Adjunct Professor Legal Writing

Diana Simon is an Associate Professor of Clinical Law at the University of Arizona, where she currently teaches legal writing, analysis, advocacy, and advocacy. Diana has been teaching at the Faculty of Law for over 20 years and has taught various courses for first, second and third grade students. She brings over 23 years of legal experience and has worked in Atlanta, Chicago, Washington, D.C., Los Angeles and Tucson. Joy Herr-Cardillo joined Arizona Law University full-time in 2017 after teaching as a part-time professor of practice since 2002. Professor Herr-Cardillo spent 15 years as a commercial lawyer in Tucson before serving as an attorney in the Tucson office of the Arizona Center for Law in the Public Interest for 18 years, where she worked on a range of legal issues, including environmental law, government accountability, public education, and direct democracy. She has written on environmental issues. Susie Salmon is the Director of Legal Writing and Clinical Professor of Law at the University of Arizona. She also coaches the teams of the ABA National Appellate Competition at the Faculty of Law and oversees the Writing Fellow program. Professor Salmon`s Fellowship explores how long-standing practices and values in legal education affect access to justice, prejudice in the profession and the legal profession as a whole.

His most recent scholarship also explores the role of rhetoric in the law school`s curriculum and its potential impact on the well-being of lawyers and law students. Proven expertise in a specific area of law or legal studies. JD degree and at least 5 years of professional experience in the legal field. Ability to provide high-quality instructions on a range of legal topics, including the U.S. legal system, business organizations, legal ethics, and real estate. Pepperdine University Caruso School of Law is seeking two full-time professors of legal research and writing to join our collaborative team of LRW professors, who will lead one of the nation`s most innovative and respected legal writing programs in the fall at Arizona Law University. They combine real-world hands-on experience with a commitment to students and cross-border teaching techniques. Sylvia Lett is an Associate Professor of Clinical Law at the University of Arizona.

Since 2005, Professor Lett has taught various legal writing courses in first grade and high school. She now focuses on teaching legal writing and an introduction to the U.S. law course for international students at law school. Prior to joining law school, she served for 12 years as an Assistant Federal Public Defender in the Capital Habeas Unit of the Arizona Office of the Federal Public Defender, where she represented death row inmates in their federal habeas appointments. Must have proven and well-developed skills in legal research, writing and time management. Tasks of the online adjunct professor for the School of. WASHBURN UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW invites applicants to a guest lecturer for the 2022-23 academic year to teach legal writing. The position could transform Villanova University by inviting applications for extraordinary faculty positions to support a new solvent housing certificate program starting in the fall of 2021. Teach an advanced course in civil and criminal writing and research. Instruct students in accordance with pedagogical theories and techniques.

Look for an open legal writing position. Below are job postings for legal writing across the country. They will be withdrawn after the submission deadline. The job disclosure form is highly recommended for distributing job postings on the mailing list. Grant writing and fundraising in non-profit organizations. OLLU strives to attract, develop and retain highly qualified faculty, staff and administrators. Description: This position is designed for individuals seeking a career at the University at Buffalo School of Law, invites applications for the position of Lecturer in Law in their LawR program (Legal Analysis, Writing and Research), Associate Director of Legal Writing and Clinical Professor of Law at the University of Akron, Office of the Dean of the Faculty of Law, is seeking a Vice-Dean for academic success and lawyer programs. Its main responsibilities include: Leading the design The Legal Writing Institute is committed to a policy against discrimination and in favor of equal opportunities for all its members, regardless of race, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or other characteristics protected by law. Position: Westerfield Fellow, Loyola University New Orleans College of Law; Start date: August 2022 Would you like to post a job on our website? Register as a member of the Educational Bank and click here to post your job offer! Once you have published your position, please email Neil Sobol at nsobol@law.tamu.edu and Joshua Jones at jjones@cwsl.edu to request the publication of your message on the website. Tessa L.

Dysart is Associate Director of Legal Writing and Clinical Professor of Law at the University of Arizona, James E. Rogers College of Law. She is also the editor-in-chief of the Journal of Appellate Practice & Process, which was acquired by Arizona Law University in June 2020. STETSON UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF LAW is seeking candidates for a tenure-track entry-level position in legal research and writing. Previous experience in teaching research and writing is useful Director of Legal Drafting; Professor of Clinical Law and Distinguished Public Service Researcher.

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