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  • 05 Apr 2012 8:00 PM | Anonymous
    Tenured or Tenure-Track Position: Clinical Professor of Law and Director of the
    Community & Economic Development Clinic at Yale Law School

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

    Nature of Position
    The CED Clinic will offer students the opportunity to engage in applied policy making related to economic development in the New Haven area as well as potentially in other communities in the region. A major goal of the clinic will be to instruct students in the design, feasibility, implementation and evaluation of a variety of economic development interventions and initiatives. The clinic is 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. The clinical professor will direct the Ludwig Center for Community and Economic Development, which works at the intersection of law, policy, entrepreneurship, economics, and
    social innovation to research and design creative, testable, and scalable solutions to community development challenges at the local, national, and global levels. In addition, the clinical professor will oversee development of clinic projects, provide direct supervision of students in the clinic, work with other supervising attorneys in the clinic, and teach a seminar on economic development policy.

    Basic Requirements
    Applicants should have significant experience in policy experience related to economic
    development. This may include experience related the design, implementation or evaluation of government policies or private or NGO initiatives to stimulate economic development. It may include transactional 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
  • 05 Apr 2012 7:53 PM | Anonymous
    The University of California, Irvine School of Law invites applications for a full-time visiting clinical faculty position for a one-year period (with a possibility for renewal for a second year) beginning July 1, 2012 for a new Consumer Protection Clinic. The Consumer Protection Clinic will aid the California Monitor, appointed March 16, 2012, who provides advice and support to the California Attorney General in enforcing the landmark $25 billion national mortgage settlement. UCI Law Professor Katherine Porter serves as the California Monitor; she will co-teach the Consumer Protection Clinic with the visiting professor.
    The visiting clinical faculty member will have primary responsibility for clinical teaching and supervision of student work, which is anticipated to include improving implementation of the settlement relief, assessing bank compliance with the settlement, and responding to consumer complaints about bank conduct. Clinic students will be exposed to how lawyers design and execute compliance strategies, the challenges of aiding consumers in financial trouble, and the complex roles of a state Attorney General. Students will develop a range of legal skills, including investigation, client interviewing, negotiation, and legal analysis. The substantive law related to the Clinic’s work will likely include, in addition to consumer law, areas such as contract law, property law, banking law, accounting, and complex litigation.
    The School of Law offers the Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree through an innovative curriculum that includes in-depth study of legal doctrine, emphasizes experiential learning and clinical experience, and provides the professional training in lawyering skills necessary for the practice of law at the highest level of the profession.  A hallmark of the School is that every student is required to have a clinical experience or equivalent in order to graduate.   For more information, visit
    Applicant Criteria:
    --Applicants must hold a J.D. degree or equivalent from an accredited institution, be an active member of the California bar in good standing by August 15, 2012, and have demonstrated potential for outstanding clinical teaching. An outstanding academic background and relevant experience in practice are expected.
    --Applicants with at least five years practice experience and some clinical law teaching experience preferred.  Practice experience in the areas of consumer advocacy, financial institutions, mediation or negotiation, debt collection, poverty law, and/or community economic development desirable.  Applicants should be committed to an innovative curriculum that combines experiential learning with interdisciplinary and theoretical teaching.
    --We encourage applications from those committed to equal opportunity and diversity.
    --Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.
    All applicants should submit a cover letter describing teaching and practice areas of interest and curriculum vitae, using UC Irvine’s on-line application system, RECRUIT, located at
    Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.  To ensure full consideration, applications and supporting material should be received by April 18, 2012.
    The University of California, Irvine School of Law is an equal opportunity employer committed to excellence through diversity and strongly encourages applications from all qualified applicants, including women and minorities. UCI is responsive to the needs of dual-career couples, is dedicated to work-life balance through an array of family-friendly policies, and is the recipient of an NSF Advance Award for gender equity.
  • 05 Apr 2012 7:49 PM | Anonymous
    Loyola University Chicago School of Law is seeking applications for the Salisbury Clinical Fellowship in Child and Family Law.  Loyola's ChildLaw program is offering this two-year Fellowship, to commence in July of 2012.  The Fellowship will provide a unique opportunity for a recent law school graduate to gain experience in both clinical law teaching and litigation in the field of child law.  The Clinical Fellow will work closely with the ChildLaw Clinic Faculty, assisting in the representation of clients, the supervision of students, and the development of course curriculum.
    The Salisbury Fellow will share responsibility with the Clinic Director and Associate Director for the ChildLaw Clinic.  The Clinic affords representation primarily to child clients, in the areas of child protection, child custody, and juvenile delinquency.  The Fellow will assist with the supervision of law students in their representation of clinic clients.  The Fellow will be expected to assist with all levels of client representation, including pre-trial, trial and appellate proceedings.  The Fellow will also participate in the development of the course curriculum and the teaching of a weekly seminar, focused on ethical and substantive issues arising in the representation of child clients, skills training, and the discussion of current clinic cases.  The Fellow will be encouraged to develop independent areas of interest, consistent with the mission of the ChildLaw Clinic.
    Criteria for Selection: Priority will be given to recent law school graduates who have a demonstrated interest in the field of child and family law and an interest in pursuing a career in clinical law teaching.  Candidates with at least two years of practice experience are preferred.  Admission or eligibility for admission to the Illinois bar by July 1, 2012, is required.  (Out-of-state applicants should review Illinois Supreme Court Rule 717 for special admission criteria applicable to legal service program lawyers.)  Loyola University Chicago is an Equal Opportunity Employer / Educator.
    Selection Process:  Application materials should be postmarked by May 1, 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 Bruce Boyer, Director of the Loyola ChildLaw Clinic, at (312) 915-7940, email
  • 05 Apr 2012 7:30 PM | Anonymous
    Position:          Clinical Teaching Fellow, Death Penalty Clinic
    Location:        Berkeley, CA
    Salary:             $64,404 to $70,812 depending on experience
    Start Date:      July1, 2012

