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Monday, July 18, 2022

Hiring Plans and Hiring Committees 2022-2023

I am collecting information about (1) whether a particular school plans to hire in 2022-2023, and (2) if so, information about the school's hiring committee and hiring interests.

Please share in the comments the following information related to the 2022-2023 law school faculty hiring season. (A spreadsheet is below. You cannot edit the spreadsheet directly.)

First:
 
(a) your school;
 
(b) whether your school is pursuing entry-level hiring in 2022-2023 (this could be yes, no, maybe, or something else);
 
(c) whether your school is pursuing lateral hiring in 2022-2023 (this could be yes, no, maybe, or something else).
 
If your school does plan on pursuing hiring in 2022-2023:
 
(d) the chair of your hiring committee (please note if you have different chairs for entry level and lateral candidates--we hope that this information will be useful for both entry level and lateral candidates);
 
(e) other members of your hiring committee (again, please note if there is a distinction between entry level and lateral committees); and
 
(f) any particular subject areas in which your school is looking to hire.

Additionally, if you would like to share the following information, candidates might find it helpful to know:

(g) your committee's feeling about packets/individualized expressions of interest (affirmatively want to receive them, affirmatively don't want to receive them, or don't care one way or the other); 
 
(h) your committee's preferred way to be contacted (email, snail-mail, or phone); 
 
(i) the website, if any, that candidates should use to obtain information about the position or to apply; and
 
(j) the number of available faculty positions at your school.

I will gather all 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.)

Edited 7/19/22 to remove question (k), "whether you are interested in hiring entry-level candidates, lateral candidates, or both," because the question was already asked above in (b) and (c). If someone can figure out why this question is not a duplicate, please let me know and I will put it back.

Posted by Sarah Lawsky on July 18, 2022 at 01:21 PM in Getting a Job on the Law Teaching Market | Permalink

Comments

Updated with Interfolio application information:

(a) University of Washington School of Law

(b) Entry-level hiring: Yes (criminal law and procedure)

(c) Lateral hiring: TBD (if so, for law library director and legal research and writing)

(d) Chair of Hiring: Prof. Mary D. Fan. For legal research and writing applicants: LRW Program Director Lauren E. Sancken.

(e) Members: Cimini, Nicolas, Nguyen, Wolotira, Ziff

(f) Areas: (1) Criminal Law, (2) Law Library Director, (3) Legal Research and Writing

(g) Individual Packets: Entry-level tenure-track candidates, please upload materials via Interfolio here: https://apply.interfolio.com/113952

(h) Contact: Hiring Chair, Prof. Mary Fan. For legal research and writing inquiries only: LRW Program Director Lauren Sancken. All applicants, please use this email address: [email protected]

(i) Website: https://apply.interfolio.com/113952 For other positions, Interfolio links will post upon budgetary approval.

(j) N Positions: TBD

Posted by: Mary D. Fan | Sep 21, 2022 12:51:51 PM

(a) University of Michigan Ross School of Business
(b)-(c) Open rank
(d)-(e) n/a
(f) Real Estate Law
(i) https://michiganross.umich.edu/faculty-research/recruiting

Posted by: Lynda Oswald | Sep 19, 2022 4:31:51 PM

(a) UC Irvine School of Law
(b) Yes
(c) Yes
(d) Carrie Hempel & Tony Reese, co-chairs; unified committee
(e) Swethaa Ballakrishnen, Dan Burk, Alex Camacho, Dalié Jiménez, Stephen Lee, Trilby Robinson-Dorn, Ann Southworth
(f) For tenured or tenure-track faculty, we welcome applications from candidates across all areas of law, with particular interest in candidates in business and corporate law. In addition, we are looking to hire for a tenured or tenure-track position in infrastructure equity and to hire a clinical faculty member who will either create a new clinic or co-teach in one of the law school's existing clinics.
(g) No preference
(h) Email
(i) Information on the Infrastructure Equity Cluster position is at https://recruit.ap.uci.edu/JPF07784. Information on the other tenured/tenure-track positions is at https://recruit.ap.uci.edu/JPF07786. Information on the clinical position is at https://recruit.ap.uci.edu/JPF07808.

Posted by: Tony Reese | Sep 12, 2022 8:03:05 PM

(a): University of Chicago
(b/c) Entry-levels and laterals
(d): Baude (entry-level chair), Picker (lateral chair)
(e): Casey, Lakier, Macey, Robertson
(f): Variety of areas

Thanks!

Posted by: William Baude | Sep 6, 2022 10:49:00 PM

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock, William H. Bowen School of Law is hiring several faculty members to begin in August 2023 in tax, legal writing, and first-year courses. Bowen’s mission is guided by three core values – access to justice, public service, and professionalism. The law school’s rigorous curriculum aims to balance theory, skill development, and experiential learning. Students have numerous opportunities to assist faculty with academic research and public service, such as with the Veterans Legal Services Clinic and the new Bowen Center for Racial Justice and Criminal Justice Reform. This position is governed by state and federal laws, and agency/institution policy.

Tax: This position is open rank and will be filled at either the Assistant, Associate, or Professor rank, based on qualifications and experience. Lateral applicants are encouraged to apply. The successful candidate will be eligible to apply for the law school’s Bryon M. Eiseman Distinguished Professor of Tax Law. In addition to Tax, the successful applicant will teach at least one required or bar-tested course. Apply at: https://uasys.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/UASYS/job/Little-Rock/Professor--Multiple-Ranks-_R0019687

Legal Writing: The law school seeks an entry-level Assistant Professor to teach in our autonomous Research, Writing and Analysis (RWA) program. This is a full-time, tenure-track position. The successful candidate will teach two sections of first-year RWA, which is a six-credit, two-semester course sequence. https://uasys.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/UASYS/job/Little-Rock/Assistant-Professor---Law---9-MONTH_R0016090

1L Curriculum: The law school seeks an entry-level Assistant Professor, and has a broad range of needs in the first-year curriculum. https://uasys.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/UASYS/job/Little-Rock/Assistant-Professor---Law_R0017593

Posted by: Lawsky on behalf of Boles | Sep 5, 2022 4:27:41 PM

(a) University of Tulsa College of Law
(b/c) Entry Levels and Laterals welcome
(d) Mimi Marton, Chair.
(e) Other members: Parker, Christopher, Rosenblatt, Bowman
(f) 5 positions: 1 Native American/American Indian Law (t/tt); 2 with focus on property, evidence, corporate law, trusts/estates, and/or con law (t/tt); 2 clinical (ltk)
(g) expressions of interest encouraged.
(h) e-mail [email protected]
(j) 5

Ads for these positions will be in the next Recruitment bulletin as well. For maximum consideration please send expressions of interest before Oct. 1.

