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Tuesday, September 30, 2014

AALS Recruitment Conference Advice

Before I sign off, I thought I'd put out a request on behalf of my fellow job market candidates for advice about the upcoming hiring conference.  I've come across a number of helpful posts from a few years ago, but didn't find as much from the immediate past, and I think it would be particularly interesting to hear from anyone who was on the market in one of the recent down years.  But of course all tips are welcome!

Here are a few helpful posts with interview tips from Lyrissa Lidsky (2011)Tim Zinnecker (2011), and Daniel Solove (2005).  And here's a collection of teaching market advice posted on Prawfsblawg back in 2005.

Thanks again to the Prawfs team for giving me the opportunity to guest-blog, and best of luck to everyone going on the market this year!

Posted by Richard Chen on September 30, 2014 at 10:55 AM in Getting a Job on the Law Teaching Market | Permalink

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I've aggregated some links here. Many are old, but still helpful.
http://www.casesofinterest.com/tiki/Law+Teaching+Advice+Links

Posted by: Michael Risch | Sep 30, 2014 11:44:04 AM

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