    The Berkeley Law Death Penalty Clinic:

               The Berkeley Law Death Penalty Clinic is one of the few clinics nationwide engaged in the defense of indigent clients facing the death penalty. Under the direct supervision of clinical faculty, clinic students learn first-hand the responsibility and skills required to defend individuals in capital cases.  Students gather life history documents, conduct fact investigation, interview witnesses, and collaborate with experienced capital investigators and a variety of forensic experts.  They research and draft legal pleadings, and assist in hearings and trials in courts ranging from state trial courts to the United States Supreme Court and in jurisdictions as diverse as Alabama, California, Georgia, Texas, and Virginia.

    Students are enrolled in the Death Penalty Clinic for the entire academic year.  They also take a required companion seminar taught by the Clinic faculty.  More information on the Death Penalty Clinic can be found here:<>.

    Job Description for Clinical Teaching Fellow:

    The Death Penalty Clinic offers a two-year post-graduate fellowship for a criminal defense attorney interested in clinical teaching.  The purpose of the fellowship is to provide assistance to capital defendants in the South, as well as an opportunity for the Fellow to gain experience teaching and supervising law students in a clinical setting.  The majority of the Fellow’s docket will be capital cases in which the Clinic partners with lawyers in the South and non-profits, such as the Southern Center for Human Rights, the Georgia Capital Defender Office, and the Texas Defender Service, among others.  If time and case load permit, the Fellow can also engage in his or her own academic research and writing.

    The fellowship will begin on July 1, 2012 and continue through June 30, 2014.

    The Fellow will work under the supervision of Clinic faculty in the following ways:

               1.         Supervise four to six clinic students per semester;
    2.         Assist in litigating capital cases, mostly in the South, at trial, on appeal and/or in post-conviction (state and federal);
    3.         Assist in planning and teaching the clinic companion seminar and/or case rounds;
    4.         Engage in academic writing, if time and case load permit;
    5.         Travel to the South, often with students, to visit clients, conduct investigation, attend court proceedings and meet with co-counsel; and
    6.         Assist in organizing programmatic events, such as conferences, workshops and speaker series.


