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Adjunct Faculty, Legal Research, Spring 2016
Duties: Introduction to legal research, methods and writing. Course will include the use of reporters, statutes, digests, citators, encyclopedias, legal periodicals and practice manuals. Emphasis placed on developing strategies for researching legal questions. Will also learn the mechanics of writing case briefs and legal memoranda.
Assistant, Associate or Teaching Professor - Legal Skills
Responsibilities: Teach legal research, writing and professional skills in the first year Legal Skills in Social Context Program. Teaching legal research, writing and lawyering skills to first year students and overseeing student projects in the Social Justice component of the Legal Skills in Social Context program. Teach one or more sections of an upper level legal writing course and may work collaboratively with o...
Senior Research Administrator, Sponsored Programs
Duties: Responsible for supporting faculty and staff throughout the life-cycle of a funded project, including guidance with proposal preparation, proposal review and submission, award review and negotiation, post award non-financial management and close-out of the project. Brings together a broad range of knowledge and experience in support of a portfolio of school and department research programs (ranging from small to l...
Assistant Director for Government and Public interest, School of Law, Career Development
The candidate will counsel and assist J.D. students and alumni/ae in all aspects of career exploration and job searches through scheduled appointments, walk-ins, telephone and email. Will devise job search strategies through individualized counseling. Review resumes and edit cover letters. Conduct mock interviews. Advise students and alumni on negotiating and accepting job offers, etc....
Associate Director, Academic Enrichment, School of Law, Student Services
Duties: Report to the Associate Dean for Student Affairs. Responsible for the development, implementation, and assessment of academic and bar support programs for students at the Law School. Provide leadership and support for assessing and responding to students progress on academic learning outcomes; writing and oral performance; and study strategies. Develop and implement programming that compliment...
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The candidate will: Under the direction of the President, responds to the wide range of legal, regulatory, policy and governance issues, demonstrating sound judgment, substantive in-depth legal knowledge, and an understanding of higher education and complex business transactions. Manages other University attorneys and services of external counsel in doing the same. Serves as member of the University’s leadership team and supports the Board of Trustees. ...
Assistant Professor of Educational Administration
Duties: Carry out an active research and publication agenda that makes significant contributions to the fields of PreK-12 urban education and which can attract extramural funding; teach Master's and certificate-level courses in Educational Administration and, as needed, in the EdD and PhD urban education program; advise and mentor graduate students; contribute service to the university's urban mission.
Assistant, Associate, Teaching Professor & Director of Bar Support
DUTIES: Design and implement an effective bar passage program, for all students, including specific programming and curricula for students whose academic indicia are predictive of challenges in passing the bar exam by: Creating and maintaining an open and welcoming environment for students and providing advice and counsel to students on issues related to their academic success. Working collaboratively wit...
Seeking a Part-time Lecturer - Business Law to teach undergraduate courses in the content area of Business Law for Certificate, Associates and Bachelors in the standard undergraduate programs or for the Fast-Track 18-month Bachelors Completion Programs. Candidate should have a Master’s degree and industry experience. Related certifications or licensures, as well as Doctorate degree are preferred. 3+ years' teaching experience is required. Online teaching experience is des...
Lecturer, Lawyering Program, School Of Law
The candidate will be responsible for teaching the required first year Lawyering course that will cover legal reasoning, legal writing, oral advocacy, and lawyering skills. Lecturers will also teach in our one-week Lawyering Lab during January intercession. Teach 35-40 students a semester in the Lawyering Program, divided into two sections. Will be assigned two upper-class Writing Fellows, will work with the students as they dra...