Friday, August 17, 2012
Two Gems on This Year's Academic Market
This is not something I'd normally post, but a few years ago, a good friend on this site did something like this for me, and if he had debts to pay, that goes more than double for me. More importantly, these two candidates are, in my view, not to be missed by appointments committees in what is likely to be a tight hiring season (so I've heard, at least).
The first is a superbly (really, astonishingly-well) published and very insightful scholar who writes broadly -- immigration law, private and public international law, contracts, criminal law, and jurisprudence -- with a distinctly philosophical background and set of methodological tools.
The second is likewise extremely well published in constitutional law and law and religion, with a strong interest in civil procedure and professional responsibility as well. His methodological toolkit tends more toward the historical.
Both men are generous but extremely keen readers; they have helped me repeatedly with excellent criticisms of my own projects. Both are already very productive scholars and have a real love for writing. Both are warm folks who would be superb colleagues. And they are the kinds of scholars and teachers who can have an impact in several distinct areas of the law. Please feel free to get in touch with me by email about either of them.
Posted by Marc DeGirolami on August 17, 2012 at 02:18 PM | Permalink
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