Posted by: Betsy Rosenblatt | Sep 2, 2022 11:53:14 AM

Michigan/Ross School of Business
(b)-(c) Open Rank Search
(d)-(e) n/a
(f) Diversity, Equity, and Opportunity
(i) http://michiganross.umich.edu/faculty-research/recruiting


Posted by: Dana Muir | Sep 2, 2022 10:28:52 AM

(a) Loyola University New Orleans College of Law
(b) yes
(c) yes
(d) chair – Prof. Imre Szalai, Judge John D. Wessel Distinguished Professor of Social Justice
(e) Professors Chunlin Leonhard, Blaine LeCesne, Trey Drury
(f) civil law, tax, constitutional law, legal research & writing
(g) direct applications welcome, sent to [email protected]
(h) [email protected]
(i) https://www.loyno.edu/about/employment/faculty-employment-opportunities
(j) four positions

Posted by: Imre Szalai | Sep 2, 2022 8:46:36 AM

(a) University of Denver Sturm College of Law
(b) Entry-Level Hiring: Yes
(c) Lateral Hiring: Yes
(d) Chair: Jay Brown
(e) Committee Members: Debra Austin, Bernard Chao, Govind Persad, Sarah Schindler
(f) Civil Procedure; International Law (Director, Nanda Center for International & Comparative Law); Contracts; Torts; Tax; Externships
(g) We will be reviewing the Faculty Appointments Register but also invite candidates to submit to the Chair their expressions of interest and application materials (cover letter; resume including at least three references; teaching statement; research agenda; and statement demonstrating their commitment to diversity and inclusion within legal education).
(h) Contact Information: [email protected]
(i) Faculty job opportunities at the University of Denver are posted on www.du.edu/jobs. We anticipate that the relevant postings will be accessible to candidates in mid-September.
(j) 3-4, pending Provost approval

Posted by: Bruce Smith | Sep 1, 2022 5:08:20 PM

(a) Jacksonville University
(b) yes
(c) yes
(d) Nathan Richardson, Vanessa Zboreak
(e) Robert Mensel, Scott DeVito, Colleen Skinner, Matthew Reiber
(f) All fields, particularly Criminal Law
(g) actively want individual applications
(h) email: [email protected]
(i) https://www.ju.edu/law/
(j) 2-3

Posted by: Nathan Richardson | Aug 31, 2022 1:42:32 PM

a) UCLA Law

(b) Yes

(c) Yes

If your school does plan on pursuing hiring in 2022-2023:

(d) Entry-Level: Scott Cummings; Lateral: Mark McKenna

(e) Entry-Level: Noah Zatz, Lindsay Wiley, and Maximo Langer; Lateral: Khaled Abou El Fadl, Joey Fishkin, Angela Riley, Rick Hasen

(f) Law & Tech, IP, Employment Law, Labor Law, Mentorship, Race and the Law, Business Law, Antitrust

(g) Welcome expressions of interest; for full consideration please apply online entry-level: https://recruit.apo.ucla.edu/JPF07717
lateral: https://recruit.apo.ucla.edu/JPF07718

(h) Email

(i) entry-level: https://recruit.apo.ucla.edu/JPF07717
lateral: https://recruit.apo.ucla.edu/JPF07718

(j) up to 6, including both entry-level and lateral

Posted by: Caitlin Caughlin | Aug 24, 2022 7:20:12 PM

(a) University of Maryland Carey School of Law

(b) Yes

(c) Yes

(d) Richard Boldt (co-chair) and Michael Pinard (co-chair)

(e) Peter Danchin, Mark Graber, Leslie Meltzer Henry, Diane Hoffmann, Seema Kakade, Will Moon

(f) We have two open positions for entry-level and junior-lateral candidates. We are also inviting applications for two newly endowed professorships (further information below).

(g) Applicants can apply directly through the Taleo link below.

(h) rboldt [at] law.umaryland.edu; mpinard [at] law.umaryland.edu.

(i) Please see below.

(j) 4

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The University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law (Maryland Carey Law) invites applications for two tenure-track faculty position to begin July 1, 2023. For these positions, we will consider both entry-level and junior-lateral candidates in all fields with demonstrated potential for outstanding teaching and original scholarship. We are particularly interested in candidates who will teach first-year and upper-level core courses. All candidates must hold a J.D. or equivalent degree prior to employment date. Here is the link to apply for the position: https://umb.taleo.net/careersection/jobdetail.ftl?job=2200014O&lang=en

Maryland Carey Law also invites applications for a newly endowed tenured or tenure-track faculty position in consumer law to begin July 1, 2023. For this position, we will consider junior- and senior-lateral candidates and experienced practitioners with demonstrated potential for outstanding teaching and original scholarship. We are seeking a candidate who exhibits national leadership and distinction in consumer law and who has prior experience representing consumers and publishing scholarly articles concerning the interests of consumers in legal matters. The successful candidate will teach a consumer law course and will, on a reasonable basis, teach a first-year or large upper-level course in an area related to consumer law and protecting the rights of consumers (for example, civil procedure, contracts, torts, or commercial law). Here is the link to apply for the position: https://umb.taleo.net/careersection/jobdetail.ftl?job=2200014P&lang=en

In addition, Maryland Carey Law invites applications for a newly endowed professorship (tenured or tenure-track faculty position) to direct the new Miller Center for Democracy and the Law honoring the life and work of the late President of the Maryland Senate, Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. The position will begin July 1, 2023. For this position, we will consider junior- and senior-lateral candidates and experienced practitioners with demonstrated potential for outstanding clinical teaching and original scholarship. The successful candidate will direct the new Miller Center for Democracy and the Law, develop and teach a new government and legislative clinic, and oversee other experiential learning, student fellowship, and research initiatives of the Center. The ideal candidate will have knowledge of and experience with the theory and practice of democratic institutions and public policy issues at state and local levels, including legislative processes, voting rights, election law and other issues central to democracy and the law. The work of the Center and new clinic will build on and expand Maryland Carey Law’s nationally recognized Clinical Law Program. https://umb.taleo.net/careersection/jobdetail.ftl?job=2200014Q&lang=en

The University of Maryland has a strong commitment to diversity. We welcome applications from persons of color, people with disabilities, veterans, women, and other members of historically disadvantaged groups. For any questions or inquires, contact the Co-Chairs of the Appointments Committee, Professors Richard Boldt and Michael Pinard, University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law, 500 West Baltimore Street, Baltimore, MD 21201. Email: rboldt [at] law.umaryland.edu; mpinard [at] law.umaryland.edu.

