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Monday, October 29, 2018

VAPs and Fellowships: Open Thread, 2018-2019

On this thread, comments can be shared regarding news of appointments to VAPs or similar fellowships (for example, the Climenko and Bigelow).  Here is last year's thread.

You may also add information to the spreadsheet.

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I think question mark means people have no idea what's going on

Posted by: anon | Jun 3, 2019 3:45:03 PM

Silly/foolish question: I'm having trouble understanding the spreadsheet. Does each question mark represent an interview, or does a series of question marks mean that no one has contributed information?

Posted by: JollyGoodFellow | Jun 3, 2019 3:10:14 PM

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Posted by: Italo | May 16, 2019 12:09:52 PM

UVA Law is searching for a Program Director for the Karsh Center for Law and Democracy. It is a two-year position with support for those interested in law teaching. Information about the position and application process is here:

https://uva.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/UVAJobs/job/Charlottesville-VA/Program-Director--Karsh-Center-for-Law-and-Democracy--School-of-Law_R0006013

Posted by: wahoo | May 9, 2019 10:47:17 AM

Climenko is ongoing; received a ding after asking about application

Posted by: anon | May 3, 2019 4:54:37 PM

The Climenko process is not yet over, though I otherwise don't know where it stands. Similarly, as of last week the Bigelow process was not yet over; I don't know if that's since changed. I don't think it hurts to reach out to ask where the process stands; when I've done so, the administrators have been pretty forthright.

Posted by: anon | Apr 15, 2019 2:19:10 PM

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This Fellowship is supported by the gift creating the Douglass Stripp Chair in Advocacy, occupied by Dean’s Distinguished Professor of Law S. Rafe Foreman. Professor Foreman and Professor Michaelle Tobin work together as a team, teaching and coaching to build a highly successful program. US News and World Report ranks UMKC as the #21 Advocacy Program in the nation and we aspire to rise further in the rankings. In 2018, for the second year in a row, UMKC was one of only sixteen teams in the country to qualify for the National Board of Trial Advocacy’s Tournament of Champions competition.

Fellows will teach or co-teach trial advocacy classes and may teach Evidence and other substantive courses as needed, coach and directly supervise students in competitions, and actively participate in the Mastery of Advocacy course and other clinical opportunities. Duties will involve course planning, creation, development, preparation, and instruction. Fellows will be engaged, collegial, and cooperative members of the Advocacy and law school communities, bringing Advocacy insights and opportunities to other departments upon request or need. Fellows will also help coordinate internal and external trial and appellate competitions and externships in the community as well as foster excellent working relationships with the local bar and judiciary. The National Voir Dire Advocacy Competition (Show-Me Challenge), created here at UMKC, is a vital part of the program and presents significant additional opportunities for the Teaching Fellow.

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Posted by: Italo | Apr 12, 2019 10:57:10 AM

Can someone update on the Climenko? Are they done?

Posted by: a-n-o-n | Apr 11, 2019 3:32:55 PM

The spreadsheet says NYU is done. Did they really hire for only two positions?

Posted by: Anon | Apr 11, 2019 8:03:04 AM

Just got word that BU isn’t hiring a VAP this year

Posted by: BU | Apr 10, 2019 3:24:45 PM

Thanks, anonfellow.

Posted by: Annnon | Apr 5, 2019 8:11:50 AM

"Does anyone know how many applications the general fellowships (NYU, Columbia, Climenko, Bigelow, etc.) receive?"

I'm at one of those programs. We received approximately 60 applications this year. I don't know about other years or other programs.

Posted by: anonfellow | Apr 4, 2019 5:37:24 PM

Did anyone apply for the Berkman Klein Center fellowship? Their e-mail said they interview their candidates but also indicated that they will definitely send out a rejection letter as well. I haven't been interviewed but no rejection either. Anyone got an interview??

Posted by: otter | Apr 4, 2019 4:29:40 PM

Villanova hires on a regular basis. Wake is year to year. Many vaps that are not NYU, Chicago, Columbia are more variable because so much depends on curricular needs and coverage.

