprofit organization or business, are additional plus factors.
    The salary is based on a formula that is competitive with similar positions.
    Applicants should submit resumes through, referencing job number 47681.  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 corporate and transactional 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  Hard copies may be sent to:
    Jay A. Mitchell
    Associate Professor of Law
    Director, Organizations and Transactions Clinic
    Stanford Law School
    Crown Quadrangle
    559 Nathan Abbott Way
    Stanford, CA 94305-8610
  • 16 May 2012 9:44 AM | Anonymous
    Western State University College of Law (Fullerton, CA), Tenure-Track Position for Clinician

    Western State University College of Law seeks to fill a tenure-track position for an Assistant or Associate Professor of Law to develop, teach and supervise in a new in-house, live-client clinic.  We invite candidates from a broad range of subject matter areas whose vision of clinical legal education is consistent with the College of Law’s mission of training future practitioners, and we particularly welcome candidates with an interest in developing a clinic in the areas of family law, employment law, or elder law.  Candidates with an interest in teaching doctrinal classes, in particular Evidence and Family Law, are also strongly encouraged to apply.  Ultimately, we seek the best candidates to enhance and expand our existing program, which includes an in-house immigration law clinic as well as civil and criminal externship programs.  

    We seek applicants with prior clinical teaching experience, a distinguished academic record, and either a record of scholarly publication or demonstrated potential to become a strong scholar.  Applicants must either be a member of the California bar or willing to gain admission as soon as practicable after appointment.  The search will be conducted in the 2012-2013 academic year, with the expectation that clinic will launch during the 2013-2014 academic year.

    The College of Law is located in Fullerton, California.  Successful candidates will join the College of Law at an exciting time in its development as it expands its faculty and program offerings.  The College of Law is fully accredited by the American Bar Association and is an equal opportunity employer.

    Inquiries may be directed to the Chair of the Faculty Appointments Committee for 2012-2013, Jennifer Lee Koh, Assistant Professor of Law and Director of the Immigration Clinic, at or (714) 459-1136.
  • 18 Apr 2012 2:59 PM | Laura McNally-Levine

    The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Law seeks an experienced, versatile legal practitioner with a passion for justice and teaching to help launch and supervise a new Consumer Financial Transactions ( CFT ) Clinic. UNC-Law's Clinical Programs have a long and proud history of providing high quality, free legal representation to under-resourced individuals, organizations and communities in North Carolina while training the state's next generation of lawyers. The CFT Clinic will be UNC-Law's sixth in-house, live-client clinical program. The CFT Clinic supervisor will be hired as a 12-month per year, fixed-term faculty member. S/he will be hired on a one-year renewable contract. UNC-Law has guaranteed funding for the CFT Clinic and the faculty supervisor for a period of four years. The CFT Clinic supervisor will report to the Director of Clinical Programs and will plan, launch, and supervise a clinic in which law students will represent low- and moderate-income clients who hold home mortgages that are at risk of foreclosure or are being foreclosed upon. The Clinic will also represent clients in other consumer financial matters such as abusive practices related to credit cards, short-term loans, student loans, and check-cashing services, and unfair debt collection practices. Proposed start date is 07/15/2012.


    Education Requirements:

    Applicants must have a Juris Doctor from an accredited law school.


    Qualifications and Experience:

    The ideal candidate will have a minimum of five years' practice experience and either experience or a demonstrated interest in teaching. S/he will have a background in representing under-resourced clients in mortgage foreclosure cases as well as other consumer financial transactions. The CFT Clinic supervisor must be, or become prior to starting the position, licensed to practice law in the State of North Carolina. S/he will also be flexible and adaptable and able to work a as a member of a team in a fast-paced law clinic environment.