    1.         J.D. degree and admitted to practice law in at least one state (California Bar not required);
    2.         At least three years of criminal defense experience, preferably capital defense experience and/or trial experience;
    3.         Excellent legal research and writing skills;
    4.         Ability to work well under pressure, both independently and as part of a team;
    5.         Ability to travel frequently (multiple times a year);
    5.         Experience litigating in the South preferred;
    6.         Experience investigating cases at the trial or post-conviction level preferred; and
    7.         Substantive knowledge in the areas of capital punishment, evidence, and criminal procedure.

    Salary and Benefits:

    The salary range is $64,404 to 70,812, depending on experience. The University offers excellent health and retirement benefits which can be viewed online at

    Application Procedure:

    E‐mail a cover letter, resume, legal advocacy writing sample (such as a brief, motion or equivalent) and a list of three (3) references to the address below:

    Sheri Showalter (<>)
    Director, Human Resources
    Room 315 Boalt Hall
    University of California, Berkeley, School of Law
    Berkeley, CA 94720‐7200

    Applications must be received no later than May 2, 2012.  We are seeking candidates whose research, teaching, or service has prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and inclusion in higher education.

    Inquiries may be addressed to HR Director Showalter at<>.

    Please refer potential reviewers to the UC Berkeley Statement of Confidentiality found at:

    The University of California is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer
  • 23 Mar 2012 3:04 PM | Anonymous
    The University of Houston Law Center is seeking a non-tenure track, Assistant Clinical Professor, to direct and teach in the Transactional/Entrepreneurial Clinic.  The Director’s duties include conducting appropriate supervisory training, mentoring students, and providing appropriate classroom instruction.  The UH Law Center Transactional/Entrepreneurial Clinic students assist small businesses and non-profit organizations in the Houston area with legal matters encountered in the start-up of a business, including negotiating lease agreements, selecting a proper organizational structure, developing employment policies, and the buying and selling of products and services. We are looking for candidates with excellent academic credentials as well as practical experience.  Prior teaching experience and scholarship will be looked upon favorably.  The University of Houston Law Center is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and encourages the application of minorities, women, and others whose backgrounds will contribute to the diversity of the faculty.  Please send cover letter and resume to Professor Janet Heppard (, Clinical Program Director, UH Law Center, 100 Law Center, Houston, Tx 77204-6060.
  • 23 Mar 2012 2:42 PM | Anonymous
    CUNY School of Law seeks to hire someone on an expedited basis to teach in the Economic Justice Project and Lawyering Program.  A copy of the position vacancy notice is copied in below.  A description of the Economic Justice Project appears at, and information about the Lawyering Program appears at  We encourage interested applicants to submit their applications as soon as possible through the CUNYfirst system located at