Posted by: Will Moon | Aug 24, 2022 8:13:59 AM

(a) Boston University School of Law

(b) Yes

(c) Yes

(d) Co-chairs of LATERAL hiring: Jasmine Gonzales Rose & Stacey Dogan. Co-Chairs of ENTRY-LEVEL and CLINICAL hiring: Maria O’Brien and Sarah Sherman-Stokes.

(e)
LATERAL:
• Jasmine Gonzales Rose, Co-Chair
• Stacey Dogan, Co-Chair
• Aziza Ahmed
• Karen Pita Loor “KPL”
• Linda McClain
• Christopher Robertson
• Katharine Silbaugh

ENTRY-LEVEL:
• Maria O’Brien, Co-Chair
• Sarah Sherman-Stokes, Co-Chair
• Anna di Robilant
• Woodrow Hartzog
• Michael Meurer

(f)
Civil Procedure, Federal Courts, Tax, Labor, Employment, Private International, IP, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Associate Dean of Equity & Inclusion (tenured), clinical TBA

(g) email a letter of interest and C.V. to [email protected]

(h) email [email protected]

(i) www.bu.edu/law

(j) multiple openings--pending Provost approval

Posted by: Jasmine B. Gonzales Rose | Aug 20, 2022 6:58:56 PM

(a) Belmont University College of Law

(b) We are seeking to hire 2 entry level tenure-track positions in 2022-2023 (to start in fall of 2023)

(c) We would consider lateral hires for one or both of the above-mentioned tenure-track positions

(d) Deborah Farringer

(e) Ellen Black, Don Cochran, Lucian Dervan, Loren Mulraine, Elizabeth Usman

(f) Constitutional Law and Legal Writing

(g) We welcome individualized expressions of interest

(h) [email protected]

(i) email to [email protected]

(j) 2

Posted by: Deborah Farringer | Aug 19, 2022 4:39:50 PM

(a) Georgia State University College Law;

(b) Yes;

(c) Yes;

(d) Co-chairs: Professors Nirej Sekhon & Rob Weber (no distinction between entry level and lateral);

(e) Professors Russ Covey, Yaniv Heled, Mo Ivory, Caren Morrison, and Susan Smelcer;

(f) Criminal Law, Evidence, Constitutional Law, Business Law (Corporate and Commercial), Intellectual Property Law

(g) Individualized expressions of interest are welcome, but to be formally considered for a position candidates must submit applications through FAR or Academic Jobs Online (https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/22358).

(h) E-mail;

(i) https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/22358; and

(j) Up to 3.

Posted by: Nirej Sekhon | Aug 19, 2022 1:33:03 PM

(a) Texas A&M University School of Law
(b) We are pursuing entry-level hiring.
(c) We are pursuing lateral hiring.
(d) Chair for all tenure-stream hiring is Tim Mulvaney.
(e) Other committee members are Hannah Bloch-Wehba, Billy Magnuson, Fatma Marouf, and Huyen Pham.
(f) All fields
(g) We are happy to receive individualized expressions of interest via our University portal at http://apply.interfolio.com/91052 or via an email to our Appointments Committee’s Faculty Assistant, Pam Watson, at [email protected] If you are participating in the FAR, please kindly note as much in your submission.
(h) You are welcome to contact our Appointments Committee’s Faculty Assistant, Pam Watson, at [email protected], or the chair of our Committee, Tim Mulvaney, at [email protected], with questions.
(i) http://apply.interfolio.com/91052
(j) no fixed cap

Here is our ad:

TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW is continuing its drive to build a world-class faculty, with a new wave of tenure-track and tenured faculty hires in 2022-23 and beyond.

Since integrating with Texas A&M in 2013, the law school (located in Dallas/Fort Worth) has sustained a remarkable institutional trajectory—as evidenced by significant growth in the size, diversity, and scholarly impact of our faculty; dramatic gains in the academic profile of our incoming students; and resulting advances in the school’s rank and reputation. With Texas A&M University's recent commitment to further increases in its support for the law school, the coming years will see a substantial number of additional faculty hires, further advances in the caliber of our student body, and construction of an entire new campus, with the law school as its academic anchor.
We are particularly interested in recruiting outstanding scholars—of any research methodology and in any subject area—who are excited by the opportunity to engage in scholarship, teaching, and policy work at the highest level, at one of the nation’s largest public universities.

Texas A&M University is committed to enriching the learning and working environment for all visitors, students, faculty, and staff, by promoting a culture that embraces inclusion, diversity, equity, and accountability. Diverse perspectives, talents, and identities are vital to accomplishing our mission and living our core values.

Interested scholars are encouraged to submit a résumé and cover letter online at http://apply.interfolio.com/91052. If you have questions, please contact Professor Timothy M. Mulvaney, Appointments Committee Chair, at [email protected]

Posted by: Tim Mulvaney | Aug 19, 2022 1:07:29 PM

(a) Loyola University New Orleans College of Law
(b) yes
(c) yes
(d) chair – Prof. Imre Szalai, Judge John D. Wessel Distinguished Professor of Social Justice
(e) Professors Chunlin Leonhard, Blaine LeCesne, Trey Drury
(f) tax, constitutional law, legal research & writing
(g) direct applications welcome, sent to [email protected]
(h) [email protected]
(i) https://www.loyno.edu/about/employment/faculty-employment-opportunities
(j) three positions

Posted by: Imre Szalai | Aug 18, 2022 9:29:56 PM

(a) Charleston School of Law;

(b) Yes;

(c) Maybe;

(d) Dylan Malagrinò, Associate Dean for Faculty Research & Development and Professor of Law;

(e) Professors Allyson Haynes Stuart, Jean Steadman, and Melanie Regis;

(f) Business Organizations, Sales, Secured Transactions, and Tax;

(g) Packets will be accepted;

(h) Committee on Faculty Recruitment, Retention & Inclusion: [email protected];

(i) Should you have any questions for the Chair of the Committee, please feel free to email Dylan Malagrinò, Associate Dean for Faculty Research & Development and Professor of Law, at: [email protected];

(j) Likely one, potentially more.

