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  • 09 Jun 2015 3:57 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    Brooklyn Law School seeks to hire a tenure-track or tenured professor to teach in our clinical program.  Our program is broad and deep (8 in-house and 17 hybrid clinics as well as 6 externships).  It has also been growing in recent years, with the addition of 5 new clinical faculty members.

    We would now like to hire someone to develop a clinic that either supplements an existing clinic or introduces a new substantive focus; emphasizes a set of skills and type of work not included in our other clinics; or works in fora which our current clinics do not.  The new clinic should provide students with opportunities to both write and develop other lawyering skills.  Please consult to see our current offerings.

    The ideal candidate would have some teaching experience as well as a prior record as, or clear potential to be, an effective clinical teacher.  The ideal candidate would also have an interest in engaging in scholarship and teaching non-clinical courses.

    Applicants should submit a letter of interest, C.V., and contact information for three references to the Chair of the search committee, Professor David Reiss, via email to  The search committee will begin reviewing applications immediately, and will conduct preliminary interviews in person and by video conference at the beginning of the Fall semester.

    Brooklyn Law School is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer committed to the principle of diversity.  It is interested in receiving applications from a broad spectrum of applicants, including minorities, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities.

  • 06 Jun 2015 9:06 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    The Mills Legal Clinic of Stanford Law School welcomes applicants for the Clinical Supervising Attorney and Lecturer in Law ("CSA") position in its Religious Liberty Clinic (“RLC”)—the only full-time clinic in the country dedicated to teaching students through litigation in that field. As a member of the RLC, the CSA will not only join the core team of this landmark program but will also become part of the thriving clinical community at Stanford where, together with the faculty and staff, he or she will represent clients and train students at one of the nation’s top institutions for legal scholarship and education.

    The RLC is the newest of the eleven clinics comprising the Mills Legal Clinic—the “law firm” under which Stanford’s clinical program is housed. The RLC launched in August 2012, and has quickly become a fixture at the law school. The Stanford clinical program is unique in that students participate in a clinic on a full-time basis; the clinic is the only course a student takes during the term of enrollment. The Mills Legal Clinic occupies an entire floor in an award-winning central campus building opened just a few years ago.

    The RLC focuses on developing professional skills in a dynamic way. Specifically, its students are introduced to the “real practice of law” through their representation of a diverse group of clients in disputes arising from a wide range of beliefs and practices, and in a variety of settings. A typical project might involve a prisoner facing obstacles to religious observance; a small church, synagogue, or mosque with zoning challenges; or an employee facing religious discrimination in the workplace. Students learn and apply the laws affecting religious liberty, and are taught to counsel individual or institutional clients and litigate on their behalf with excellence, professionalism, and maturity.

    As a litigation-focused clinic, the RLC involves administrative, trial, and appellate work. Most administrative and trial work takes place in California, while appellate work is often done out of state. Because the RLC is a new and rather unique project, near-term clinic activities will also include marketing, outreach, and development efforts. Further details about the RLC’s approach and docket can be found at its website here.

    The CSA participates in all activities of the RLC, including client development, student supervision, and client representation. The CSA also assists the RLC’s faculty director with curriculum design, teaching and evaluation matters, and clinic operations. All Mills Legal Clinic attorneys are part of the intellectual community within the clinical program and the Law School and university at large. For example, CSAs are invited to attend weekly workshops at which scholars from Stanford and throughout the world present works in progress. The RLC also provides resources for its lawyers, including CSAs, to participate in continuing education and other professional development.

    Applicants for the CSA position should typically have at least three years of litigation experience, preferably at the trial level, and be members of the California bar (or be willing to take the next-offered California bar exam). Applicants must possess strong academic credentials, a developed interest in religious liberty, and organizational and team skills essential to helping run what is, in essence, a small law firm. Teaching or supervision experience (or the demonstrated potential for such skills) is desirable. 

    The salary is based on a formula that is competitive with similar positions. Applicants should submit resumes through, noting job number 67062. Applicants should also send the following materials electronically to the RLC’s legal assistant, Hayden Rodarte at

    • A statement no longer than three pages describing the applicant’s: (i) litigation or other relevant experience; (ii) interest in religious liberty generally and the RLC in particular; and (iii) interest and potential for clinical supervision and teaching
    • A resume
    • A list of three professional references
    • A writing sample
    • A complete law school transcript

    Applications will be considered on a rolling basis until the position is filled. The anticipated start date is September 1, 2015, although an earlier start is possible.