Posted by: anon | Apr 4, 2019 3:34:39 PM

* Does the Grey Fellowship news mean that none of the current Grey Fellows placed? That seems like a pretty bad signal about the current state of the TT hiring market.

* Fellowships have been incredibly competitive for several years running now. What's the basis for thinking that this is a particularly tough year or that fellowship/VAP hiring is down? Anecdotally, it actually feels like the opposite might be true, with Michigan starting a program and a number of less elite schools like Wake Forest and Villanova hiring.

Posted by: anon1 | Apr 4, 2019 3:01:06 PM

Assuming fellowship/VAP hiring is down this year, any guesses why, and what that means for the TT market?

Posted by: Anony | Apr 4, 2019 2:09:47 PM

Thanks to those who have been updating the spreadsheet. Seems like this has been a tough year

Posted by: Anon85 | Apr 4, 2019 12:18:31 PM

Grey Fellowship is not hiring for 2019-2020.

Posted by: Anony | Apr 1, 2019 3:37:21 PM

Does anyone know how many applications the general fellowships (NYU, Columbia, Climenko, Bigelow, etc.) receive?

And I agree it’s such bad form not to let rejected candidates know. I understand there may have to be a “maybe” pile, but surely not the entire applicant pool is in it.

Posted by: Annnon | Mar 31, 2019 3:29:01 AM

Among top fellows it’s possible some could be doing callbacks but I would suspect it’s not the first contact in april. They probably had a preliminary already. And some are later than others like sharswood which only picks 1-2 people is often later maybe since they wait to see if their current people get a tenure track. Some spaces could arise if one person gets a tt.

The fellows the below mentions-penn, Cornell and bu - are super small and some are very subject matter specific. They get several hundred or at least 100 applications. Between subject matter fit as well as the fact except for penn they are literally picking one person odds aren’t great for anyone. In a regular job you would not be waiting around for a job where there is 1 in 100 or 1 in 200 chance. Sometimes the VAP goes to someone they interviewed at aals who did not get a job. And often those vaps have gone for business law (which is in demand) or someone who had connection to school already

Posted by: Anon | Mar 30, 2019 11:48:03 AM

Multiple times I have not gotten rejection emails from callbacks at these fellowships let alone applications. I have not gotten them from full day and dinner callbacks at schools for tenure track jobs nor have I gotten them from almost a majority of aals interviews. This is a process where silence is really a no. Some people would email in this situation to get the no but I find it’s not like they forgot to call you with an offer- it’s an obvious rejection. Maybe some people need to have that express

Many people do not get rejections from at least some aals interviews. I would be surprised if anyone has always gotten an unprompted rejection from every school at aals- if so consider yourself lucky that you interviewed at schools that had that courtesy. It always makes me feel better about school and chair when I get the no.

In fact I would say the fellowships are slightly better with giving rejections. It’s much worse at aals stage. I could see if you are coming from a job in real world this is completely bizarre. Part of the blame are onerous HR rules combined with forgetfulness combined with schools not being sure who they are picking so keeping some in reserve

Posted by: anon1 | Mar 30, 2019 11:32:08 AM

anonym

at this stage, the only LRW VAP that does callbacks is Kent. The others, to my knowledge, are done or close to done. As to top fellowships, I am not sure which one is still doing interviews, but it is possible for some subspeciality. Everyone understands you may not get a "no" from a preliminary interview. But for a callback where you visit the school, it is hard to excuse.

Posted by: anon | Mar 29, 2019 9:13:03 PM

What a depressing Friday! And here I thought I am still under consideration if I haven't received a rejection e-mail... How can Cornell VAP or BU or UPenn Sharswood not send a rejection e-mail!!?

Posted by: floatingOtter | Mar 29, 2019 7:26:35 PM

@Anon: I don't think what we're saying is too far apart. At most of the top programs, I think you are probably correct that if you have not heard anything at all, you should assume you're no longer under consideration. However, there is at least one LRW-teaching 2-year VAP program that is still scheduling first round interviews and a top fellowship (from your list) that has yet to do callbacks.

