Please send an email to if you would like to post a position on our jobs board. Submit the job positing as a Word document or in the body of the e-mail. The postings are updated on a weekly basis.

  • 06 Dec 2011 1:18 PM | Deleted user
    The responsibilities of the Director of the Law Skills and
    Experiential Learning encompass any and all tasks necessary to plan, organize, and administer Skills Curriculum courses each semester as well as to oversee and manage experiential learning experiences and placements of law students.

    Qualifications: J.D. degree with at least three years of law practice and significant administrative experience; superior organizational and interpersonal skills; ability to demonstrate initiative and be a self-starter and a team player; must be proficient in MS Office applications; ability to communicate effectively with faculty, staff and students, as well as, the Skills and Experiential learning faculty, alumni and judges.

    To apply for a currently posted position , please email your resume and cover letter to: or print an application and mail signed application to:

    Human Resources Department
    Loyola University New Orleans - Box 16
    6363 St. Charles Avenue
    New Orleans, LA 70118

    Please complete our EEO Inquiry Form when applying for the following currently posted positions. Please do not include the EEOC form in the same email with your resume or with the printed application.Only candidates who are interviewed will receive responses.

  • 01 Dec 2011 6:50 PM | Deleted user

    The Refugee and Human Rights Clinic (RHRC), in collaboration with the Center for Gender & Refugee Studies (CGRS), at U.C. Hastings is seeking applications for a two-­‐ year teaching fellowship (July 2012-­‐June 2014). The fellowship provides the opportunity to learn how to teach law in a clinical setting. The fellow will work under the supervision of the RHRC Director, and will share in the full-­‐range of responsibilities of teaching the RHRC, including co-­‐teaching the clinic seminar, and supervising the clinical students’ work.


    For more information about the RHRC, you may go to:­‐programs/refugee-­‐ human-­‐rights/index.html



    Experience in asylum, immigration or human rights law

    Excellent academic record

    Two to five years minimm practice experience, including some direct representation

    Admission to a State bar

    Excellent analytical and writing skills

    Aptitude for student supervision

    Prior teaching experienc is a plus; and

    Bilingual ability in Spanish is desirable


    Salary and benefits:  The Fellow will receive a salary of $50,000 per year, with full benefits, which includes health, dental and vision care insurance plans.


    To apply, send a resume, law school transcript, a writing sample, and a statement of interest by January 15, 2012. The statement should address: 1) why you are interested in this fellowship; 2) how your experiences make you particularly suitable to contribute to the Refugee and Human Rights Clinic; 3) your specific experience with asylum, or other immigration cases, and/or international human rights litigation or advocacy; 4) your professional goals and how this fellowship is related to your longer-­‐term goals; 5) your understanding of the objectives of clinical teaching.


    Address your application to: Clinical Fellowship, Refugee and Human Rights Clinic, U.C. Hastings, 200 McAllister Street, San Francisco, CA 94102, or electronically to If you email, please put: “RHRC Fellowship Application” in the subject line of your email.

  • 20 Nov 2011 7:49 AM | Deleted user

    The American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative seeks a Clinic Expert for the 2011-2012 academic year to support its program to enhance the protection and promotion of human rights in Jordan. The Clinic Expert will create an international human rights clinic to provide law students with practical experience working with cases related to human rights.

    This will be a four-week pro bono position based in Amman, Jordan. The Clinic Expert will work under the supervision of the ABA ROLI Jordan Country Director.

    The Clinic Expert’s responsibilities will include:

    Development of framework for program and relevant training materials;

    Train participating students and supervising faculty.


    JD, with significant coursework addressing theme relevant to field of human rights study;

    10 years professional experience including 5 years as a practicing lawyer, including experience litigating issues related to international human rights;

    Academic expertise with clinic programs;

    Experience training and mentoring students and/or lawyers.

    Applications are being accepted at

  • 16 Nov 2011 9:03 AM | Deleted user

    The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Law seeks an experienced, versatile legal practitioner with a passion for justice and teaching to contribute to the school’s dynamic Clinical Programs as a fixed-term faculty member (Clinic Staff Attorney). UNC-Law’s Clinical Programs have a long and proud history of providing high quality, free legal representation to under-resourced individuals, organizations and communities in North Carolina while training the state’s next generation of lawyers.

