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Monday, August 22, 2011

Hiring Chairs for 2011-2012

Let's gather information! In particular, please share in the comments the following information related to the 2011-2012 law school hiring season:

(a) your school;
(b) the chair of your hiring committee (please note if you have different chairs for entry level and lateral candidates);
(c) other members of your hiring committee (again, please note if there is a distinction between entry level and lateral committees); and
(d) any particular subject areas in which your school is looking to hire. 

As is now customary (how time flies on the Internet!) I will gather this information in a downloadable, sortable spreadsheet. (Click on that link to access the spreadsheet and download it; you can also scroll through the embedded version below.)

You can't make changes to the spreadsheet directly, so please post the information in the comments, or email me directly, slawsky *at* law *dot* uci *dot* edu.

Update: Someone has very kindly submitted a spreadsheet of addresses of a subset of law schools, if folks want to create their own mail-merge. You can download it here.

Update: The spreadsheet with hiring needs by subject is here. It is (and will remain) up to date. 

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The combined (entry and lateral) appointments committee at University of Illinois consists of Charles Tabb (chair), Nuno Garoupa, Kurt Lash, Richard Ross and Lesley Wexler.

Posted by: Kurt Lash | Jun 22, 2011 1:22:00 PM

The entry level hiring committee at Temple consists of Chip Carter (Chair), Dave Hoffman, Jane Baron, Jeff Dunoff, and Andy Monroe. We will have a laterals committee, constituency TBD. I think our most pressing need at this point is in commercial law/bankruptcy.

Posted by: dave hoffman | Jun 22, 2011 2:56:18 PM

We have a single faculty recruitment committee at DePaul. The chair this year is Mark Weber, and the other members are David Franklin, Roberta Kwall, Zoe Robinson, and Deborah Tuerkheimer. While we seek faculty for a variety of courses, we have identified curricular needs in Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure, Intellectual Property, Tax, Wills and Trusts, and business-related subjects.

Posted by: Mark Weber | Jun 22, 2011 3:24:42 PM

Seattle University has a single faculty appointments committee. This year the committee is made up of Andrew Siegel (chair), Steve Bender, Heidi Bond, Sid DeLong, and Lily Kahng. We are looking to hire three or four tenured or tenure-track faculty members, will be looking in a broad variety of areas, and encourage applications from strong candidates in all fields.

Posted by: Andrew Siegel | Jun 22, 2011 4:16:36 PM

Western State's appointments committee consists of Edith Warkentine (Chair), Phil Merkel, Jennifer Koh, and Ryan Williams. WSU will have openings for several tenure-track positions, and we are paying particular attention to candidates with interest and expertise in (1) criminal law, (2) torts, and (3) legal research and writing.

Posted by: David Groshoff | Jun 22, 2011 4:27:57 PM

I am the chair of Arizona's appointments committee. The other members are Kathie Barnes, Kirsten Engel, David Gantz, and Chris Robertson. We're looking for intellectual property (entry-level or lateral).

Posted by: Bill Sjostrom | Jun 22, 2011 9:29:31 PM

At Akron we anticipate filling several positions over the next few years, starting this fall. We seek both entry-level and lateral candidates. The chair is Brant Lee. The other appointments committee members are Jack Sahl, Tracy Thomas, Sarah Cravens, Kalyani Robbins, and Ryan Vacca.

Posted by: Brant Lee | Jun 23, 2011 12:16:38 AM

I am the chair of the University of Colorado's appointments committee. We will consider entry-level and lateral candidates in all subject areas. We are still working out our committee membership and hiring priorities, but we have a definite need in Family Law.

Posted by: Paul Ohm | Jun 23, 2011 7:50:23 AM

At Florida State, Robin Craig is the chair of our unified committee; the rest of the committee this fall includes Fred Abbott, Nat Stern, Kelli Alces, and Shawn Bayern.

Posted by: Dan Markel | Jun 23, 2011 10:02:49 AM

I am Co-Chair, together with Elizabeth T. Lear, of the University of Florida Levin College of Law Appointments Committee, which includes Elizabeth Rowe, Michael Friel, Shani King, Danny Sokol, Christine Klein,and students Brett Yaw and Grant Schnell.