Posted by: anonym | Mar 29, 2019 6:20:33 PM

I would also add that sometimes the stand alone vaps who just advertises now may continue on through July. They often have to fill spot for someone who they see is lateraling or otherwise on leave. But the legal writing ones or traditional programs wrap up much earlier - at least they have for the past 10 years and I don’t know why this year would be different. The fellows are involved in hiring and they all start scattering in a few weeks. Sometimes they could have a spot if a returning felllows get a tenure track job but even now that is unlikely to happen given it’s April

In this process it’s unfortunate and unprofessional but often you don’t get a no directly. I have in the past emailed and they sometimes say “oh forgot to send the rejections out” and then the admin person sends out the rejections. This is not a process where you can expect a “no” before moving on; at this point should plan accordingly to do plan b and if get a call it’s just a nice surprise especially for the random vaps

Posted by: Anon | Mar 29, 2019 5:23:53 PM

Anonym: my comment was clear that I meant people who have heard nothing. If you did not have a first round or any contact since you sent the application in the fall it is very unlikely to hear suddenly now. If they are going to hire anyone it’s going to be the people they interviewed already if only in a first round. All these schools are closing up in 3-4 weeks; iif you look at past boards which I have they never have started bringing in new people for the first time in April

The only exception I have seen are fellowship programs off the beaten path who may have just put their ad up in winter 2019 and ones that are not consistently offered. Like Villanova or Chicago Kent or Arkansas or one of the schools that hires stand alone vaps occasionally when they don’t even put their ad up till now. These aren’t really programs but stand alone vaps more and to my knowledge there are only maybe 5 schools advertising for that this year. They are often very subject specific

But the traditional fellows program like nyu, Columbia, Bigelow, sharswood, Stanford, Cornell, duke have never in the past to my knowledge nor based on these boards started calling people for the first time in april just a few weeks when most of faculty scatter for summer. Most of the conversation on this board centers around them rather than the random vaps that occasionally pop-up. People need to plan their plan b for next year and just looking at past practices those programs are pretty much wrapped up now. Some never send rejection.

Posted by: Anon | Mar 29, 2019 5:04:50 PM

can anyone shed more light on the update to the Climenko on the spreadsheet? E.g., was that interview / callback / rejection all the same applicant? How are notifications being sent? Etc.

Posted by: anon | Mar 29, 2019 3:18:03 PM

Thanks anonym

Posted by: floatingOtter | Mar 29, 2019 2:38:44 PM

@floatingOtter, In terms of maximizing your odds of success, I wouldn't advise reaching out unless you have news to share with them that might help your candidacy. It probably won't hurt much though (especially if there's an admin person listed as a contact instead of the committee chair), so maybe it's worth it just for your peace of mind.

Posted by: anonym | Mar 29, 2019 2:36:18 PM

Does it make sense to e-mail and ask whether my application is still under consideration?

Posted by: floatingOtter | Mar 29, 2019 2:31:42 PM

@Anon, I don't think that applies across the board. I just got a first-round interview offer for a 2-year VAP yesterday and fellowship that I did a first round interview for months ago has confirmed I'm still under active consideration. I think it would be wise for everyone to be exercise caution in making and interpreting broad claims about this process.

Posted by: anonym | Mar 29, 2019 2:13:35 PM

Oftentimes you never get a rejection even off a callback if you can believe how rude that is.

It’s almost April. I have dealt with these in past and while this year is later I have never heard of anyone getting contacted now for the first time. If you did callback sure maybe but I doubt anyone who has heard nothing so far would be getting any offers or callback now. Especially if you did not have big names writing your letters or some other connection to school

In past these programs wrapped for callbacks by February and offers by late March/early April. Some like NYU often did earlier as did Bigelow

Posted by: Anon | Mar 29, 2019 1:55:33 PM

Thanks, anon. If that's the case, I wonder why they don't just send the rejection e-mail instead of keeping me up in the air!