    The Staff Attorney will report to the Director of Clinical Programs and the position’s responsibilities generally will include teaching and supervising law students representing clients in the Clinical Programs, as well as providing direct representation to clients when classes are not in session. These responsibilities will vary from year to year depending on the needs of the Clinical Programs. During the fall and spring semesters, the Staff Attorney will teach in a clinic of his or her own design, and/or supervise clinic students in one of the Law School’s existing clinics (Civil Legal Assistance, Immigration and Human Rights Policy, Juvenile Justice, Community Development) when needed to fill in for faculty members in those clinics. When classes are not in session, the Staff Attorney will be responsible for providing continuity of coverage for a broad range of clinical cases, ensuring high quality legal representation for the Clinical Programs’ clients.

    Education Requirements, Qualifications and Experience

    Applicants must have a J.D. from an accredited law school. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of five years’ practice experience and either experience or a demonstrated interest in teaching. S/he will have a background in or interest and ability to dive into representing under-resourced clients in various areas of legal practice, especially civil litigation, immigration, and criminal defense. The Staff Attorney must be, or become prior to starting the position, licensed to practice law in the State of North Carolina. S/he will also be flexible and adaptable and able to work a as a member of a team in a fast-paced law clinic environment. Spanish language ability is a plus.

    Application Procedure

    Review of applications will begin immediately, and the position is open until filled. To apply, please upload a resume and cover letter to All questions should be directed to Thomas Kelley, Professor of Law and Director of Clinical Programs, by email at (no phone calls, please). For more information about UNC School of Law, please visit our website at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

  • 07 Nov 2011 3:26 PM | Deleted user

    Temple University Beasley School of Law invites applications for the position of Director of External Clinical Programs.


    The Director is a non-tenure-track full-time member of the Law School Faculty, is eligible for renewable long-term contracts, and teaches the Ethics in Practice clinical course.  The Director is responsible for oversight of more than 20 external clinical courses, taught by adjunct members of the Law School Faculty, and serves as liaison between the adjunct clinical faculty and the Law School.  In this capacity, the Director is responsible for creating and implementing training for adjunct clinical faculty and serves as a resource to adjunct clinical faculty on academic and administrative issues.  The position requires the Director to visit the external clinical programs at their sites.  In addition, the Director engages in outreach with the Philadelphia area bar and is responsible for the development of new external clinical programs and other experiential learning opportunities and their submission to the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs.  The Director supervises registration in clinical courses and has extensive contact with students, providing counseling on clinical choices and their impact on career goals, managing issues that may arise in clinical programs, and reviewing and responding to student reflective journals, which requires knowledge of clinical teaching methods and ethical standards.  The Director must be able to work collaboratively with multiple members of the institution.


    Temple University is committed to a policy of equal opportunity for all in every aspect of its operations.  The University has pledged not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, marital status, or physical handicap.  This policy extends to all educational programs and activities.  Temple University Beasley School of Law is committed to excellence in teaching, scholarship and service.  The faculty is dedicated to preparing students to enter and continue in the legal profession with the highest level of skill possible, with a firm commitment to principles of professional responsibility, and with a sense of personal obligation to lead and to serve the communities in which they live and practice.  We are dedicated to our traditional ideal of making opportunities for legal education accessible to talented students who might otherwise not have the opportunity and those who might encounter barriers due to race, creed, gender, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, socioeconomic background, or other personal characteristics.  The Law School seeks to maintain and strengthen our longstanding tradition of accessibility and diversity in order to pursue the goals of excellence in higher education and equal justice under the law.


    Candidates should send their applications via email to Robert J. Bartow, Laura H. Carnell Professor of Law and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs.