    Special Instructions:

    Review of applications will begin immediately, and the position is open until filled. Please visit to apply for this position. Candidates must upload both a cover letter and resume as part of their application for this position. All questions should be directed to Thomas Kelley, Professor of Law and Director of Clinical Programs, by email at (no phone calls, please). For more information about UNC School of Law, please visit our website at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an Equal Opportunity Employer.



    If you experience any problems accessing the system or have questions about the application process, please contact the University's Equal Employment Opportunity Office at (919) 966-3576 or send an email to

  • 16 Apr 2012 2:23 PM | Anonymous
    Loyola University Chicago School of Law invites applications for the post-graduate ChildLaw Policy Clinical Teaching Fellowship.  This two-year Fellowship, a non-tenure track faculty position, will commence in July 2012.
    Under the direction of the director of the ChildLaw Policy Institute, housed in the Civitas ChildLaw Center at Loyola's School of Law, the Fellowship provides an opportunity for a recent law school graduate to gain experience in the area of clinical law teaching specific to policy and legislative reform.  The Clinical Fellow will work closely with the Policy Institute's director, participating in the Institute's policy initiatives.  The Policy Institute works on a broad range of projects related to children, including child protection, juvenile justice, domestic violence and children's health through policy reform, legislative advocacy, research and training.  The Fellow also will participate in the development of course curriculum for the Childlaw Policy and Legislation Clinic and may have the opportunity to participate in teaching and supervision of students involved in other childlaw classes.  The Fellow will be encouraged to develop independent areas of interest, consistent with the mission of the ChildLaw Policy Institute.
    Criteria for Selection:  Preference will be given to recent law school graduates with experience in legislative and policy research and analysis on the state and federal level and familiarity with the legislative process; a demonstrated interest in the field of child law; and an interest in pursuing a career in clinical law teaching.  Candidates with at least two years of practice experience are preferred.   Must possess excellent communication and writing skills.  
    Selection Process:  Application materials should be postmarked by May 15, 2012 and should be submitted to Griselda Sanchez, Loyola ChildLaw Center, 25 E. Pearson St., Suite 1100, Chicago, Illinois 60611.  Applications should include a short statement describing the candidate's reasons for applying for the fellowship, a current resume, a law school transcript, three references, two letters of recommendation, and a writing sample.  A current resume must also be submitted through Loyola's career site (
    For more information, contact Professor Anita Weinberg, Director of the Loyola ChildLaw Policy Institute, at (312) 915-6482, email
  • 12 Apr 2012 7:31 PM | Anonymous
    Villanova University School of Law is seeking applications for a Clinical Teaching Fellow to work in our Clinical Program from July 1, 2012, or as soon as possible, through July 2013, with a possibility of extension to July 2014.

    The fellow will co-teach the Farmworker Legal Aid Clinic with Professor Beth Lyon. The Farmworker Clinic provides civil legal services to migrant workers, specializing in employment and immigration litigation. More information about this clinic can be found at while more information about Villanova’s dynamic Clinical Program is available at

    This fellowship provides a unique opportunity for individuals to learn about legal education in a clinical setting. The Fellow will work closely with the director of the clinic and share responsibility for designing and teaching classes, supervising students in their representation of clients, and other matters. The Fellow will also cover the Farmworker Clinic caseload over the summer and during school breaks and will conduct case intake for the clinic. The Fellow will work closely with all of our experienced clinicians and other fellows, and will interact with students in the law school’s other clinics, which focus on asylum, federal tax law, health law and a broad range of poverty related civil matters. The Fellow will also enjoy opportunities for external training and professional development. Resources and mentoring are available for scholarly research and writing.

