The College of Law is hiring a lecturer to join the Legal Analysis, Writing, and Research faculty for the 2021-2022 academic year. LAWR is a 6-credit course that extends the entire academic year. Lecturers teach at the Law College one hour a week, attend a weekly one-hour virtual team meeting, regularly meet with individual students throughout the year, provide students with formal and informal feedback weekly, and grade seven legal analysis assignments.
Legal Analysis, Writing and Research Course Description The emphasis of this course is on the development of legal research and writing skills; writing is the lawyer’s most commonly used skill, and effective writing rests on effective research. Communicating like a lawyer, however, means not only communicating professionally but also conducting oneself ethically. In addition to providing sustained and intensive instruction on legal research and writing, this course introduces students to many facets of professionalism and to the skills necessary to make ethical and professional choices.
The position information and application are postedon the University website. Anyone with specific questions about the position may contact Prof. Chelsi Hayden, email@example.com. Please include “LAWR Position” in the subject line to ensure a timely response.