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Faculty AppointmentsTenure-Track Faculty Appointments
The University of Richmond School of Law seeks to fill up to four tenure-track positions during the 2013-14 year. Areas of interest include administrative law, alternative dispute resolution, antitrust, constitutional law, corporate law, criminal law, ethics, health law, law and economics, professional responsibility, state and local government law, and wills and trusts. Entry level candidates should have outstanding academic credentials and show superb promise for top-notch scholarship. Lateral candidates should have a superb record of top-notch scholarship and teaching. Applications and inquiries may be directed to Professor Corinna Lain, Chair of Faculty Appointments, at email@example.com.
E. Claiborne Robins Distinguished Chair
The University of Richmond School of Law seeks to fill the E. Claiborne Robins Distinguished Chair in Law. The Robins Chair recognizes a faculty member who has achieved exceptional stature in his or her field, and is not limited by subject matter. Candidates should have a superb record of scholarship and teaching, as well as a demonstrated commitment to institutional and/or public service. Applications and inquiries may be directed to Professor Corinna Lain, Chair of Faculty Appointments, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Post-Graduate Fellowship in Family Law
The University of Richmond Schoolof Law is delighted to announce a two-year, post-graduate fellowship for anaspiring academic in field of family law. Richmond Law has a long tradition of facultyand curricular strength in the family law area, and a proven record ofmentoring top-notch junior scholars. Our National Center for Family Law hostsconferences on cutting-edge family law topics that bring together the leadingacademics, policymakers, and practitioners in the field, and our JeanetteLipman Family Law Clinic, which provided the genesis and inspiration for thisfellowship, affords students the opportunity to experience first-hand the richand rewarding practice of family law.
The fellowship will be a two-year, full-time position beginning in the 2014-15 academic year. During the first year, fellows will draft a scholarly paper in preparation for entering the academic job market the following year. During the second year, fellows will teach a substantive course or seminar in the family law area and may observe and collaborate with the work of the Lipman Family Law Clinic. Fellows will be fully integrated into the intellectual life of the law school, engage with both doctrinal and clinical faculty in the family law area, work closely with faculty mentors, and have an opportunity to participate in the National Center for Family Law programming.
The Fellow will receive $50,000 per year for each full year in residence, plus health insurance.
Applicants must hold a J.D. degree from an ABA-accredited law school. They must also show exceptional promise as a legal scholar and teacher, a strong interest in the field of family law, and a commitment to entering legal academia.
Applicants should submit a resume, law school transcript, writing sample, contact information for at least two references, and a cover letter describing their particular research interests.
Applications must be received by January 15, 2014, and should be addressed to the Family Law Post-Graduate Fellowship Committee, at email@example.com.