Adjunct Faculty (volunteer)
New Orleans, LA
Jun 8, 2019
Tulane Law School invites applications from qualified candidates for appointment to its adjunct faculty. Tulane Law School enjoys a strong national and international reputation, with specialized programs in maritime law, international and comparative law, civil law, environmental law, and sports law. Our adjunct faculty includes prominent federal and state court judges and attorneys in the New Orleans area who teach semester-long advanced courses in their fields of expertise. In addition, experienced attorneys and judges work closely with small groups of students in our Trial Advocacy and Negotiation and Mediation Advocacy courses each semester and in the Civil Litigation, Criminal Litigation and Transactional tracks of our Intersession bootcamp program each January.
Appointments will be made on an ongoing basis for each academic term and in a variety of subject-matter and practice areas. Qualified candidates must have a JD or graduate degree from an ABA-accredited law school and demonstrate an excellent academic record or other evidence of outstanding promise as a teacher, evidence of enthusiastic commitment to teaching, and substantial expertise and practice experience in an area of substantive law or professional training. Adjunct positions are not compensated.
If you have any questions, please contact Christina Roux at [email protected]
- J.D. or graduate degree from ABA-accredited law school
- Practice and/or clerkship experience
Application Instructions: select the “apply now” link on the position