Posted by: Dylan Malagrino | Aug 18, 2022 2:25:33 PM

(a) University of Nebraska College of Law

(b) Yes

(c) Yes

(d) Anthony Schutz (entry level and associate dean for DEI), Adam Thimmesch (lateral)

(e) entry level: Schutz, Berger, Medill, Tierney; lateral: Thimmesch, Jefferis, Langvardt, Moberly, Wilson; associate dean for DEI: Schutz, Agosto, Berger, Moberly, Pearlman, Wilson

(f) We have three primary areas of interest: Criminal Law, Civil Procedure, and Contracts. Other courses that would fill curricular needs include, but are not limited to, Family Law; Environmental Law; Poverty Law; Administrative Law; Health Law; Election Law; Immigration; Gender, Class, and Race Discrimination; Mediation; Negotiation; Client Counseling; Criminal Pre-trial Litigation; Mental Health Law; Capital Punishment; Antitrust; Law and Social Change; Representing Underrepresented Clients; Conflicts of Law; Education Law; Trademark/Unfair Competition; Transactional Drafting; White Collar Crime; Wills and Trusts; and Accounting for Lawyers.

In addition, the College of Law invites applications for lateral candidates for a tenured faculty position with administrative responsibilities as the Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. We are looking for a talented self-starter who is dedicated to developing inclusive organizational practices, to teaching through word and deed the importance of diversity and equity, and to advancing justice by encouraging current and future lawyers to see different perspectives and learn cross-cultural competency. Our ideal hire desires to be a part of a high-functioning team of professionals focused on the important work of developing the next generation of inclusive leaders.

(g) Direct applications welcome.

(h) For questions about the application process, please contact Anthony Schutz, Chair, Faculty Appointments Committee, University of Nebraska College of Law, Lincoln, NE 68583-0902, or send an email to [email protected]

(i) See https://employment.unl.edu/postings/80679 (three entry level and faculty lines); https://employment.unl.edu/postings/80703 (associate dean for diversity, equity, and inclusion) for full information and to apply.

(j) 4

Posted by: James Tierney | Aug 18, 2022 8:40:26 AM

Florida State University College of Law is looking to fill multiple full-time, tenured or tenure-track positions to begin in August 2023. Entry-level and lateral candidates with a demonstrated commitment to scholarship, teaching, and service are encouraged to apply.

We are open to candidates in all academic areas, although environmental law, constitutional law and business law are a plus. We also strongly encourage candidates with diverse backgrounds and viewpoints to apply. We will be reviewing the FAR, but individual expressions of interest are welcome (from entry-levels or laterals).

We are also looking to fill two Chairs. One opening is the Tobias Simon Chair in Public Law. Candidates must have a distinguished publication record in a public law field, including, but not limited to, civil rights and civil liberties, international law, and public policy. The other opening is the D’Alemberte Chair. Candidates for this position must have a distinguished record in constitutional law with a focus on the first amendment.

Applications or questions may be sent to Professor Jeffrey Kahn, Appointments Committee Chair, at [email protected]

An Equal Opportunity/Access/Affirmative Action/Pro Disabled & Veteran Employer.

FSU’s Equal Opportunity Statement can be viewed at: http://www.hr.fsu.edu/PDF/Publications/diversity/EEO_Statement.pdf

A) FSU
B) Yes
C) Yes
D) Jeff Kahn
E) Kelli Williams, Jake Linford, Emily Spottswood, Mason Marks
F) Environmental, Constitutional, Business
G) Individual expression of interest welcome
H) [email protected]
I) TBD
J) Several, in addition to the chairs
K) Both

Posted by: Jake Linford | Aug 17, 2022 3:46:30 PM

Does anyone know who is the chair for the UCLA hiring committee? I’m writing a cover letter for UCLA, but I’m not sure who to address it to.

Posted by: Anon | Aug 16, 2022 10:03:15 PM

(a) George Washington University Law School
(b) Yes
(c) Yes
(d) Edward Swaine
(e) Robert Brauneis, Robert Cottrol, Laura Dickinson, Laurie Kohn, William Kovacic, Sean Murphy, Jessica Steinberg (unified committee)
(f) multiple areas (please see postings indicated in (i))
(g) packets are welcome, but FAR or university portal are used for entry level applicants, and university portal or email for laterals (please see postings indicated in (i)))
(h) [email protected]
(i) https://www.gwu.jobs/postings/94950 and
https://www.gwu.jobs/postings/94951
(j) multiple

Posted by: Edward T Swaine | Aug 16, 2022 6:02:41 PM

(a) Saint Louis University School of Law
(b) Entry level: yes
(c) Lateral level: yes
(d) Chad Flanders ([email protected]) and Robert Gatter ([email protected]) (unified committee)
(d) William Johnson (dean), Michael Duff, Kerry Ryan, Amy Sanders, Kathryn Banks
(e) Health law (hiring for three positions); 1L courses (especially property, contracts, and constitutional law) and upper level courses (especially professional responsibility and employment law) (hiring for two positions)
(f) Packets are fine. Send to Chad Flanders ([email protected])
(g) Email [email protected] or [email protected]
(h) Five total positions

Posted by: Chad Flanders | Aug 15, 2022 5:56:06 PM

(a) Washington University School of Law
(b) Yes
(c) Yes
(d) Dan Epps (unified committee)
(e) Susan Appleton, Scott Baker, Trevor Gardner, Rachel Sachs; John Inazu (spring only); Daniel Harawa (spring only)
(f) A number of fields of interest, including criminal law, property, and other first-year courses; environmental law; health law; intellectual property; private international law; and tax.
(g) Packets are fine, but please only send them to [email protected] and not to me or the committee members directly
(h) email to [email protected]

Posted by: Dan Epps, Washington University in St. Louis | Aug 15, 2022 1:57:19 PM