  • 03 Nov 2011 8:29 PM | Deleted user

    Our clinic is looking for a new clinical instructor who will also serve as a Lecturer on Law to teach Negotiation Workshop during the spring semester. The job starts July 1, 2012 for a three year term:

    The successful candidate will play a central role in helping to innovate, manage, and supervise the Law School’s vigorous and expanding program in negotiation, mediation, dispute resolution, and ADR.  The Clinical Instructor and Lecturer on Law will work directly with the Director of the Negotiation & Mediation Clinical Program but is also expected to be engaged broadly in the life of the Law School and in the life of the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School. For more information on the Harvard Negotiation & Mediation Clinical Program, visit:

    Duties and Responsibilities: Reports to Director of Harvard Negotiation & Mediation Clinical Program. Will assist in continuing to build, plan, and administer  clinical program in negotiation, mediation, and dispute resolution. Responsible for developing student projects and for building and maintaining client relationships. Will help develop training curriculum and materials for students in program. Will supervise and mentor students, including meeting regularly to discuss developments in their projects, and providing regular, detailed feedback. Will help supervise administrative aspects of program, including case management and development, web resources, and publicity. Will serve as Lecturer on Law during Spring semester, leading section in Spring Negotiation Workshop under direction of the Program Director. Duties as lecturer include course planning, preparation and delivery of lectures, supervision of and feedback to students, and working collaboratively with the other members of the teaching team for the spring course. Note: This is a 3-year term appointment from July 1, 2012 though June 30, 2015.

    Basic qualifications: JD; experience with theory and practice of negotiation, mediation, dispute systems design, or alternative dispute resolution (ADR).

    Additional qualifications: 1+ yrs business and/or legal experience with focus on negotiation and dispute resolution desirable as is some experience in clinical legal setting or direct supervision and mentoring of young attorneys or professionals. Should be passionate about working with students and about developing field of negotiation and dispute resolution, and have long term interest in pursuing career in negotiation and dispute resolution. Superior interpersonal skills, proven capacity to work as a team member, sound judgment, an entrepreneurial attitude, exceptional ethical standards, strong mentoring ability, deft management skills, and outstanding writing and verbal skills required.

  • 03 Nov 2011 8:23 PM | Deleted user

    Wake Forest University School of Law plans to hire a full-time Director for its existing Innocence and Justice Clinic.  Information related to the current operation of the clinic is available at  Salary and protections for security of position are negotiable, commensurate with candidate qualifications.  We hope the Director can start work before the Fall 2012 semester.  Wake Forest University is an equal opportunity employer, and particularly welcomes applications from women, racial minorities, and other groups under-represented in the legal profession. 

    Licensed attorneys with an interest in this position should send a resume and cover letter by November 30, 2011 to Professor Ronald Wright, P.O. Box 7206, Winston-Salem, NC  27109-7206, or

  • 26 Oct 2011 12:16 PM | Deleted user

    Hamline University School of Law (HUSL) seeks to hire a full-time tenured or tenure track faculty member to be the Associate Dean (or Director) for Experiential Learning. HUSL provides an outstanding traditional legal education, with value-added opportunities for every student to participate in clinics and externships, as well as competitions and mandatory pro bono activities.  Offerings of simulation courses in lawyering and dispute resolution skills are also a hallmark of the Hamline law school education.  We seek a new dean (or director) with faculty rank to expand, enhance, and provide more coordinated leadership for all of HUSL’s work-integrated learning opportunities.  S/he will also directly manage either the externship or clinical programs of the law school.  

    The new Associate Dean (or Director) will provide key leadership to ensure that each J.D. candidate will be provided with simulation and/or workplace experience.  More specifically, s/he will:

    • 1.      Assist the faculty in meeting its strategic goal of incorporating experiential education more fully into the curriculum, including the coordination, development and expansion of our existing experiential programs;
    • 2.      Engage in substantial outreach, including recruitment and supervision of adjunct practitioners to teach and supervise students;
    • 3.      Coordinate experiential opportunities with the work of the law school’s career services office;
    • 4.      Teach classroom components for externships or clinics; and, as agreed upon by the Dean and permitted by workload, other experiential classes in the curriculum;
    • 5.      Provide oversight for administrative duties necessary to a thriving experiential learning program including assisting with marketing of HUSL’s programs; providing student counseling; preparing operational policies for programs; and preparing budget documents;
    • 6.      Identify and pursue opportunities to fund experiential education efforts; and
    • 7.      Assist with experiential activities such as the mandatory pro bono requirement and Hamline’s student competitions.

    The Associate Dean (or Director), as a faculty member, will develop and maintain a scholarly agenda commensurate with rank and experience.

    Minimum Qualifications:

    Applicants must possess: a Juris Doctor degree from an ABA accredited law school; experience in clinical or experiential education; the potential to produce high quality scholarship and eligibility to be admitted to practice in Minnesota.