    Applicants must have excellent oral and written communication skills, a commitment to public interest or pro bono legal work, a minimum of three (3) years of relevant legal practice experience, the ability to work both collaboratively and independently, and a demonstrated interest in and aptitude for student supervision and teaching. Applicants should have an interest in pursuing an academic career. Former fellows have moved on to positions at Chapman University School of Law, Rutgers School of Law-Camden, the University of Cincinnati College of Law, the University of Tennessee College of Law and the University of Pennsylvania Law School. Spanish-speaking ability is highly desirable. Applicants must be qualified to be licensed in Pennsylvania.
    Please send by email or hard copy a resume, a letter of interest, a writing sample, and the names and contact information for at least 3 professional references to Patricia Brown, Paralegal and Clinic Office Administrator, Villanova School of Law, 299 N. Spring Mill Road, Villanova, PA 19085, Inquiries about the position can also be sent to Professor Dveera Segal, Director of the Clinical Program, at 610-519-6417 or

    We will begin reviewing applications as soon as they are received and we will continue to review applications on a rolling basis.

    Villanova University is an Augustinian Catholic liberal arts institution with liberal arts and graduate programs in the western suburbs of Philadelphia. It is an equal opportunity employer and invites applications from all interested persons.
  • 12 Apr 2012 7:05 PM | Anonymous
    Northwestern University School of Law invites applications for a clinical assistant professor position beginning in the 2012-2013 academic year in the Bluhm Legal Clinic’s Roderick MacArthur Justice Center and for the position of Staff Attorney at the Justice Center.  We seek applicants for this staff attorney and faculty position with distinguished academic records and a strong, demonstrated commitment to practicing in the area of civil rights and working on criminal justice policy issues.   
    The Bluhm Legal Clinic currently includes clinical faculty teaching in its Roderick MacArthur Justice Center, Children and Family Justice Center, The Center on Wrongful Convictions, The Center on International Human Rights, the Small Business Opportunity Center, and other clinical programs that include appellate advocacy, criminal defense, civil litigation (predatory lending cases, civil suits arising from wrongful convictions, an landlord tenant cases), externship, negotiations and trial advocacy.
    Northwestern University School of Law is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer and encourages nominations of and applications from women and minority candidates.
    Applications must be submitted by May 15, 2012. Please send your curriculum vitae and cover letter to Locke Bowman at
  • 12 Apr 2012 6:42 PM | Anonymous
    Fordham’s Community Economic Development Clinic is offering a Teaching Fellowship starting August 2012.  The Fellow will work with experienced CED practitioner Brian Glick.  S/he will help supervise students in client representation and co-teach the CED Clinic seminar and is expected to participate actively in the life of our clinical program and law school.  We expect the Fellow to be with us for two years.
    Fordham’s CED Clinic represents New York City groups fighting for social justice in low-income communities of color and low-wage, predominantly immigrant workforces.  As their general counsel the clinic helps sustain effective organizations and build institutions--health clinics, childcare centers, worker-owned enterprises--that empower their participants while providing desperately needed services and opportunities.  The clinic supports neighborhood efforts to shape development, limit gentrification and win community benefits agreements.  It also assists small grassroots groups with incorporation, bylaws and tax exemption.   Students learn transactional business lawyering in a nonprofit social justice setting.
    We seek an attorney with at least two years’ experience, preferably more, who is interested in pursuing a career in clinical teaching.  Spanish fluency and transactional or social justice lawyering experience preferred.  Fordham is an equal opportunity employer.  Lawyers from the types of communities served by the CED Clinic are especially encouraged to apply.
    The Fellow will receive a competitive stipend with full benefits and research support.
    To apply, please e-mail a resume and letter of interest to  Applications will be considered on a rolling basis.
    For further information, contact Candice Adams,, 212.636.7058.
  • 09 Apr 2012 8:07 PM | Anonymous

    North Carolina Central University School of Law invites nominations and applications for the position of Dean of the School of Law. 

    Established in 1939, the mission of the North Carolina Central University School of Law is to provide a challenging and broad-based educational program designed to stimulate intellectual inquiry of the highest order, and to foster in each student a deep sense of professional responsibility and personal integrity so as to produce competent and socially responsible members of the legal profession.  Currently, the school has approximately 36 full-time faculty members and a student body population of 534 students.