Loyola University Chicago School of Law
Beazley Chair in Health Law and Policy (tenured, lateral)
Chair: Margaret Moses
Committee members: John Breen, Patricia Lee, Jordan Paradise, Steven Ramirez
Health Law

https://www.careers.luc.edu/postings/21390

Posted by: Jordan Paradise | Aug 11, 2022 9:19:52 AM

(a) Emory University School of Law
(b) Yes
(c) Yes
(d) chair: Joanna Shepherd
(e) subcommittee chairs: Kay Levine, Jonathan Nash, Matthew Lawrence, John Witte, George Shepherd
(f) Corporate Law; Bankruptcy Law; Tax Law; Employment/Labor Law; Constitutional Law/Law & Religion; Private International Law; Artificial Intelligence
(g) don’t care
(h) email
(i) https://faculty-emory.icims.com/jobs/search?ss=1&hashed=-435620505
(j) 7

Posted by: Joanna Shepherd | Aug 10, 2022 3:31:28 PM

(a) West Virginia University College of Law
(b) Yes
(c) Yes
(d) Matt Titolo & Josh Weishart (Co-Chairs)
(e) Valerie Blake, Kat Garvey, Jessica Haught, John Taylor
(f) We are interested in hiring for legal writing and for the tenure/tenure-track hires we are particularly interested in candidates who will teach courses in the following areas: business law, health law, civil procedure, civil rights, and environmental law or energy law; however, qualified applicants in other areas may be considered.
(g) Affirmatively want to receive them.
(h) [email protected]
(i) https://wvu.taleo.net/careersection/faculty/jobsearch.ftl?lang=en
(j) Three


Posted by: Josh Weishart | Aug 9, 2022 11:54:08 AM

(a) Suffolk University Law School

(b) Both entry level and lateral

(c) Both entry level and lateral


(d) Linda Simard and John Infranca

(e) Sarah Burstein, Stephen Cody, Joe Franco, Rosa Kim, Renee Landers, Rene Reyes, Ragini Shah and Patrick Shin

(f) Contracts; Property; law and technology; and race, gender, and law

(g) Affirmatively want to receive from candidates serious about relocation to Boston

(h) Email

(i) https://jobs.jobvite.com/suffolkuniversity/job/o3Pskfwo

(j) three - two tenure track and one tenured/tenure track

Posted by: Ragini Shah | Aug 8, 2022 2:19:27 PM

(a) Campbell University School of Law
(b) Yes
(c) Yes
(d) Raluca Papadima (Chair)
(e) Scott Pryor (Vice Chair), Johnny Chriscoe, John DeStefano, Marcus Gadson, Olivia Weeks, Dan Tilly
(f) Criminal procedure, criminal law, litigation and trial advocacy, business and commercial law, constitutional law, professional responsibility, law & technology, family law
(g) Affirmatively want to receive them
(h) [email protected]
(j) Multiple

Posted by: Campbell University School of Law | Aug 8, 2022 1:23:56 PM

(a) University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, William S. Richardson School of Law
(b) Yes
(c) Yes
(d) Richard Chen
(e) Catherine Bye, Linda Krieger, Calvin Pang, Carole Petersen, Dina Shek, Kapua Sproat
(f) Civil Procedure, Contracts, Native Hawaiian Law, Admin, Business, Environmental, Health, IP, Labor & Employment, Pacific-Asian Legal Studies
(g) Want to receive
(h) Email to [email protected]
(i) Will be available soon
(j) Multiple

Posted by: Richard Chen | Aug 7, 2022 10:40:32 PM

@Anon | Aug 5, 2022 10:02:38 PM - That is very confusing! According to the AALS's webpage, "There is no Faculty Recruitment Conference in 2022."

https://www.aals.org/recruitment/current-faculty-staff/

My guess is that they have just not edited that part of their form in a while.

Posted by: Sarah Lawsky | Aug 5, 2022 11:37:09 PM

Does anyone know if there will be a fall hiring conference in DC this year? I thought there won't be one because of the pandemic, but when I submitted the FAR form, it said "we hope to see you in DC this fall."

Posted by: Anon | Aug 5, 2022 10:02:38 PM

University of Maryland posted hiring information on its careers portal: https://umb.taleo.net/careersection/sol_mobile_faculty/jobdetail.ftl

Posted by: 22/23 Candidate | Aug 5, 2022 4:06:07 PM

(a) Gonzaga University School of Law

(b) Yes

(c) No

(d) Agnieszka McPeak

(e) Jason Gillmer, Gail Hammer, Inga Laurent, and Dan Morrissey

(f) Variety of first-year, required, and elective courses, including Contracts, Secured Transactions, Sales, Business Planning, and other Business or Commercial Law courses; legal research & writing and clinical courses; and academic support or bar preparation courses taught in conjunction with doctrinal and clinical courses. Gonzaga Law embraces a unified faculty model, in which all faculty members are supported as scholars in all subject matter areas and have the opportunity to teach experiential, clinical, academic support, or bar preparation courses if desired.

(g) Please send individual packets to [email protected]

(h) Email to [email protected]

(i) Applicant must apply directly to Gonzaga University at www.gonzaga.edu/jobs by October 7, 2022 at midnight, U.S. PST; priority consideration deadline is August 29, 2022 at midnight, U.S. PST.

(j) 3 tenure-track positions

Posted by: Agnieszka McPeak | Aug 4, 2022 5:42:32 PM

(a) Seton Hall Law School

(b) Yes

(c) Yes

(d) Timothy Glynn

(e) Michael Coenen, Jenny-Brooke Condon, Jacob Elberg, Thomas Healy, Marina Lao, Ndjuoh MehChu

(f) We have particular teaching needs in administrative law, civil procedure, contracts/business associations, clinics, estates and trusts, evidence, and FDA, but we also are interested in candidates engaged in scholarship and teaching in race and gender, employment/labor, environmental law, family law, international law, and professional responsibility.