  • 04 Jun 2015 11:19 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    The University of Pennsylvania Law School seeks a Visitor in its Transnational Legal Clinic for the 2015-2016 academic year.  The Transnational Legal Clinic is the law school’s international human rights and immigration clinic and an integral part of the Gittis Center for Clinical Legal Studies, Penn’s endowed clinical program which offers students real-case clinical opportunities in every major lawyering role. The Clinic is also an important part of Penn Law’s international and comparative law program, and reflects the school’s commitment to teaching, scholarship, and service in the global legal environment.

    Through the Transnational Legal Clinic, students directly engage in and reflect on the role of the lawyer in settings that cut across cultures, borders, languages, and legal systems.  The Clinic’s immigration docket is comprised of asylum, Special Immigrant Juvenile Status, U visa and T visa petitions, and is evenly split between clients in removal proceedings and those seeking affirmative forms of relief.  The human rights docket is comprised of a range of cases and advocacy projects primarily in the United States that focus on migration and immigrant rights.  The Clinic is structured around a seminar that meets twice a week (approximately half of which is case rounds) and regular supervision.    

    Penn seeks candidates with strong practice experience in immigration and international human rights, distinguished academic and professional achievement, and a demonstrated commitment to clinical teaching and supervision. Candidates must have a minimum of three years of relevant practice experience; prior teaching experience is strongly preferred.  Review of candidates will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.  The position will serve for one or both of the semesters during the 2015 – 2016 academic year. The University of Pennsylvania is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.  Women and minority candidates are especially encouraged to apply.

    Please submit applications (resume and cover letter) electronically to:  Any questions can be directed to Sarah Paoletti, Director of the Transnational Legal Clinic, at  

  • 04 Jun 2015 10:54 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    Summary: The Senior Associate Director and Litigation Manager in the Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation of Harvard Law School (CHLPI) leads CHLPI’s efforts on all aspects of operating and expanding an innovative clinical program that uses administrative advocacy and litigation to expand access to healthcare for low-income populations and to promote more equitable and effective health care systems. The position is for a one-year term appointment, with ongoing terms dependent on the availability of funding and project needs.

    This position represents a unique opportunity to work within Harvard Law School’s clinical program, to join a dynamic public interest and clinical teaching health and public health law and policy office, and practice in a burgeoning area of state and national importance.

    Essential Functions: Collaborating with CHLPI’s team of experienced attorneys and dedicated law student interns, the Senior Director and Litigation Manager advocates for legal, regulatory, and policy reforms to improve the health of underserved populations, with a focus on the needs of low-income people living with chronic illnesses and disabilities. The Senior Associate Director helps to build upon and extend CHLPI’s innovative work in health and public health law and policy by developing and implementing litigation strategies to ensure access to high-quality healthcare and reduce health disparities. As part of these efforts, this position works with local partners to file complaints with relevant state and federal agencies as well as engage in impact litigation at the state and federal levels. Areas of litigation practice will likely include efforts to enforce Affordable Care Act anti-discrimination provisions through the filing of complaints with Office for Civil Rights at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and state insurance regulators, as well as potential lawsuits directly against health insurers.

    The Senior Director also collaborates with the Faculty Director to conceptualize and execute new strategies and initiatives to advance CHLPI’s programmatic agenda, providing objective analyses of current activities and recommendations for future development. In conjunction with the Faculty Director, s/he also provides training and supervision to students regarding case management protocols and office operations, including monitoring the opening and closing of cases, and assists in administration of CHLPI’s academic program.

    The Senior Director collaborates with the Faculty Director on issues of performance management, compensation, staff relations and training. S/he acts as liaison to Law School offices and represents CHLPI inside and outside the Harvard community. S/he also assists in community outreach and building strong relationships with human service providers, other legal services programs, faculty and alumni/ae.

    Qualifications, Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Basic Qualifications: JD Degree – three years or more relevant litigation experience. Additional Qualifications: Ability to work independently, as well as in teams; ability to thrive in a high-volume practice; strong oral and written communication skills; strong motivation and initiative and the ability to work creatively within broad program goals; ability to learn and achieve superior professional practice; and strong organization, time management, case management and documentation skills.