Posted by: Lyrissa | Jun 23, 2011 1:52:34 PM

I am the chair of Indiana University - Indianapolis's unified appointment committee, which includes Cynthia Baker, Eric Dannenmaier, Jennifer Drobac, John Hill, Florence Roisman, Lahny Silva and a student to be identified. We are looking to hire up to five or six tenured or tenure-track faculty members. Priorities include Criminal Law & Procedure, Commercial Law, Trusts and Estates, IP, Law & Econ, Family & Juvenile Law, Health Law and Critical Race Studies.

Posted by: Antony Page | Jun 23, 2011 10:15:11 PM

I am the chair of Faulkner University's 2011 unified faculty appointments committee. Also serving on the committee are Tim Chinaris, Shirley Howell, Jerome Dees and John Garman. We are soliciting applications for two tenure-track positions. We have not narrowed our search to specific specialties at this time.

Posted by: Robert McFarland | Jun 24, 2011 10:59:21 AM

At the University of Denver Sturm College of Law, I (Annecoos Wiersema) am Chair of the joint committee. Other members of the committee are: Arthur Best, Alan Chen (laterals only), Rosemary Dillon, Ian Farrell, Beto Juarez, Viva Moffat, Robin Walker Sterling, and Celia Taylor. Our precise search is not fully defined, but we are interested in candidates in the fields of Corporate and Commercial Law, Clinical, International Law, Constitutional Law, and Environment and Natural Resources. We will be looking at lateral and entry-level candidates and have a few lines to fill.

Posted by: Annecoos Wiersema | Jun 24, 2011 10:41:42 PM

I am the chair at Arizona State. Other members are Dan Bodansky, Andy Hessick, Adam Chodorow, and Sue Chessler. We will consider both entry-level and lateral candidates.

Posted by: Zachary Kramer | Jun 25, 2011 2:12:48 AM

The University of Houston is seeking to hire four new faculty members (ideally two entry-level and two laterals). The entry-level hiring committee is Bruhl (chair), Duncan, Gershowitz, Moohr, and Sanders. Our needs are primarily in property/real estate and transactional/corporate. There is a separate lateral hiring committee of Vetter (chair), Thompson, Turner, and Weaver; the laterals committee is primarily looking for IP and energy.

Posted by: Aaron Bruhl | Jun 25, 2011 11:01:35 AM

At the University of Iowa, Thomas Gallanis is chairing a unified appointments committee.

We anticipate hiring several lateral, visiting, or entry-level faculty members over the coming year. Our goal is to find outstanding scholars and teachers who can extend the law school's traditional strengths and intellectual breadth. We are interested in persons of high academic achievement and promise. We welcome applications from candidates with outstanding credentials, without restrictions of field.

Candidates should send resumes, references, and descriptions of areas of interest to: Faculty Appointments Committee, College of Law, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA 52242-1113.

Posted by: Thomas Gallanis | Jun 27, 2011 10:39:59 AM

I am the Chair of the Faculty Appointments Committee for the Golden Gate University School of Law this year. The other Committee members are: Rachel Van Cleave, Eric Christiansen, Laura Cisneros, and Chester Chuang.

We anticipate needing to fill one or more anticipated tenure-track faculty positions for the 2012-2013 academic year. We are primarily seeking applicants capable of teaching a variety of core courses, including first-year courses as well as business and commercial law subjects. Candidates who can teach these courses and who have sufficient complex litigation experience to support the work of our exceptional litigation program are especially welcome. Contact: Professor William Gallagher, Chair, Faculty Appointments Committee, Golden Gate University School of Law, 536 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94105. E-mail applications may be sent to: lawfacultyappointments@ggu.edu

Posted by: William Gallagher | Jun 27, 2011 2:00:19 PM

At Case Western Reserve University, our committee chair is Sharona Hoffman. The other members of the committee, in addition to myself, are: Jacqueline Lipton, Craig Nard, Judy Lipton, Charles Korsmo, Ruqaiijah Yearby, and two student members. I suspect our Dean, Lawrence Mitchell, will also be involved. In terms of subject matter, I'm fairly confident commercial law subjects will be a priority, but I am not sure beyond that.

JHA

Posted by: Jonathan H. Adler | Jun 28, 2011 12:45:48 PM

I am the chair of a unified committee at Florida International University; the remainder of the committee will be identified later in the summer. We are looking at both entry-level and lateral hires in areas to-be-determined later this summer. We also are looking to hire in our legal clinics.

Posted by: Howard Wasserman | Jun 29, 2011 1:34:59 PM

The appointments committee for the University of New Hampshire School of Law is John Orcutt (chair), Mary Wong, and John Greabe. We will be looking at both entry-level and lateral candidates this fall.