(g) We welcome packets/individualized expressions of interest

(h) Email

(i) https://jobs.shu.edu/cw/en-us/job/495361/associate-or-full-professor-of-law

(j) Multiple

Posted by: Tim Glynn | Aug 4, 2022 5:15:54 PM

(a) Indiana University McKinney School of Law

(b) Yes, pursuing entry-level hiring in 2022-2023

(c) Maybe pursuing lateral hiring in 2022-2023

(d) Chair is Yvonne Dutton ([email protected])

(e) Other members of the committee are Cynthia Baker, Jim Dimitri, Aila Hoss, Max Huffman, Linda Kelly, and Gerard Magliocca

(f) We are seeking individuals with an interest in teaching Property, Torts, Criminal Law, Evidence, T&E, Administrative Law, Legal Writing (LCA)

(g) We have no preferences about expressions of interest

(h) We have no preferences about method of contact

(i) We are using the FAR form, but please also apply to:

https://indiana.peopleadmin.com/postings/13311

or

https://indiana.peopleadmin.com/postings/13310

(j) 3 positions

Posted by: IU McKinney | Aug 4, 2022 1:22:39 AM

(a) Albany Law School
(b) Yes
(c) Yes
(d) Ted De Barbieri
(e) Jaya Connors, Pat Connors, Hirokawa, Queenan, Reyhan, Rosenbloom
(f) Trusts & Estates; Contracts and Commercial Law; Clinical (Intimate Partner/ Domestic Violence Litigation specifically); Introduction to Lawyering
(g) affirmatively want to receive them, by email
(h) email ([email protected]) or phone (518-445-3234)
(i) https://www.albanylaw.edu/about/employment-albany-law-school
(j) multiple

Posted by: Ted De Barbieri | Aug 3, 2022 1:39:20 PM


(a) University of Alabama School of Law

(b) yes, we are pursuing entry-level hiring in 2022-2023

(c) yes, we are pursuing lateral hiring in 2022-2023

(d) chair for both entry level and lateral candidates: Heather Elliott;

(e) et al.; and

(f) environmental law, civil procedure.

(g) affirmatively want to receive packets/individualized expressions of interest;

(h) email;

(i) for entry-level and junior lateral, https://facultyjobs.ua.edu/postings/50534; for more senior lateral, https://facultyjobs.ua.edu/postings/50536

(j) 2.

Posted by: Heather Elliott | Aug 3, 2022 12:59:21 PM

(a) Indiana University Maurer School of Law

(b) Yes, we are pursuing entry-level hiring in 2022-2023

(c) Yes, we are pursuing lateral hiring in 2022-2023

(d) The chair for both searches is Luis Fuentes-Rohwer ([email protected])

(e) Other members of the committee: Nicholas Almendares; Charlie Geyh; Mark Janis; Donna Nagy; and India Thusi

(f) Our major areas of need are commercial law, corporate law, criminal law and criminal procedure. Per our ad, we are “seeking outstanding entry-level and
lateral tenured/tenure-track applicants to meet needs in a variety of curricular areas including
civil rights, commercial law, comparative constitutional law/constitutional design, corporate law,
criminal law, criminal procedure, race and the law, and torts, among others.”

(g) We don’t have a feeling either way about expressions of interest.

(h) We are happy to be contacted in whatever way the applicant prefers.

(i) Please submit application materials to https://indiana.peopleadmin.com/postings/13168. We are also using the FAR form

(j) We have three positions

Posted by: Luis Fuentes-Rohwer | Aug 3, 2022 12:09:35 PM

(A) University of Connecticut School of Law
(B) Yes
(C) Yes
(D) Kiel Brennan-Marquez
(E) Bethany Berger, Michael Fischl, Willajeanne McLean, Peter Siegelman, Julia Simon-Kerr
(F) 1. Criminal Procedure; 2. Environmental Law; 3. Constitutional Law; 4. Civil Procedure; 5. Land Use; 6. Privacy / Cybersecurity; 7. Professional Responsibility
(G) Yes, via email
(H) [email protected]
(J) 1
(K) All seniority levels welcome

Posted by: Kiel Brennan-Marquez | Aug 2, 2022 9:54:20 PM

Updated link for the DePaul position:

https://apply.interfolio.com/109685

Posted by: Max Helveston | Aug 2, 2022 2:12:08 PM

(a) University of Georgia School of Law
(b) Yes
(c) Yes
(d) Andrea L. Dennis
(e) Beth Burch, Nathan Chapman, Julian Cook, Thomas Kadri
(f) Ethics, Business, Tax, Technology, AI
(g) Don’t care
(h) Email
(i) https://www.ugajobsearch.com/postings/268170
(j) 1 (maybe 2)

Posted by: Andrea Dennis | Aug 1, 2022 5:03:39 PM

(a) Louisiana State University Paul M. Hebert Law Center

(b) Yes

(c) Yes

(d) Missy Lonegrass

(e) Lisa Avalos, Bill Corbett, Christina Sautter, Caprice Roberts, Scott Sullivan, Maggie Thomas

(f) We are looking to hire tenure-track or tenured faculty in a variety of areas, including, but not limited to, faculty who have expertise in business law, civil & comparative law, civil procedure, constitutional law, contracts, criminal law and procedure, evidence, family law, professional responsibility, and property.

(g) Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest, resume including a list of three references, research agenda, and, if available, teaching evaluations.

(h) email: [email protected]

(i) Applicants should applying using the following link: (https://lsu.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/LSU/job/0400-Hebert-Law-Center/Assistant-Professor-of-Law-Associate-Professor-of-Law-Professor-of-Law_R00069560).

(j) 3

Posted by: Missy Lonegrass | Aug 1, 2022 3:27:44 PM

The Entry-Level Hiring Process at Berkeley Law

We expect that Berkeley Law will hire at both the entry-level and at the lateral-level. For those seeking entry-level teaching positions, we encourage applying through the Association of American Law School’s Faculty Appointments Register.

It is important that our process be as transparent as possible. There are aspects of the Berkeley Law hiring process that are distinctive. Here is a brief description of the entry-level hiring process.

1. There is an entry-level sub-committee. It will read all FAR forms and entry-level applications. Members of the entry-level sub-committee will use a scoring rubric. It is helpful to our committee, although not required, for those interested in Berkeley Law to take advantage of the new option this year of uploading a diversity statement as part of the AALS submission. The expectation is that from our initial screening, we will select several dozen promising candidates for further consideration.

2. If we invite you to file an application, that means you have passed the screening stage and we are interested in your candidacy. The application process is simple; it mostly consists of submitting a resume and a diversity statement. After we receive the formal application, we can proceed in our consideration of the candidate.

3. Under California state law, we cannot consider race or gender in the hiring process. At the same time, contributions to diversity are an important consideration in our process. When we review diversity statements, we are not looking for a particular ideological commitment or background. Instead, our primary focus is whether the candidate has a commitment to helping students from a wide range of backgrounds succeed.

We hope that this makes our process more transparent, but we always are glad to answer questions and provide more information if we can be of assistance.

Posted by: Daniel Farber | Aug 1, 2022 2:11:05 PM

(a) University of Tennessee College of Law.

(b) Yes, we are pursuing entry-level hiring.

(c) We are simultaneously pursuing lateral hiring.

(d) Professor Michelle Kwon is the chair of the appointments committee.