    To apply, submit a cover letter, resume/curriculum vitae, and three professional references (including addresses and phone numbers). Electronic submissions must be in Word or PDF format. Review of materials will begin as soon as they are received and will continue until the position is filled.


    Send inquiries or applications to:

    Professor Z. Jill Barclift, Chair of Faculty Appointments

    Hamline University School of Law

    1536 Hewitt Ave., St. Paul, MN 55104 (with “Experiential Learning” in the subject heading)

    Hamline is an EOE Employer.  It is University policy to not tolerate harassment or discrimination based on race, color, gender, ethnic background, national origin, sexual or affectional preference or orientation, marital or parental status, disability, religion, age, or veteran status in its employment or educational opportunities.

  • 26 Oct 2011 12:10 PM | Deleted user
    Yale Law School invites applications for a clinical professor of law to run a clinic on First Amendment, Media Freedom and Information Access issues at Yale Law School.

    The clinical professor will work with Yale's Information Society Project (ISP) on media and information policy issues.

    The professorship will be a tenure-track position with the potential of clinical tenure.

    Nature of Position

    (1) The clinical professor will run the law school's Media Freedom and Information Access clinic.

    The clinical professor will manage litigation, teach, and supervise students in the clinic. The clinical professor will also coordinate the clinic's relationships with supervising attorneys with whom students may cooperate. Yale's Media Freedom and Information Access clinic will accept cases on issues related to both old and new media, in areas including freedom of speech, freedom of the press, freedom of information, telecommunications, intellectual property, privacy, and Internet law. The clinical professor will be expected to develop and expand the clinic's work through important litigation that promotes media freedom and information access. The clinical professor will be expected to establish and maintain the clinic's relationships with other organizations devoted to promoting media freedom and information access.

    (2) The clinical professor will be a faculty fellow of the Yale Information Society Project (ISP). Founded in 1997, ISP is an interdisciplinary center that studies the implications of new information technologies for law and society, committed to the goals of democracy, development and civil liberties. As part of ISP, the clinical professor will work with ISP fellows on policy issues concerning Internet, telecommunications, and media law. The clinical professor will publish scholarship and oversee scholarship by ISP fellows and students on these and related issues. The clinical professor will also work with the fellows and students of the ISP in their amicus practice.

    (3) In addition to directing the media freedom clinic, the clinical professor may also teach courses in the law school on media, Internet law, and related issues.

    Basic Requirements

    Applicants should have at least five years' experience in litigation concerning the First Amendment and media law-including both old and new media-and have broad experience in media and Internet-related issues including freedom of information, intellectual property, telecommunications and privacy. Applicants should have outstanding legal writing skills, high ethical standards, sound judgment, and the ability to motivate and train law students and promote teamwork.

    Additional Requirements

    The Law School seeks applications with strong academic ambitions who can help lead a program in media law and information policy at Yale that contains both litigation and policy components.

    Highly desirable attributes that the appointments committee will consider include:

    (1) Prior law school teaching experience.
    (2) A track record of previous publications in media law, information policy, intellectual property, telecommunications, and privacy and related fields, and a demonstrated commitment to scholarship.
    (3) A working knowledge of first amendment, media law, journalism, Internet law, and information policy organizations with which the clinic and the ISP might partner.

    Interested candidates should sent a cover letter and c.v. to Beth Barnes at
  • 20 Oct 2011 8:52 PM | Deleted user

    Job Description

    Job Title: Law School Faculty Open Rank (Assistant, Associate or Full Professor)

    Job ID: 4709

    Location: CUNY School of Law

    Regular/Temporary: Regular


    Performs teaching, research, professional, and guidance duties at the CUNY School of Law in area(s) of expertise as noted below. Teaching responsibilities may include supervision of students in legal practice or other law-related activity. Shares responsibility for committee and department assignments, performing administrative, supervisory, and other functions as may be assigned.




    The City University of New York (CUNY) School of Law seeks two highly qualified candidates for tenure-track appointments. Areas of particular interest include Civil Practice; Corporate and Commercial Law (with attention to the public sector and a range of regulatory arrangements); and Lawyering.