Posted by: John Orcutt | Jun 30, 2011 9:34:21 PM

I chair the committee at George Washington University Law School. The other committee members are Bradford Clark, Thomas Colby, Roger Fairfax, Dawn Nunziato, Anne Olesen, Sonia Suter, and Amanda Tyler.

Posted by: Michael Abramowicz | Jul 1, 2011 9:22:41 AM

John Nagle is the chair at Notre Dame. Other committee members are Mark McKenna, Bill Kelley, and Amy Barrett.

Posted by: Mark McKenna | Jul 1, 2011 1:58:31 PM

I chair the Faculty Appointments Committee at New England. We are interested in hiring in several subject areas, including contracts, civil procedure, intellectual property, and private international law.

Posted by: Allison Dussias | Jul 6, 2011 12:29:11 PM

I am chairing the Faculty Appointments Committee at the University of Connecticut for 2011-2012. The full committee reviews both entry-level and lateral candidates. The other committee members are Sara Bronin, Michael Fischl, Ruth Mason, Willajeanne McLean, Peter Siegelman, Susan Schmeiser, and Steven Wilf. Subject areas are open, though we have curricular needs in constitutional law, civil procedure, energy law, and health law. Candidates may direct expressions of interest to FAC_Chair@law.uconn.edu.

Posted by: Kaaryn Gustafson | Jul 6, 2011 2:10:00 PM

Southern Illinois University School of Law is seeking to fill up to three full-time tenure-track faculty positions to begin in the 2012-2013 academic year. With a range of curricular needs, we welcome applications from candidates with a wide variety of interests. Particular areas of need include, but are not limited to, constitutional law, torts, contracts, and business, corporate, and commercial law.

Applications may be submitted electronically at http://www.law.siu.edu/employment or by U.S. Mail to W. Eugene Basanta, Chair Personnel Committee, Mail Code 6804, Southern Illinois University School of Law, 1150 Douglas Drive, Carbondale, Illinois 62901. A complete application will require a letter of application which details interest, qualifications and relevant experience, along with a vitae or resume and three references with names.

Posted by: Eugene Basanta | Jul 11, 2011 3:36:02 PM

The University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law 2011-12 Faculty Recruitment Committee is Tony Arnold (chair), Susan Duncan, Luke Milligan, Lisa Nicholson, and Cedric Powell. We seek to hire for one or more tenure-track positions. Curricular needs are yet to be defined.

Posted by: Tony Arnold | Jul 14, 2011 12:14:12 PM

I am the chair at Willamette University College of Law. Other members of the committee will be named later. Our curricular needs include Commercial Law, Debtor-Creditor, and Business Organizations.

Posted by: Norman Williams | Jul 14, 2011 12:58:59 PM

Stacey Tovino is chairing the Appointments Committee at UNLV. The other committee members are: Rachel Anderson, Bret Birdsong, Ruben Garcia, and Jeff Stempel. The committee reviews both entry-level and lateral candidates. We are interested in hiring for up to 2-3 tenured or tenure-track positions.

Posted by: Rachel Anderson | Jul 14, 2011 3:16:59 PM

We have a single faculty recruitment committee at Saint Louis University School of Law. I am the chair this year. We are interested in entry-level and lateral candidates in a variety of subject areas.

Posted by: Elizabeth Pendo | Jul 14, 2011 7:46:27 PM

At Saint Louis University School of Law, in addition to our chair, Elizabeth Pendo, the committee members are Annette Clark, Tim Greaney, Marcia McCormick, and Efthimios Parasidis.

Posted by: John | Jul 16, 2011 12:36:44 PM

The Drexel Law hiring committee is chaired by Susan Brooks and also includes Donald Tibbs, Terry Seligmann, Alex Geisinger, and me. We are open to hiring both entry level faculty and laterals. We have varied needs that may include civil procedure, property, intellectual property, international law, corporate/business, clinical education, and other areas. Candidates should direct applications to the attention of Susan Brooks. I am also happy to field informal confidential inquiries from lateral candidates.

Posted by: Dan Filler | Jul 19, 2011 5:49:11 PM

I am chairing the hiring committee at Texas Wesleyan School of Law. Other committee members are Neal Newman, Meg Penrose, Tanya Pierce, and Tim Mulvaney. We are looking to hire 4 people, entry level or lateral (LARW, legal ethics, corporate and transactional law, administrative law, and remedies). Please email inquiries or applications to hpham@law.txwes.edu.