    To Apply:; Requisition #35910BR

  • 01 Jun 2015 1:01 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    The East Bay Community Law Center (EBCLC) is seeking a Housing Attorney/Clinical Supervisor to join its 6-person Housing Practice to represent low-income tenants in unlawful detainer cases, advocate for tenants in a broad range of housing-related legal problems, and contribute to the creation of more just and humane housing policies for Alameda County tenants. The ideal candidate is an excellent advocate with strong writing and organizational skills who has the ability to work well in a fast-paced, high-volume litigation setting, and experience in providing direct legal services to low-income people.

    EBCLC is a non-profit organization founded in 1988 to provide high quality legal services to low income  clients and educational opportunities for law students and community volunteers. As UC Berkeley Law School's community-based clinic, EBCLC is currently the largest provider of free legal services for low-income residents in the East Bay, with a staff of 40 and an annual roster of 150 law student interns providing services to 5,000 clients each year.

    Primary Responsibilities:

    • Represent low-income tenants in unlawful detainer cases
    • Help supervise weekly Tenants’ Rights Workshops, advising and advocating for tenants regarding a broad range of housing-related legal problems, including eviction defense, code enforcement, rent control, public housing (conventional and §8) and fair housing
    • Conduct outreach and provide pro per assistance to tenants at self-help and community sites
    • Teach, train, and supervise law students as part of Berkeley Law School’s clinical program
    • Work collaboratively with other attorneys at EBCLC to provide holistic, wrap-around services addressing the root issues of poverty
    • Additional tasks as assigned by Supervisor

    Minimum Qualifications:

    • J.D. required, member of the California State Bar in good standing
    • Ability to manage a demanding case load; excellent time management, priority-setting and organizational skills
    • Excellent written advocacy skills
    • Ability to work effectively with a diverse range of groups, including low-income clients, clients with mental disabilities, students, service providers and law school faculty
    • Friendly, independent self-starter and outstanding team player
    • Flexible and able to work in a high-volume, dynamic environment
    • Unlawful detainer experience preferred
    • Spanish-speaking ability required; applicants should be comfortable speaking Spanish with clients in person and on the phone.


    This is a full-time regular salaried position starting as soon as possible. Starting salary between $50,000 and $57,000 commensurate with experience; generous benefits package including 100% employer-funded medical, dental, and vision plans, and paid time off.

    Application Procedure:

    Submit applications by email to; by mail to East Bay Community Law Center, 2921 Adeline Street, Berkeley, CA 94703; or by fax to (510) 548-2566. Applications should include a cover letter, resume, short writing sample, and names/contact information for two professional references. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

    EBCLC is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, age, ethnic background, sex, disability, or sexual orientation. People of color, women, LGBTQ people, and people with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.

  • 26 May 2015 2:59 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    The Charlotte School of Law, an ABA-accredited law school, invites applications for a full-time, clinical fellow teaching position, beginning August 1, 2015, in the Charlotte School of Law Civil Rights Clinic (CRC).  The CRC provides opportunities for students to engage in litigation and public policy advocacy concerning a variety of civil rights and public interest issues in a rigorous and well supervised program.   The CRC’s recent work focuses on assisting individuals with criminal convictions obtain Certificates of Relief (judicial declarations that a person is rehabilitated) and Ban the Box policy advocacy, both in the public and private sector.   The CRC is a national, award winning clinic that is part of Charlotte School of Law’s diverse clinical and experiential education opportunities.  Potential applicants can read about the CRC’s work at

    Applicants must have a JD degree from an ABA-accredited law school and be currently licensed and engaged in the practice of law for the past two years in North Carolina.  Preference will be given to applicants who have a desire to pursue a clinical teaching career, strong academic records and writing ability, a demonstrated commitment to public interest law, and potential success as teacher. Salary is commensurate with experience. Charlotte School of Law offers a full benefits package. For more information about Charlotte School of Law, please visit .  The successful candidate will have a one year appointment, renewable for a second, depending on performance.

    Application Instructions:

    To submit a job application for this opening, please visit , select the  "About" dropdown, click the “Join Our Team” link, enter 3561 into the Requisition Number field or search by job title (Keywords section), and click the “View Jobs” button.  Single click on the job title and click the “Apply” button. Follow application prompts.

    Applications should include a resume or curriculum vitae, a cover letter explaining your interest in the position, and contact information for two references.  In order to receive priority consideration interested individuals must submit their application by June 22, 2015.

    The Charlotte School of Law is an equal opportunity employer that welcomes all to apply, including protected veterans and individuals with disabilities.

