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Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Law School Hiring Thread, 2010-11, Thread Three

NB: This thread will be moved to the front every ten days or so.

This thread is for both law professors and people who are on the market this coming year for becoming a law professor. We invite those on the market and those who are prawfs to leave comments (anonymously if they prefer) regarding:

a) whether they have received a callback from a law school and/or accepted it and

b) whether they have received an offer from a law school and/or accepted it; feel free to also leave details about the offer or info about teaching loads, research leaves, etc. Please note that a school listed as "offer accepted" may have made more than one offer, and may still have some of those slots open. The aggregator will try to keep track of these (to the extent people let the aggregator know) in the spreadsheet below.

Law professors may also choose to provide information that is relevant to the entry-level or the lateral market.  Bear in mind: if you don't want your contact information displayed, please just enter in anon@anon.edu or something like that as an email address.

We will continue our spreadsheet approach: All information should come in through the comments. Our aggregator will to use a spreadsheet to aggregate the information.  Only the aggregator will be able to edit the spreadsheet, but when the aggregator edits the spreadsheet, those changes will be reflected in the embedded version below.

Please be patient with the aggregator, who will try to update this spreadsheet once a day, but may have a job, and perhaps may even be on the market.

Additional Links:

Use "a clearinghouse for questions" at this link for general questions about the market, not the thread below.

Check out the cache of materials relevant to your job search under our archive category Getting a Job on the Law Teaching Market, including a link to last year's clearinghouse for questions

This year's first hiring thread is available here. This year's second hiring thread is available here. Comments are now closed on these two threads.

Posted by Dan Markel on January 12, 2011 at 12:13 PM in Getting a Job on the Law Teaching Market | Permalink

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To aggregator: I was looking at the chart above ... Memphis was interviewing in DC (contract and sales)
PS - I think Syracuse is private (and not part of the SUNY system).

Posted by: anon | Nov 2, 2010 9:41:22 AM

Miami

Posted by: candidate | Nov 2, 2010 11:22:35 AM

Thank you.

Posted by: Aggregator | Nov 2, 2010 1:10:24 PM

If I received a "We'll be in touch in the next couple of weeks" note, does that mean the school has started to call back others, and that my candidacy is officially "b-team"? Or might that mean they have not decided whom they are calling back yet?

Posted by: anon | Nov 2, 2010 1:18:31 PM

to the aggregator: the document also lists DePaul as "no hiring." DePaul hired three candidates right before the AALS, apparently they were running a first order "early/local" hiring stratgey and using the AALS as a back up.

Posted by: anon | Nov 2, 2010 4:54:27 PM

Denver U
Colorado-Boulder
Seattle U
Saint John's
Rutgers-Camden
U.Illinois

Posted by: aals-anon | Nov 2, 2010 9:36:45 PM

Public service announcement: from my network of classmates i know that Georgia, Arizona State, Maryland, Cincinnati, Penn State, Richmond, and Alabama have started making calls. Hope this helps & that others will share what they know, too. Information is power!

Posted by: anonalicious | Nov 3, 2010 11:21:38 AM

Quinnipiac called.
Did anyone hear anything from any school in the NYC area?

Posted by: Anon | Nov 3, 2010 1:19:38 PM

Missouri-Columbia

Posted by: anon | Nov 3, 2010 6:25:30 PM

Whittier, Northern Illinois

Posted by: anon | Nov 3, 2010 6:25:57 PM

I heard from someone that Fordham wasn't hiring any tenure tracks despite interviewing at AALS.

Posted by: anonymouse | Nov 3, 2010 8:08:23 PM

Anyone else heard that about Fordham? As far as I know it is very rare for a school to interview at the AALS knowing that it is not hiring. I've heard that Harvard did it a few years ago but that it is very rare.

Anyone heard anything from Fordham or another NY school?

Posted by: Ann | Nov 3, 2010 10:38:16 PM

10:38:16: It may be rare, but not unheard of. USF and Chapman interviewed at AALS but may not necessarily be hiring this year. As for Fordham, I have no information, so I cannot extrapolate. But the basic point is that some schools interviewed at AALS without any definite plans to hire.

Posted by: Anonymous | Nov 3, 2010 11:50:58 PM

Nov 2: 1:18: Just take it as a courtesy notice that the two-week period is the time frame in which they will make their callbacks. Can't read more into it than that.

Posted by: Anonymous | Nov 4, 2010 1:59:34 AM

Virginia

Posted by: anon | Nov 4, 2010 9:41:33 AM

Cardozo

Posted by: anon | Nov 4, 2010 10:24:05 AM

Pitt. IU-Indianapolis. Wash U.

Posted by: candydate | Nov 4, 2010 2:51:43 PM

Candydate @ 2:51: To which Washington U. are you referring?

Posted by: anon | Nov 4, 2010 3:39:12 PM

There's only one Wash. U. (St. Louis). There's the University of Washington (Seattle).

Posted by: anon | Nov 4, 2010 3:57:54 PM

to the aggregator: You list "Western State" as a school. Perhaps you meant to include "Western New England?" They were interviewing.

Posted by: anon | Nov 4, 2010 4:21:52 PM

Case Western arranged at least one callback before the meat market. I'm not sure whether they've called back any interview candidates yet.