Posted by: Huyen Pham | Jul 20, 2011 11:17:33 PM

In addition to the full-time tenure-track faculty positions noted in my earlier comment, Southern Illinois University School of Law is searching for an experienced faculty member as the Garwin Distinguished Visiting Professor of Law and Medicine for the 2012-13 academic year. I am chairing the search committee for this vistorship. A detailed position announcement and application information can be found at http://www.law.siu.edu/Faculty_staff/garwin.php

Posted by: Eugene Basanta | Jul 21, 2011 3:58:53 PM

At the University of Oklahoma College of Law, our hiring chair is Joseph Thai and the other committee members are Michael Scaperlanda and Darin Fox.

We seek to hire up to three faculty candidates for tenure-track or tenured positions this year. We have a particular curricular need for civil procedure, but invite highly-qualified applicants regardless of field. Please contact Joseph Thai, Chair of Faculty Appointments Committee, University of Oklahoma College of Law, 300 Timberdell Rd., Norman, OK 73019 [thai@ou.edu]

Posted by: Emily Meazell | Jul 21, 2011 4:37:12 PM

The hiring committee for the St. Thomas University School of Law in
Miami, Florida includes Tamara Lawson (Chair), Stephen Plass, Nadia
Soree and Katharine Van Tassel. The Law School is interested in hiring
both entry level and lateral faculty for tenure-track positions and
especially seeks candidates in the areas of Wills & Trusts, Business
Associations, Commercial Paper, Secured Transactions, Family Law and Con Law.

Posted by: Katharine Van Tassel | Jul 22, 2011 12:25:03 PM

The University of Nebraska College of Law hiring committee is chaired by Richard Moberly. Other members of the committee are Dean Susan Poser and Professors Eric Berger, Bill Lyons, Colleen Medill, Matt Schaefer, and Catherine Wilson. The Law College has several open positions and is looking for tenure-track faculty to teach one or more of the following classes: business associations, corporate finance and governance, venture capital, telecommunications, cyber law, and trusts and estates. We also invite applications for a tenure-track faculty position to direct our Entrepreneurship Clinic.
The University of Nebraska has an active National Science Foundation ADVANCE gender equity program, and is committed to a pluralistic campus community through affirmative action, equal opportunity, work-life balance, and dual careers. Contact Professor Richard Moberly, Chair, Faculty Appointments Committee, University of Nebraska College of Law, Lincoln, NE 68583-0902, or send an email to lawappointments@unl.edu.

Posted by: Richard Moberly | Jul 25, 2011 2:34:02 PM

I am the Chair of the BUSL Appointments Committee. We are not currently seeking entry-level candidates. We invite nominations and applications for a tenured faculty position in Civil Procedure, an endowed chair at the rank of Professor of Law. We also invite nominations and applications for one or more tenured and/or tenure-track lateral positions at the rank of Professor of Law or Association Professor of Law: we are particularly interested in highly qualified scholars with 2-10 years teaching experience in the fields of public international law, intellectual property, commercial law, and civil procedure. BUSL is committed to faculty diversity and welcomes expressions of interest from diverse applicants. Applicants should send a letter of interest and resume to me. Email applications are encouraged and should be sent to lawappts@bu.edu.

Posted by: Nancy Moore | Jul 27, 2011 5:25:45 PM

At Pepperdine University School of Law our appointments committee has an entry-level subcommittee and a lateral subcommittee. I chair our committee this year and serve on both subcommittees. The entry-level subcommittee includes Grant Nelson (subcommittee chair), Robert Anderson, and Christine Goodman. The lateral subcommittee includes Edward Larson (subcommittee chair), Robert Cochran, and Shelley Saxer.

Posted by: Richard Cupp | Jul 30, 2011 2:58:49 PM

At Chicago, we have one committee with two chairs. I am the laterals chair, and Tom Ginsburg is the entry level chair. Douglas Baird, Emily Buss, Aziz Huq and Lior Strahilevitz are also on the committee. We are actively looking generally for both entry-levels and laterals.