Posted by: floatingOtter | Mar 29, 2019 12:51:32 PM

if you haven't gotten an interview at Chicago by now, you are not being considered.

Posted by: anon | Mar 29, 2019 12:36:38 PM

@otter Bigelow first and second round interviews have been conducted, though I haven't heard of any offers yet. No harm in reaching out to the committee to ask whether you can send an updated research agenda.

Posted by: anon | Mar 29, 2019 8:51:56 AM

Anyone has heard anything from Bigelow or UPenn Sharswood? If you don't get an interview, does that mean you are not even considered? Or it's a good thing that I haven't heard back? Also, is it possible to e-mail and send an updated research agenda or it's best to leave it?

Posted by: otter | Mar 28, 2019 10:33:31 PM

Having applied for fellowships in law and in other disciplines, it seems to me that both application processes are stretching out. Notices (rejections) are trickling in, but I'm still largely in the dark right now, which is maddening.

One thing to note: the Climenko website says they "are still accepting applications and will do so well into the New Year 2019." I don't recall seeing that in last year's application pages, so perhaps its an indication that this year is dragging on a bit extra?

Posted by: yetanotheranon | Mar 22, 2019 4:12:28 PM

Maybe it’s just me, but it seems like this year we are more in the dark than usual. Not sure if people just aren’t posting or if the process really is slower this year. Either way, this whole process has been horrible and anxiety provoking. Thanks to those of us who have been posting - nice to know I’m not the only one who has faced radio silence

Posted by: Anon | Mar 22, 2019 4:02:47 PM

Looks like Columbia AIL is done hiring for next year -- congrats to those selected!

Posted by: utterlyanon | Mar 22, 2019 3:50:51 PM

anyone get rejections from Cornell? sharswood? are they all done?

is anyone still active?

Posted by: anon | Mar 22, 2019 3:32:03 PM

To echo Anon's question from Mar 8 -- any news re Climenko or BU?

Posted by: AnotherAnon | Mar 22, 2019 2:34:55 PM

Hiring Announcement: Stanford Law School (Teaching Fellow - LLM Program in Environmental Law & Policy)

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https://www.thefacultylounge.org/2019/03/hiring-announcement-stanford-law-school-teaching-fellow-llm-program-in-environmental-law-policy.html

​Review of applications will begin on March 15, 2019. Application Deadline: April 5, 2019
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Hiring Announcement: Stanford Law School (Teaching Fellow - Corporate Governance and Practice LLM)

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Candidates for this position are expected to have strong academic records and references.
Professional experience in corporate practice is required, with three or more years of such experience preferred.
JD from a US school is preferred but candidates with an LLM or JSD will also be considered.
In the past, people who have held this position have used it as a step toward a tenure track position at a law school. We have a preference for candidates with an academic career in mind but this is not a requirement.

Application deadline: Until position is filled

https://www.thefacultylounge.org/2019/03/hiring-announcement-stanford-law-school-teaching-fellow-corporate-governance-and-practice-llm.html

Posted by: Italo | Mar 20, 2019 10:01:08 AM

Looks like Yale PhD rejections are on their way ... just received mine :)

Posted by: Reject | Mar 14, 2019 12:40:29 PM

Here’s an idea: pass the information to the candidates themselves. Really a novel thought.

Posted by: Anon | Mar 8, 2019 10:34:52 PM

Re: bigelow, there have been some stage 1 interviews, have not heard of any stage 2 interviews. Also haven’t heard of any stage 1 rejection notices.

Part of the problem is that the candidate pool for most of these fellowships and vaps gets sufficiently small such that there are many fewer channels for information to pass through. But that being said, it seems especially quiet this year, compared with previous years’ threads.