    Job Description
    Job Title: Law School Instructor
    Job ID: 5352
    Location: CUNY School of Law
    Full/Part Time: Full-Time
    Regular/Temporary: Regular
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    Performs teaching, research, and guidance duties at the CUNY School of Law in area(s) of expertise as noted below. Teaching responsibilities may include supervision of students in legal practice or other law-related activity. Shares responsibility for committee and department assignments, performing administrative, supervisory, and other functions as may be assigned.
    Law Instructor
    The Law School seeks applicants with a demonstrated commitment to our social justice mission for a full-time teaching position. The Law School Instructor hired in this cycle will primarily teach First-Year Lawyering Seminar, the foundational course in CUNY School of Law's nationally recognized lawyering curriculum, with particular focus on the training development of public interest/public service lawyers. Spanning all three years of law school, the Law School's lawyering curriculum was hailed by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching in its 2007 Report, Educating Lawyers:
    Preparation for the Profession of Law. CUNY Law innovatively and successfully integrates students learning of practical skills and the ethical demands of professional identity with their learning of legal theory and doctrine. The Law School's First-Year Lawyering Seminar teaches legal analysis, legal writing, professional responsibility, and other lawyering skills by integrating clinical methodology with substantive, theoretical, and doctrinal material. Using simulation exercises and hypothetical cases, students role-play lawyers, clients, judges, and/or legislators confronted by legal issues arising from material in their other first-year courses. The Lawyering Seminar focuses on the ways in which lawyers work and think in various areas of practice, with a focus on public interest law. Students develop their analytic skills by writing and revising legal documents on which they receive feedback and critiques. They also acquire new qualitative skills, such as active listening, collaborative problem solving and
    decision-making, self-evaluation, and ethical reasoning. Students are encouraged to develop critical awareness of the social, legal, philosophical, political, and psychological content of their work. The Law School views these perspectives as central to a future lawyer's understanding of his/her status and role, including the mandates and aspirations of the New York Rules of Professional Conduct. Second-Year
    Lawyering Seminar and required clinical courses in the third-year build on the skills learned in the first year. The Instructor may, in accordance with the law school's needs, teach additional lawyering seminars, a doctrinal course, and/or provide academic skill instruction or other program support. This position is full-time and the instructor will be expected to teach and/or assist with the design and development of curriculum materials during the summer. The Law School Instructor will be responsible
    for committee work and such administrative, supervisory, and other functions as assigned. In their first two years of service, Law School Instructors may opt into participating in faculty meetings, pursuant to the CUNY School of Law Governance Plan. Instructors may assume other faculty governance responsibilities and serve on committees as appointed by the Dean or Committee on Committees. Upon
    reappointment for three or more years of continuous service, Law School Instructors may participate in governance activities without an annual opt-in process. Law School Instructors will perform other related duties as necessary or as directed by the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. This position may include weekend and evening hours.
    To apply, go to, select "Employment", and "Search Job Listing". You will be prompted to create an account. Return to this job listing using the "Job Search" page and select "Apply Now".
    For position inquiries contact:
    Rosa Navarra
    Coordinator of Faculty Recruitment
    SEARCH RE-OPENED: Open until filled.
    CUNY Job Posting: Faculty
    We are committed to enhancing our diverse academic community by actively encouraging people with disabilities, minorities, veterans, and women to apply. We take pride in our pluralistic community and continue to seek excellence through diversity and inclusion. EO/AA Employer.
  • 06 Mar 2012 8:10 AM | Anonymous

    The University of Kansas School of Law seeks a clinical legal educator to serve as the director of the Medical-Legal Partnership Clinic (MLP). This is a full-time, 12 month, benefits eligible appointment. The MLP Clinic partners legal and medical services and operates on-site at the KU Medical Center in Kansas City, Kansas, the Health Care Access Clinic in Lawrence, Kansas, and several other sites in the Kansas City area. The director oversees all operations of the clinic. This includes teaching the classroom component and providing clinical supervision for students in client representation, working closely with the legal services staff attorneys to manage clinical cases and securing grant funds to maintain existing sites and to develop other MLP sites. The director is also expected to engage in scholarship and service to the profession. Applicants must possess a J.D. or equivalent legal degree, must be a member of the Kansas Bar or willing to become a member as soon as practical following appointment, and must have three years of post-JD practice and/or post-JD clinical legal education experience. Application review begins April 10, 2012. Apply online at, search position #00209535. Include cover letter, resume or CV, and three references with online application. EO/AA

    Contact:  Professor Melanie Wilson,, (785) 864-0359.
  • 02 Mar 2012 10:12 PM | Anonymous
    The University of North Dakota School of Law anticipates a need for a Visiting Assistant Professor to teach in the Clinical Education Program (“Law Clinic”) during the 2012-2013 academic year. The Law Clinic is a one-semester course in which students represent organizational and individual clients in matters involving employment or housing discrimination, unemployment insurance, wage and hour, and landlord/tenant disputes and also work on community projects. The duties of faculty teaching in the Law Clinic include direct supervision of second and third-year students as they represent clients and participate in community projects, as well as curriculum development and joint classroom teaching. The Clinical Education Program is an integral part of the School of Law’s mission, facilitating student development of the knowledge, skills, and professional values required to engage in the ethical, reflective practice of law.

    Persons interested in teaching students through the types of cases currently handled in the Law Clinic or in other subject areas (including, but not limited to, criminal defense, public benefits, or family law) are encouraged to submit a letter of interest. Significant practice experience and prior clinical teaching experience will be strongly preferred, and required qualifications will include a JD from an ABA accredited law school and admission to practice in North Dakota or eligibility for admission by motion or test score, pursuant to North Dakota Admission to Practice Rule 7 (

    Depending upon need and interest, the appointment will be for either one or both semesters of the 2012-2013 academic year. When classes are not in session, the Visiting Assistant Professor will be responsible for providing continuity of coverage for pending cases, ensuring high quality legal representation for the Clinical Education Program’s clients.