Posted by: Randy Picker | Aug 1, 2011 2:42:51 PM

Just an update regarding Temple's hiring:

Temple University James E. Beasley School of Law invites applications for one or more entry-level tenure-track positions. We welcome applications from candidates with a wide variety of interests. Although areas of need are subject to change, priority areas are likely to include business and commercial law, including (but not limited to) Bankruptcy, Financial Institutions, Secured Transactions, Banking, Sales, and Transactional. Other areas of interest include Health Law, Trusts and Estates, Family Law, Torts, Evidence, Civil Procedure, and Law & Technology. Temple has a strong tradition of accessibility and diversity, and we encourage applications from women, minorities and others whose personal characteristics will further our tradition. Please send us your resume (email preferred). CONTACT: Professor William ("Chip") Carter, Chair, Faculty Selection & Recruitment Committee, Temple University Beasley School of Law, 1719 N. Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19122. E-mail: lawfsc@temple.edu.

Posted by: William (Chip) Carter | Aug 1, 2011 8:10:58 PM

Glenn Morris will serve as the chair of the appointments committee for LSU Law. The other committee members are: Elizabeth Carter, Ray Diamond, Christina Sautter, Scott Sullivan, and Jack Weiss.

Posted by: Scott Sullivan | Aug 3, 2011 4:20:14 PM

The Thomas Jefferson School of Law appointments committee includes Anders Kaye (chair), Dean Rudy Hasl, and Professors Marybeth Herald, Alex Kreit, Rebecca Lee, and Richard Winchester. We welcome applications from entry-level and lateral candidates in all areas, with particular interest in core courses and commercial law. Please send applications and questions to Anders Kaye at facrecruit@tjsl.edu.

Posted by: Anders Kaye | Aug 3, 2011 7:51:15 PM

At Loyola Law School-Los Angeles, Brietta Clark will chair the entry-level appointments committee (Contact info: Brietta.Clark@lls.edu), and Alexandra Natapoff will chair the laterals appointments committee (Contact info: Alexandra.Natapoff@lls.edu).

Posted by: Brietta Clark | Aug 5, 2011 1:09:16 AM

I am chairing the Faculty Appointments Committee at American University Washington College of Law for 2011-2012. The full committee reviews both entry-level and lateral candidates. The other committee members are Angela Davis, Heather Hughes, Jenny Roberts, Robert Vaughn, and Stephen Vladeck. Subject areas are open, and our advertisement calls out first year subjects, criminal law, criminal procedure, and international law as areas of interest, with civil procedure being one of the first year subjects of particular interest.

Candidates may direct expressions of interest through the Dean's office by mailing to American University Washington College of Law, Office of the Dean, Suite 366, 4801 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20016 or by emailing the Dean's assistant Farhad Ketabforoush at farhad@wcl.american.edu.

Posted by: Michael Carroll | Aug 5, 2011 9:22:40 AM

Here are the Entry and Lateral Appointment Committees at the University of Miami School of Law; we are looking to hire in all areas.

Entry Level Appointments
Scott Sundby, Chair
David Abraham, Mary Anne Franks, Pat Gudridge, Leigh Osofsky, Bernie Perlmutter, Trish White

Lateral Appointments
Caroline Bradley, Chair
Carrie Bettinger-Lopez, Sergio Campos, Donna Coker, Mary Coombs, Pat Gudridge, Trish White

Posted by: Scott Sundby | Aug 6, 2011 8:24:53 PM

At the Salmon P. Chase College of Law at Northern Kentucky University, Mike Whiteman is chair. Other committee members are Jen Kreder, Sharlene Lassiter, Tony Chavez, John Bickers and Dean Dennis Honabach (ex officio). We haven't yet finalized everything in terms of subject matter or number of hires, but Property and Torts are identified needs. Entry-level and lateral candidates will be considered.

FYI: Chase is just a few miles outside of Cincinnati, Ohio. The school, city and region has a lot to offer.

Mike's contact info:

Michael Whiteman
Assoc. Dean for Law Library Services & Information Technology
Professor of Law
859.572.5717
whiteman@nku.edu

Posted by: Jen Kreder | Aug 7, 2011 6:56:50 PM

At Washington University (St. Louis), Peggie Smith is chairing the appointments committee. The other members are Scott Baker, John Drobak, David Law, Mae Quinn and Laura Rosenbury. Our focus is on entry-level candidates.

Posted by: Peggie Smith | Aug 10, 2011 5:15:02 PM

At the University of Wisconsin Law School, Anuj Desai is our appointments committee chair. Lisa Alexander, Peter Carstensen, David Schwartz, and I (Steph Tai) are on the committee, too. Currently we are open to all areas.