But not to worry, committee members, please, take your time; now that we’ve hit March I’ve almost started to enjoy the adrenaline rush I get from the grinding and ever present uncertainty about my short term financial stability and longer term professional success

Posted by: Anon | Mar 8, 2019 8:22:43 PM

well, I asked before about Bigelow, but nobody answered either... I haven't heard anything from UChicago Law since early February...

Posted by: Italo | Mar 8, 2019 6:01:25 PM

I’m with anon. This is a dreadful process. Anyone heard from Climenko? BU?

Posted by: Anon | Mar 8, 2019 11:26:51 AM

Mercer University’s School of Law is seeking visiting professors for one or both semesters of the 2019-20 school year to teach (1) Business Associations and other business courses, possibly including Contracts and Business Drafting; and (2) Real Estate Transactions and possibly Trusts and Estates and other courses.

Please contact Associate Dean Scott Titshaw at [email protected] Or you may visit http://mujobs.mercer.edu/cw/en-us/job/492755/visiting-faculty-law-legal-writing-andor-real-estate or http://mujobs.mercer.edu/cw/en-us/job/492761/visiting-faculty-business-law for more information or to complete an official university application.

Posted by: Italo | Mar 8, 2019 10:30:24 AM

Anyone? Anything? Ugh this is depressing

Posted by: Anon | Mar 7, 2019 10:58:57 PM

Did anyone apply to HLS fellowship in private law?

Posted by: anoon | Mar 7, 2019 5:01:35 PM

Grey Fellowship Update: "Applications have not been reviewed yet and the director is still determining whether or not we will be filling the fellowship next year." Said they should know more hopefully by the end of March.

Posted by: FYI | Mar 7, 2019 4:18:06 PM

I interviewed at NYU and haven't heard anything. My guess is that that ship has sailed . . . sad though it may be

Posted by: Anonn | Mar 3, 2019 4:00:21 PM

HLS Reginald F. Lewis Fellowship rejections out

Posted by: Italo | Mar 1, 2019 5:10:42 PM

Did anyone who interviewed at NYU and didn’t get an offer hear back?

Posted by: Anon | Feb 26, 2019 2:44:56 PM

Visiting Professor, Commercial/Corporate - Willamette College of Law

Willamette University College of Law invites applications for a full time position as a Visiting Professor or Visiting Assistant Professor for either a full-year or semester in the 2019-2020 academic year. This is a one-year, non-tenure-track, visiting faculty position. The principal curricular areas of interest are Corporations, Commercial Law (e.g., Sales or Secured Transactions), and Contracts. Interested individuals should submit their application materials via the Willamette University human resources website: http://willamette.edu/offices/hr/jobs/index.html. Additional information regarding the position may be obtained from the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Prof. Norman Williams, who may be reached at [email protected] Interested candidates should apply as soon as possible and in no event later than March 8th, and the successful candidate must be ready to start by August 15, 2019.

Posted by: Laura Appleman | Feb 26, 2019 2:26:46 PM

Environmental Law Clinic - Clinical Teaching Fellowship @ UC Berkeley Law

https://www.higheredjobs.com/faculty/details.cfm?JobCode=176923092&Title=Environmental%20Law%20Clinic%20%2D%20Clinical%20Teaching%20Fellowship

Posted by: Italo | Feb 16, 2019 11:58:26 AM

Very sorry to hear that but thanks for posting

Posted by: Anon | Feb 15, 2019 3:56:17 PM

Very sorry to hear that but thanks for posting

Posted by: Anon | Feb 15, 2019 3:56:13 PM

Columbia AIL ding

Posted by: anon | Feb 15, 2019 11:16:43 AM

Florida International University College of Law, Miami, seeks a Visiting Professor of Law for 2019-2020

Florida International University College of Law, Miami, seeks a Visiting Professor of Law for the 2019-2020 academic year with particular needs in Wills and Trusts, Environmental Law, and Natural Resources. The visit may be for one semester or for the academic year. Please send an expression of interest and c.v. to Matthew C. Mirow, chair, Visiting Appointments Committee, [email protected]

Posted by: Italo | Feb 13, 2019 12:19:02 PM

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