THE UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS SCHOOL OF LAW – DARTMOUTH
Assistant, Associate, or Professor
The University of Massachusetts School of Law welcomes applications from entry-level and lateral candidates for a tenure-track or tenured position to begin July 1, 2019. UMass Law, the Commonwealth’s only public law school, is committed to providing an excellent and affordable legal education and to improving the quality and reach of justice.
The successful candidate will likely teach civil procedure as well as upper-level electives in one or more of the following areas: energy law, environmental law, health law, labor and employment law, law and technology, race and the law, or tax law.
Minimum qualifications: Candidates must have a law degree, a strong academic record, and demonstrated potential to produce outstanding scholarship. Preferred qualifications: Prior law teaching experience and published scholarship.
UMass Law is committed to recruiting and retaining a diverse faculty and student body, and encourages applications from members of underrepresented groups who will add diversity to the law school community.
University of Massachusetts Dartmouth employees and applicants for employment are protected by federal laws, Presidential Executive Orders, and state and local laws designed to protect employees and job applicants from discrimination on the bases of race, religion, color, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity, and sexual orientation), national origin, age, disability, family medical history or genetic information, military service, veteran status or other non-merit based factors.
Please apply to with a letter of interest, a resume, and contact information for three professional references.
The review of applications will begin September 1 and continue until the position is filled. The Appointments Committee will be interviewing candidates at the AALS Recruitment Conference and on campus. If you will be at the conference on October 11-13, please note your availability.
Applicants must be authorized for employment in the U.S. on a full time basis. Employment-based visa sponsorship not available.
The University of Massachusetts reserves the right to conduct background checks on all potential employees.