    CUNY School of Law is a national leader in progressive legal education with a dual mission of providing access to the profession for historically underrepresented communities, and of graduating public interest/public service attorneys. In the spring of 2007, the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, in a national study of legal education, lauded CUNY School of Law's innovative curriculum, which has become a model for law schools across the nation. CUNY School of Law brings together the highest caliber of clinical training with traditional doctrinal legal education to create lawyers prepared to serve the public interest. As part of its mission, the law school prepares students to practice "Law in the Service of Human Needs."

    Appointment to the CUNY faculty comes at an important time in the history of our unique public service institution. Beginning in Fall 2012, the law school will occupy a LEED Gold certified new facility centrally located at Two Court Square in Long Island City, Queens. The new building has direct access to multiple New York City subway and bus lines, is convenient to regional commuter railroads, and is easily accessed by local highways. The new location puts the law school at the heart of the nation's public interest community in the most diverse city in the country, and affords opportunities to enhance

    instructional and public service activities for the law school.

    The basic premise of the Law School's program is that theory cannot be separated from practice, abstract knowledge of doctrine from practical skill, and understanding the professional role from professional experience. The curriculum integrates practical experience, professional responsibility, and lawyering skills with doctrinal study at every level. Forming the core of the lawyering curriculum are the skills recognized by the profession as essential to successful law practice: problem solving; legal analysis and reasoning; communication and rhetoric (legal writing, oral argument); legal research; factual investigation; counseling; negotiation; strategic analysis; litigation and alternative dispute-resolution; organization and management of legal work; and recognizing and resolving ethical dilemmas.

    Layered onto the traditional foundation of doctrinal education is a deep and broad clinical training program. First-year students acquire clinical experience through simulation exercises conducted in a required year-long Lawyering seminar; second-year students take an advanced one-semester Lawyering seminar in a public interest law area of their choice involving an expanded array of professional roles including advocate, mediator, transactional lawyer, and judge; third-year students earn 12-16 credits in either a Concentration, a unique seminar and field placement program, or a live-client clinic  onsite at the Law School in such fields as community economic development, criminal defense, elder law, international women's human rights, immigration, and mediation.

    The curriculum rejects the traditional separation of law courses into narrowly defined subjects. Precisely because attorneys are seldom presented with legal problems neatly compartmentalized into analytically distinct subject headings, the curriculum teaches students to think critically about subject matter, rule application, and procedures, and to synthesize these aspects critically. Thus, our graduates are able to address the many-sided problems that confront attorneys and their clients in real life.

    This position may include evening and weekend hours.


    For Law School Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor:

    A J.D., L.L.B., or Ph.D. in a law-related discipline required. Also required is demonstrated or promised evidence of significant success as a faculty member, interest in productive scholarship, legal work, or law-related work, and the ability to teach successfully and to cooperate with others for the good of the institution.


    We seek a creative educator with a strong and demonstrable commitment to social justice and to working with diverse communities, and who brings pedagogical insights to the design of programs to educate the next generation of public interest lawyers. Significant experience in public interest practice, teaching legal writing, supervising or training new lawyers, or law school teaching preferred. Faculty members are expected to achieve excellence in scholarship, teaching, and service to the school and wider communities. A record of scholarship or evidence of the ability to produce scholarship is preferred. Applicant must have the ability to meet the responsibilities of this tenure-track position.


    Commensurate with experience.


    CUNY offers a comprehensive benefits package to employees and eligible dependents based on job title and classification. Employees are also offered pension and Tax-Deferred Savings Plans. Part-time employees must meet a weekly or semester work hour criteria to be eligible for health benefits. Health benefits are also extended to retirees who meet the eligibility criteria.


    For position inquiries contact:

    Rosa Navarra

    Coordinator of Faculty Recruitment

    Via our online recruiting and application system CUNYfirst at http://www.cuny/employment.html.

    Navigate to the Careers at CUNYfirst section.

    Current users of CUNYfirst should access their established accounts. New users should click on the appropriate link to register for an account. Click the following link to obtain instructions on applying for jobs online via the CUNYfirst system: .


    Open until filled. Review of resumes will begin October 18, 2011.


    CUNY Job Posting: Faculty


    We are committed to enhancing our diverse academic community by actively encouraging people with disabilities, minorities, veterans, and women to apply. We take pride in our pluralistic community and continue to seek excellence through diversity and inclusion. EO/AA  Employer.


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