Posted by: Steph Tai | Aug 11, 2011 9:39:33 AM

The University of Oregon School of Law invites applications for three or more full-time tenure-related or tenured law positions to begin in August 2012. The positions may be entry level or lateral hires. Preference will be given to candidates with practice, scholarship, or teaching expertise in the areas of dispute resolution, civil litigation, local government, energy, land use, real estate, civil rights, and other related areas of law.

The Hiring Committee consists of Carl Bjerre (chair), Adell Amos, Michael Fakhri, Susan Gary, and Roberta Mann.

Posted by: Michael Fakhri | Aug 12, 2011 8:08:00 AM

I am chair of Cornell's appointments committee for this academic year. The other members are: Greg Alexander; Michael Heise; Bob Hillman; Odette Lineau; Bernadette Meyler; Annelise Riles. We do not have separate entry-level and lateral committees, nor are we restricting our search to any particular field.

Posted by: Mike Dorf | Aug 15, 2011 1:21:19 PM

The University of New Mexico School of Law invites applications for faculty positions starting in the Fall of 2012 or Spring of 2013. The Law School anticipates filling one or more tenure-track positions this hiring season. Our curricular needs are somewhat fluid given potential retirements and faculty sabbaticals and leaves. We expect to appoint tenure-track faculty in the areas of Business Law, Clinical Legal Education and Indian Law. We may hire faculty to meet our curricular needs, which may include Constitutional Law, Federal Jurisdiction, Property, Oil and Gas and other curricular needs.

The chair of the Faculty Appointments Committee is Professor Antoinette Sedillo Lopez.

Posted by: Dawinder "Dave" S. Sidhu | Aug 15, 2011 10:32:46 PM

The University of Montana School of Law invites applications for tenure-track Assistant Professor of Law positions for: (1) commercial, (2) tax, and (3) environmental/Indian law. Positions are ten-month contract beginning fall semester 2012. Starting salary: $72,000 - $74,000. To view full job descriptions, minimum requirements needed, and to apply, go to http://university-montana-hr.silkroad.com/epostings/. ADA/EOE/AA/Veterans’ Preference

Posted by: U Montana | Aug 17, 2011 5:06:46 PM

The University of Tennessee's primary areas of curricular need include labor and employment, contracts, remedies, clinical teaching in the business/transactional area, and clinical teaching in criminal defense. Candidates for those primary curricular needs who also have an interest and qualifications to teach any first year course, commercial law, business associations, and professional skills are strongly encouraged to apply.

The co-chairs are Becky Jacobs and Tom Plank.

Posted by: Alex Long | Aug 23, 2011 8:33:43 AM

The Hiring Committee at Lincoln Memorial University, Duncan School of Law is composed of:
Co Chairs: Sandra Ruffin and Gordon Russell
Team: Melanine Reid; Bruce Beverly; Matthew Lyon and David Walker

We are looking for:
1. Family Law
2. Bar Prep
3. Lawyering Skills and Legal Writing
4. Skills with an Upper Level area (Environmental etc.)

Posted by: Gordon Russell | Aug 25, 2011 11:24:45 AM

Atlanta's John Marshall Law School invites applications for a number of potential faculty positions in a broad variety of doctrinal and skills areas, including all first-year and upper-level required courses (which can be found at http://www.johnmarshall.edu/academics/jd.php#2). The committee is Suparna Malempati (chair), Jace Gatewood (co-chair), Bruce Luna, Dean Richardson Lynn, Associate Dean Kevin Cieply, and me.

Posted by: Mike Kent | Aug 25, 2011 11:56:17 AM

Michael Hatfield is the chair of the personnel committee at Texas Tech University School of Law. We are searching for a tenure-track Commercial Law professor this year. Anyone interested should e-mail michael.hatfield@ttu.edu. We are considering both entry-level and lateral candidates.

Posted by: Michael Hatfield | Aug 29, 2011 11:10:31 PM

We shifted at Chase/NKU. We're looking for three separate people to teach these subjects plus others: (1) Torts, (2) T&E, and (3) Director of Small Business Transactional Law Clinic. The clinical position can be tenure track or long-term contract. We will consider entry-level and lateral candidates for all three positions. Cincinnati and the Northern Kentucky area is a nice place the live, and the school has been emphasizing skills throughout the curriculum in the last few years. Mike Whiteman is the chair: whiteman@nku.edu.

Posted by: Jen Kreder | Sep 7, 2011 11:25:54 AM

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