    The North Carolina Central University School of Law is fully accredited by the North Carolina State Bar Council and the American Bar Association, and is a member of the Association of American Law Schools.

    North Carolina Central University is a comprehensive university that offers programs at the undergraduate, graduate, and first-professional degree levels, with an enrollment of more than 8,500 students.  Over the next several years, the University expects to enhance the quantity of its master’s degree offerings and to establish a number of selected doctoral programs.  North Carolina Central University is one of sixteen constituent institutions of the University of North Carolina System.  U.S. News and World Report has rated NCCU as the best public HBCU in the country for the last two years and the Law School is rated as the ninth most popular law school nationally.

    The Dean of the Law School is expected to have the following:  expertise in legal education, understanding of pedagogy and a commitment to experiential education; strong communication, interpersonal and leadership skills; proven experience in resource development; and knowledge of and commitment to the mission of the School of Law.  The Dean will report to the Provost and Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs and will serve as the chief academic, fiscal and administrative officer for the School of Law.

    Application review will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.  Please submit all nominations and applications to Carla Logan at  Applications should include a letter of interest and curriculum vitae.

     North Carolina Central University is an Equal Opportunity Employer
  • 09 Apr 2012 7:34 PM | Anonymous
    The Civil Legal Clinic located at the Univ. of Miss. School of Law seeks to fill two legal counsel positions. These are professional positions, within a non-profit office and legal clinic, in which the incumbent manages and litigates civil cases, supervises and instructs law students in the practice of law, participates in policy research projects, and provides a variety of programmatic and administrative support in the Clinic. Please apply at <> if interested. Contact Desiree Hensley at 662-915-6896 if you need more information. The University of Mississippi is an EEO/AA/Title IV/Title IX/Section 504/ADA/ADEA employer.
  • 05 Apr 2012 8:09 PM | Anonymous
    Tenure-Track Position: Clinical Professor of Law to be associated with the
    Community & Economic Development Clinic at Yale Law School

    Basic Description
    Yale Law School invites applications for a clinical professor of law to work in its Community and Economic Development (CED) Clinic. The professorship will be a tenure-track position with the potential of clinical tenure.

    Nature of Position
    The CED Clinic offers students the opportunity to engage in meaningful economic development initiatives and transactional lawyering experiences across a range of practice areas under close faculty supervision. The clinic has been interdisciplinary in nature, bringing together students from the law, business, architecture, forestry, and divinity schools at Yale. Students represent community organizations, coalitions, nonprofits, community financial institutions, local government, and small businesses. They work in regulatory, transactional, business and strategic capacities. Projects often involve legislative advocacy and policy research and development and may expose
    students to: formation and governance of for-profit and not-for-profit entities; strategic planning and decision-making, negotiating and drafting contracts; developing employment and other policies; structuring real estate transactions; assessing the financial feasibility of proposed projects; securing funding from federal, state, local, and private sources; and resolving zoning and environmental issues. Current projects include efforts to promote community banking in New Haven, to combat foreclosure, and to encourage real estate development on behalf of community development corporations. The clinical professor will oversee development of clinic transactional projects, provide direct supervision of students in the clinic, work with other supervising attorneys in the clinic, and teach a seminar accompanying the clinical fieldwork.

    Basic Requirements
    Applicants should have significant experience in transactional legal work. This may include experience in some or all of the following: real estate development; entity formation; and banking law. Candidates must be prepared to apply for admission to the Connecticut bar. Applicants should have outstanding legal writing skills, high ethical standards, sound judgment, and the ability to motivate and train law students and promote teamwork.

    Additional Requirements
    Highly desirable attributes that the appointments committee will consider
    (1) Prior law school teaching experience.
    (2) A track record of previous publications in community economic development law and practice, and a demonstrated commitment to scholarship.

    Interested candidates should send a cover letter and c.v. to Beth Barnes at


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