(e) Other members of the hiring committee are: Dwight Aarons, Eric Amarante, Zack Buck, Joan Heminway, Michael Higdon, George Kuney, Joy Radice, and Val Vojdik.

(f) We are open to hires in the following subject areas:
• Advocacy Clinic (a civil, juvenile, and criminal law direct legal services clinic)
• Business law (including business associations and contracts)
• Criminal law (both substantive and procedural)
• Environmental law
• Estate planning and tax
• Health law
• Property
• Technology and data privacy

(g) We welcome packets/individualized expressions of interest

(h) Please email Professor Kwon at [email protected]

(i) We will be using the FAR. For those not in the FAR, applications must be submitted through http://apply.interfolio.com/109970.

(j) We have up to four positions

Posted by: Michael Higdon | Aug 1, 2022 10:19:20 AM

(a) University of Kansas School of Law

(b) Yes, we are pursuing entry-level hiring in 2022-2023

(c) We are considering pre-tenure lateral hiring in 2022-2023 in the areas of business, corporate, finance, and transactional law

(d) Kyle Velte is the chair of the committee for both positions

(e) Other members of the hiring committee are: Laura Hines, Jamila Jefferson-Jones, Stephen Mazza, Lou Mulligan, and Jean Phillips

(f) We are seeking (1) entry-level or pre-tenure lateral candidates for business, corporate, finance, and transactional law, and (2) entry-level candidates from all subject areas

(g) We welcome packets/individualized expressions of interest

(h) Preferred way to be contacted is via email to [email protected]

(i) We will be using the FAR. In addition, for information about the position or to apply please visit https://employment.ku.edu/academic/22719BR and https://employment.ku.edu/academic/22720BR

(j) There are 2 available faculty positions at KU

Posted by: Kyle Velte | Jul 29, 2022 3:31:13 PM

(a) Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law
(b) Yes, we are pursuing entry-level hiring in 2022-2023.
(c) Yes, we are pursuing lateral hiring in 2022-2023.
(d) Todd Aagaard is the chair of our Appointments Committee for both entry-level and lateral hiring.
(e) Other members of the committee are David Caudill, Teri Ravenell, Ana Santos Rutschman, and Emily Stolzenberg.
(f) We are interested in all areas of law, especially Race and the Law, Constitutional Law, International Law, and Commercial Law. We also are hiring a Health Law Clinic Director and legal writing faculty.
(g) We welcome packets and individualized expressions of interest.
(h) Please contact by email at [email protected]
(j) We are hiring as many as three doctrinal faculty, a Health Law Clinic Director, and two legal writing faculty.

Posted by: Todd Aagaard | Jul 29, 2022 10:54:24 AM

(a) DePaul University College of Law

(b) Yes

(c) No

(d) Max Helveston, [email protected]

(e) Greg Mark, Mark Moller, Manoj Mate, Bobbi Kwall

(f) Business Law, Contracts, Tax, Commercial Law, and Antitrust

(g) affirmatively want to receive them

(h) e-mail the committee chair

(i) https://academics.depaul.edu/faculty-jobs/Pages/position-detail.aspx?dpusearchbyid=447612 (for job information and to apply directly, we will also be using the FAR)

(j) 1 entry-level

Posted by: Max Helveston | Jul 28, 2022 4:31:27 PM

(a) Suffolk University Law School

(b) Yes

(c) Yes

(d) John Infranca and Linda Simard (single commitee for entry-level and lateral)

(e)

(f) Three positions:
(1) Contracts (first-year course plus upper-level business offerings, such as Business Entities and Bankruptcy); (2) Property (needs include first-year course, plus Intellectual Property (particularly Patents, Life Sciences, and Biotech), Trusts and Estates, Wills, and Real Estate Transactions)
(3) Law and Technology (areas that fall under a broad umbrella of technology law, such as Law and Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain Law, FinTech Law, and Cyberlaw or Internet Law)

(g) We will be reviewing appplications in the Faculty Appointments Register, candidates can also submit directly via the university's Jobvite site: https://jobs.jobvite.com/suffolkuniversity/job/o3Pskfwo

(h) Inquiries and questions can be sent to the committee chairs, John Infranca and Linda Simard.

(i) https://jobs.jobvite.com/suffolkuniversity/job/o3Pskfwo

(j) Up to 3, one of which may be a tenured lateral, the remainder tenure-track entry-level or lateral

Posted by: John Infranca | Jul 28, 2022 3:14:10 PM

(a) Michigan State University College of Law
(b) Yes
(c) Yes
(d) Tiffani Darden ([email protected]) & David Thronson ([email protected]) are co-chairs of our hiring committee,
(e) Paul Stokstad, Wenona Singel, Michael Sant’Ambrogio, Frank Ravitch, Daphne O’Regan, and Catherine Grosso
(f) All areas of law, although subject areas of particular interest include contracts and commercial law, family law, health care law and policy with an emphasis on inequities in public and private health care systems, race and the law, criminal law, trusts and estates, international law, and constitutional law.
In addition, two named professorships: First, the Law College seeks entry-level or lateral candidates for its inaugural 1855 Professorship in the Law of Democracy, which will focus on legal inequities in the democratic process. Second, the Law College seeks a tenured faculty member with exceptional teaching and scholarship credentials to fill our John F. Schaefer Chair in Matrimonial Law.
Finally, the Law College seeks to hire a Research Writing and Advocacy professor to teach in the first-year legal writing and advocacy program.
MSU is committed to achieving excellence through cultural diversity. The University actively encourages applications from and nominations of women, persons of color, veterans and persons with disabilities. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, citizenship, age, disability or protected veteran status.
(g) We welcome individualized expressions of interest.
(h) email
(i) [coming soon, there will be a hyperlink]
(j) Several in addition to the two named professorships.

Posted by: Catherine Grosso | Jul 28, 2022 3:10:13 PM

(a) University of Arkansas School of Law (Fayetteville)

(b) Yes

(c) Yes

(d) C. Circo

(e) B. Bullock, U. Ewelukwa, A. Killenbeck, A. Nunn

(f) Criminal Law & Procedure; Legal Research & Writing; Corp. Law (Securities Reg.); Clinical

(g) Yes (for laterals only)

(h) Email

(j) Up to five (all tenure track)

Posted by: Blair Bullock | Jul 28, 2022 2:58:57 PM

(a) Boston College Law School

(b) Yes

(c) Yes

(d) Kent Greenfield

(e) et al.

