Teaching fellow at New England Law | Boston
New England Law | Boston is currently accepting applications for the position of New England Law teaching fellow. This fellowship is a two-year appointment beginning Aug. 1, 2021.
Through this fellowship, New England Law seeks to address the lack of diversity in the legal academy by offering an opportunity for aspiring law teachers to gain significant experience teaching law classes and engaging in scholarly activities. Fellows will teach three courses each year, one or two of which will be core courses. Fellows will receive mentoring and guidance in teaching, research and scholarship from New England Law faculty and participate in all aspects of the New England Law community. Fellows are expected to be in residence for both academic years of the fellowship.
New England Law is seeking applicants with at least three years of significant post-graduate legal experience and strong potential for teaching, research and scholarship. This year, the law school is particularly interested in applications from candidates interested in teaching civil procedure, contracts, criminal law or property courses.Click here
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