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Friday, March 01, 2013

Entry Level Hiring: The 2013 Report - Clinical and LRW Hires

Following a suggestion from a commenter, the entry level hiring report will now include non-tenure track entry-level clinical and legal research and writing hires. For this to work, submitted information should clearly indicate whether the position is tenure-track or non-tenure track. If clinical or legal research and writing is your area, just list that as the first item on your "Areas."

So, to review, please submit:

Basic Information: Name, Hiring School, JD Institution, JD Year of Graduation

Other Degrees: Type of Degree,  Degree Granting Institution, Degree Subject

Fellowship, VAP, or Visiting Professorship: Institution and Type (e.g., VAP, name of fellowship, etc.)

Clerkship: Court (e.g., 9th Circuit, Texas Supreme Court, etc.)

Areas of Speciality (up to four)  (if you are a clinical or LRW hire, please list this as your first Area of Specialty)

Type of Position: Tenure Track or Non-Tenure Track  (if you are clinical or LRW and also tenure-track, please indicate this)

And this is still only for full-time, entry-level positions.

For those people who have already submitted information, I will assume that these are tenure-track hires unless the person has clearly stated that they are a clinical hire, in which case I will assume that it is not a tenure-track hire. I am aware that this may be incorrect--at my school, for example, both clinicians and LRW folks are tenure-track--so please reach out to me if I have you characterized incorrectly.

I have updated the original post to reflect these changes.

Posted by Sarah Lawsky on March 1, 2013 at 02:32 PM in Entry Level Hiring Report | Permalink

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Thank you for doing this, Sarah.

Posted by: SparkleMotion | Mar 1, 2013 4:48:07 PM

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