(f) broad curricular priorities, including environmental law and justice

(g) affirmatively want to receive them

(h) email

(j) multiple

Posted by: Anon | Jul 27, 2022 10:09:10 PM

(a) University of Washington School of Law

(b) Entry-Level Hiring: Yes (anticipated)

(c) Lateral Hiring: Unlikely for the tenure-track line but we welcome expressions of interest from laterals in case matters change. For the legal research and writing positions, we welcome applications from lateral and entry-level instructors.

(d) Hiring Chair: Mary D. Fan

(e) Members: Cimini, Nguyen, Nicolas, Wolotira, Ziff

(f) Subjects: (1) Criminal Law and Procedure (tenure-track), (2) Legal Research and Writing

(g) We will be reviewing candidates in the Faculty Appointments Register. You are welcome to submit materials via Interfolio or email to Prof. Mary Fan, Faculty Appointments Chair, at [email protected] If we invite you for an interview, we will ask that you upload your cover letter, resume, list of references, publications, and teaching evaluations via Interfolio if you have not already done so.

(h) The Interfolio listing will go live when we receive budgetary approval. I will update this post with the URL when available.

(i) Anticipated: at least one tenure-track position and one to two legal research and writing instructor positions.

Posted by: Mary D. Fan | Jul 27, 2022 4:38:30 PM

(a) Mississippi College School of Law
(b) Entry Level: Yes
(c) Lateral: Possibly
(d) Jonathan Will
(e) Donald Campbell, Angela Dixon, Hilary Escajeda, Phillip McIntosh, Alina Ng
(f)multiple curricular areas, but we have particularly interest in Civil Law, Civil Procedure, Commercial Law, Contracts, Cyber Law/Law & Technology, Estates & Trusts, First Amendment, and Race and the Law.
(g) Applications should be sent in a single PDF to Professor Jonathan Will, Chair, Faculty Appointments Committee, via email at [email protected], and include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, a scholarly research agenda, the names and contact information of three references, and teaching evaluations (if available).
(j) Up to 3 tenure-track positions

Posted by: Jonathan Will | Jul 26, 2022 4:01:11 PM

The University of Richmond School of Law seeks scholars who are passionate about their teaching and research, who will thrive in an environment of engaged faculty, and who view the success of their students and colleagues as their own success. This year we have openings for two entry-level tenure-track professors, and we are especially looking for expertise in federal courts and in criminal procedure (especially the adjudicative side). If you have questions, feel free to email us at [email protected]

The University of Richmond, an equal opportunity employer, is committed to developing a diverse workforce and student body and to modeling an inclusive campus community that values the expression of difference in ways that promote excellence in teaching, learning, personal development, and institutional success. We strongly encourage applications that are in keeping with this commitment.

Answers to Sarah's specific questions:
(a) We're the University of Richmond -- go Spiders!
(b) We're pursuing entry-level hiring.
(c) We're also pursuing lateral hiring, but only for relatively junior laterals (i.e., recently tenured or junior-er that that).
(d) Chair for all tenure-stream hiring is Jim Gibson.
(e) Other committee members are Hank Chambers, Erin Collins, Corinna Lain, Luke Norris, and Kevin Woodson.
(f) Two teaching needs are driving our hiring this year. One is in criminal law, and particularly the bail-to-jail side of criminal procedure. The other is in fed courts, although beyond that one course we have a lot of curricular flexibility for the position.
(g) We are happy to receive packets and individualized expressions of interest at [email protected]
(h) If you’d like to reach out, just email us at [email protected]
(i) We’ll be using the AALS process to solicit applications. If you are not part of that process or have a specific question, feel free to email us at (wait for it) [email protected]
(j) We have two tenure-stream slots available.

Posted by: Jim Gibson | Jul 25, 2022 1:50:12 PM

@ Anon | Jul 25, 2022 3:36:56 AM - Yes, "Unified" means the same committee reviews entry level and lateral. I don't think it would generally mean the same committee reviews VAP applications - schools have different approaches to those, and this spreadsheet is primarily for listing committees for permanent hires - though it's not impossible that the committee would review them.

I added that column when more schools had different entry-level and lateral committees; this year it doesn't seem relevant, at least not yet....

Posted by: Sarah Lawsky | Jul 25, 2022 8:11:25 AM

Under the “type of committee” column, what does “unified” meaning? Does it mean that the same committee reviews VAP, fellowship, and faculty position applications?

Posted by: Anon | Jul 25, 2022 3:36:56 AM

(A) Seattle University School of Law
(B) yes
(C) yes
(D) Maggie Chon and Russ Powell
(E) Andrew Siegel, Tony Varona, Steve Bender, Mimi Samuel, Won Kidane
(F) Considering all areas but priorities are Constitutional Law, Tax, Torts, Legal Writing, Clinical Teaching
(G) Affirmatively want to receive from laterals, either way for entry level
(H) Advertisement on school website
(I) up to 5 positions

Posted by: Andrew Siegel | Jul 23, 2022 2:06:37 PM

a) George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School
b) yes
c) yes
d) Henry Butler
e) Caroline Cecot, Terrence Chorvat, Jennifer Mascott, Adam Mossoff, Murat Mungan, Ilya Somin
f) Special needs in Trusts & estates and Evidence. But, we will consider great scholars without subject matter constraints.
g) For full consideration, apply for position number F9054z at http://jobs.gmu.edu/

Posted by: Murat Mungan | Jul 22, 2022 12:38:33 PM

(a) Duquesne University School of Law
(b) Entry Level? Yes
(c) Lateral? Yes
(d) Committee Chair: Bruce Ledewitz
(e) Committee Members: Steven Baicker McKee, Ashley London, Joe Mistick, Jane Moriarty, Grace Orsatti, Ann Schiavone
(f) We welcome applications from candidates across all areas of law, although subject areas of particular interest include: Property, Contracts, Torts and Business Associations. Other areas of interest include Professional Responsibility, Emerging Technologies, Intellectual Property, Health Law, and related elective courses.
(g) Affirmatively want to receive packets of interest, via Interfolio
(h) email or inter folio
(i) https://www.duq.edu/work-at-du/careers/faculty-hiring/school-of-law/full-time-tenured/tenure-track-faculty-
(j) several tenure-track

Posted by: Richard L. Heppner Jr. | Jul 22, 2022 11:10:01 AM

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