    For more information about the University of North Dakota School of Law, please visit our website at and for more information about the Clinical Education Program, please see

    Interested persons should submit a letter of interest and c.v. to Professor Margaret Moore Jackson at
  • 02 Mar 2012 10:05 PM | Anonymous

    The University of Denver Sturm College of Law seeks to hire a visitor to teach in our Civil Litigation Clinic for the 2012-2013 academic year. The Civil Litigation Clinic provides representation to clients in matters involving wage and hour claims, eviction defense, housing discrimination, civil protection orders, and employment discrimination, and also provides students the opportunity to work on community projects. The duties of faculty teaching in our clinics include direct supervision of second and third-year students as they represent clients and participate in community projects, as well as curriculum development and joint classroom teaching.

    The clinic visitor will be integrated into the intellectual life of the law school and the larger University. Visitors are invited to attend faculty workshops, at which works in progress will be presented, and to attend mentoring sessions for faculty. We are seeking an individual with a strong background in civil litigation who is a member of the Colorado Bar or able to gain admission by August 1, 2012 (Colorado permits faculty teaching in a clinical program to waive into the bar). This position will begin on August 1st and end on July 31, 2013. This is a 12-month, non-renewable, position.

    Minimum qualifications include:  JD or equivalent; 5 years of litigation experience in Federal or Colorado state court. Candidates must have excellent written & oral communication skills. The visitor must be a member of the Colorado Bar or able to gain admission by August 1, 2012. (Colorado permits faculty teaching in a clinical program to waive into the Bar.)

    For more information and/or to apply for this position, please visit the website: Applicants must apply online at Questions can be addressed to Laura Rovner, Director of Clinical Programs,

    We are strongly dedicated to the pursuit of inclusive excellence and diversity.  See our Diversity Statement at DU is an EEO/AA employer.
  • 02 Mar 2012 10:03 PM | Anonymous

    The University of Denver Sturm College of Law seeks to hire a visitor to teach in our Civil Rights Clinic for the 2012-2013 academic year. The Civil Rights Clinic is an intensive, year-long litigation program in which students represent clients in civil rights cases in federal court under the supervision of clinic faculty. Currently, the focus of the CRC is on the constitutionality of the conditions in which federal and state prisoners are held, including issues such as indefinite solitary confinement, inadequate medical care, freedom of expression, the free exercise of religion, and due process, although any kind of civil rights or civil liberties matter may be on our docket. Students also participate in a seminar designed to help them develop their litigation skills and understanding of the law, as well as the political and social contexts of civil rights litigation. The duties of faculty teaching in our clinics include direct supervision of second and third-year students as they represent clients and participate in community projects, as well as curriculum development and joint classroom teaching.

    The clinic visitor will be integrated into the intellectual life of the law school and the larger University. Visitors are invited to attend faculty workshops, at which works in progress will be presented, and to attend mentoring sessions for faculty. We are seeking an individual with a strong background in federal litigation who is a member of the Colorado Bar or able to gain admission by August 1, 2012 (Colorado permits faculty teaching in a clinical program to waive into the bar). This position begins on August 1, 2012 and will end on July 31, 2013.

    This is a 12 month, non-renewable, position.

    Minimum qualifications include:  JD or equivalent; 5 years of litigation experience in federal court; experience with civil rights law, constitutional law, and/or prisoners’ rights; excellent written and oral communication skills. We are seeking a candidate who is a member of the Colorado Bar or able to gain admission by August 1, 2012 (Colorado permits faculty teaching in a clinical program to waive into the bar).

    For more information or to apply on-line, please go to the Questions can be addressed to Laura Rovner, Director of Clinical Programs,

    We are strongly dedicated to the pursuit of inclusive excellence and diversity.  See our Diversity Statement at DU is an EEO/AA employer.


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