  • 26 May 2015 2:37 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    Albany Law School’s Law Clinic & Justice Center seeks a Fellow to provide legal advocacy services and direct representation to clients in its new Immigration Law Clinic and to perform other related duties pursuant to grants and contracts. The Immigration Law Clinic teaches law students practical lawyering skills in the context of Family Court and immigration proceedings at which students represent individuals who are seeking to regularize their immigration status. Additionally, the Fellow will assist the Director with research and analysis on long-term projects. At the Director’s discretion, the Fellow may have limited opportunities for participating in trainings, supervising in-class activities, assisting in program design and leading case rounds. This position begins July 1, 2015 and lasts for one year.

    Qualified candidates will possess a JD degree and admission to the New York State bar. Practical legal experience in immigration and family law is preferred. Spanish language skills are desirable, but not required.

    Interested applicants should submit a resume and cover letter, by June 12, 2015, to:

    Albany Law School

    Director of Human Resources

    80 New Scotland Avenue

    Albany, NY 12208-3494

    Fax: (518) 445-3262


    Albany Law School is an Equal Opportunity Employer

  • 20 May 2015 10:05 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    Willamette is seeking a part-time externship director to both administer the externship program and to teach the externship course.  The position is listed as .5.  I know that’s a hard positon to fill for someone who is not local and would not otherwise be considering moving to the area.  It is possible, but certainly not guaranteed, that for the right person, this could possibly be combined with another position (administrative or teaching) at Willamette to the degree such a position is or becomes available and the person is well qualified for it.  But no one should count on that. 

    The ideal start date would be August 3.  It is open until filled.  We hope to conduct interviews during June and possibly July.  Please forward to those you might be interested.  The ideal candidate will have had practice experience in more than 2 settings, be familiar with the pedagogical nature of externship teaching, and have experience teaching students, ideally in a comparatively pedagogical manner.

    Here’s the website where one can apply.  You’ll also see a .75 position for an LLM coordinator to work with foreign students, fyi, if you know anyone interested in that as well.

    If interested, please visit the website and apply through the website. 

  • 20 May 2015 10:01 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    Brooklyn Law School is seeking outstanding applicants for the position of Director of the Legal Writing Program, one of the nation’s oldest and most highly regarded legal writing programs.  The duties of the Director will include 1) hiring, training, supervising, and evaluating the legal writing faculty; 2) coordinating the first-year legal writing curriculum; 3) enriching the writing program in the upperclass years; 4) overseeing pedagogical and curricular innovation; 5) teaching the first-year legal writing course (other courses optional); and 6) promoting the Legal Writing Program externally.  The Director is expected to participate fully in the life of the law school and in the larger legal writing community.  

    Qualified applicants must have a J.D., a strong academic record, considerable experience in teaching legal writing, and demonstrated administrative, leadership, and interpersonal skills.  The Director will be eligible for renewable long-term contracts or tenure, depending upon interest and qualifications.

    Applicants should submit a letter of interest, C.V., and contact information for three references to the Chair of the Search Committee, Professor Maryellen Fullerton, via email to  The search committee will begin reviewing applications immediately, and plans to conduct a substantial number of preliminary interviews in person and by videoconference during June and July 2015.  The search committee will continue to review applications until the position is filled.

    Brooklyn Law School is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer committed to the principle of diversity.  It is interested in receiving applications from a broad spectrum of applicants, including minorities, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities.

  • 13 May 2015 4:58 PM | Laura McNally-Levine (Administrator)

    Howard Law School in Washington DC is inviting applications for a two-year visiting faculty position in its Criminal Justice Clinic starting in August 2015.  The year-long defender clinic represents adults charged with misdemeanor offenses in the District of Columbia Superior Court, and emphasizes a holistic approach to advocacy with a focus on treatment options, mental health support, and reentry concerns.  The visitor will have the title of Visiting Assistant (or Associate depending on experience) Professor of Law and will supervise students in the clinic for the year. Because at Howard all clinicians also teach doctrinal courses in their area of expertise, the visitor may be asked to teach a seminar or other course during the time at Howard.  Candidates should have a strong academic and practice background, with experience in, or capacity for, teaching in a law school clinical setting.  We are looking to make a decision fairly quickly, so applications will be accepted now and continuing until the position is filled.  Please send a cover letter, resume or CV or any other inquiries to:


    Dean Danielle Holley-Walker

    Howard University School of Law

    2900 Van Ness Street, NW

    Washington, DC  20008


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