Posted by: anomana | Nov 4, 2010 4:34:21 PM

To anon @ 4:21: Western State is a different law school from Western New England (google it).

Posted by: anon | Nov 4, 2010 5:23:39 PM

Wait, Anon 4:21, WNEC was interviewing in DC? Do you know what subject(s)?

Posted by: anon | Nov 4, 2010 6:14:30 PM

WNEC was interviewing for commercial law

Posted by: anon-law professor | Nov 4, 2010 7:27:15 PM

Through the law school grapevine, I've heard of callback offers from Indiana - Bloomington, Brooklyn, and UCIrvine. I also take it at least one person has had a callback at USC. I don't know whether any fields were specified for any of these. Separately, I just noticed that UPenn was not on the list of law schools interviewing at AALS, but they definitely had a room there.

Posted by: anon | Nov 5, 2010 2:03:20 PM

SUNY Buffalo

Posted by: anon | Nov 5, 2010 6:44:47 PM

Tex Tech
Widener
Oklahoma

Posted by: Anon | Nov 5, 2010 9:57:52 PM

Louisville, LSU, Miami, and Tulsa

Posted by: Anon | Nov 5, 2010 11:20:13 PM

Not me, but I've of heard people received rejections from Indiana and Cornell. Also, ambiguous emails from Iowa, Case Western, and Florida. And lots of silence too.

Posted by: Gossipy | Nov 6, 2010 1:21:30 PM

Drexel

Posted by: anon | Nov 6, 2010 1:38:54 PM

No clue. I didn't interview with Florida, so I didn't see the email myself.

Posted by: Gossipy | Nov 6, 2010 1:47:21 PM

I got a rejection from Iowa.

Posted by: Ana Espinosa | Nov 6, 2010 2:57:10 PM

Creighton, San Diego

Posted by: anon | Nov 6, 2010 3:48:43 PM

Creighton (tax) Charlotte (general), Wayne State (clinical). Dear anon 3:48:43, when did USD call?

Posted by: Anon | Nov 6, 2010 7:05:39 PM

Idaho (clinical)
South Texas (public international)

Posted by: anon VAP | Nov 8, 2010 1:33:18 PM

UC Hastings rejection

Posted by: anon | Nov 8, 2010 10:09:40 PM

GW Law rejection

Posted by: aals-anon | Nov 8, 2010 11:36:32 PM

Rutgers-Camden (tax). I was disappointed when I saw they had called someone on the 2nd, but I was delighted to hear from them (one of my top choices) this week.

Posted by: anon | Nov 9, 2010 12:36:52 AM

Duquesne callback

Posted by: anon | Nov 9, 2010 10:05:28 AM

Washburn - no specific area.

Posted by: anon01 | Nov 9, 2010 11:27:40 AM

cardozo, brooklyn, and seton hall have all scheduled callbacks. fordham is at least publicly telling candidates that it will not be doing callbacks until january.

Posted by: anon | Nov 9, 2010 3:25:58 PM

John Marshall has scheduled callbacks.

Posted by: anon | Nov 9, 2010 3:55:47 PM

rejection from GW, Seton Hall, Indiana - Indianapolis

Posted by: anonalicious | Nov 9, 2010 4:50:09 PM

Ann: Brooklyn has made calls, it appears.

Posted by: anon | Nov 9, 2010 7:56:30 PM

Nice rejection letter from Ohio Northern

Posted by: Anon | Nov 9, 2010 9:57:08 PM

Western State

Posted by: blue | Nov 10, 2010 12:30:35 PM

Rejection from Syracuse (US Mail)

Posted by: anon | Nov 10, 2010 2:17:47 PM

Got a callback from STL.

Posted by: Anon | Nov 10, 2010 4:02:00 PM

Ana, I know a classmate who received a callback from UNC - for torts/labor/employment.

Posted by: A Yes | Nov 11, 2010 9:13:35 AM

A reminder that this thread should not be used for speculations, requests for information, or ruminations. Just the info please. Thanks.

Posted by: Dan Markel | Nov 11, 2010 12:48:48 PM

Cornell; USC

Posted by: AnonYMouse | Nov 11, 2010 1:57:42 PM

Pitt
Michigan State
Indiana-Indianapolis

Posted by: anon | Nov 11, 2010 2:00:00 PM

Tennessee

Posted by: anon | Nov 15, 2010 11:16:28 AM

Maine has sent rejection e-mails to at least some people interviewed at AALS. The e-mail implies that they've extended all of their callback offers, but it's not definite on that.

Posted by: anon | Nov 15, 2010 3:15:12 PM

SMU

Posted by: anon | Nov 15, 2010 4:00:00 PM

Rejection letter from Roger Williams.

Posted by: anon | Nov 15, 2010 6:30:02 PM

B-team email from Case Western

Posted by: anon | Nov 16, 2010 12:38:10 AM

Ding email after AALS interview from U. of St. Thomas (Minn.).

Posted by: Anotheranon | Nov 16, 2010 8:19:16 PM

B team letter from Roger Williams

Posted by: Anon | Nov 18, 2010 1:11:21 PM

B team, Wake Forest.

Posted by: anon | Nov 18, 2010 1:22:53 PM

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