Assistant or Associate Law Professor

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Assistant or Associate Law Professor

New Orleans, LA
Open Date:
Jul 1, 2020

Tulane University Law School invites applications from entry-level or pre-tenure lateral candidates for a tenure-track position to teach criminal law. 

Tulane University Law School enjoys a strong international reputation, with specialized programs in maritime law, international and comparative law, civil law, environmental law, and sports law. Tulane University has a student body of approximately 14,000 undergraduate and graduate students, 140,000 alumni, and an approximate annual operating budget of $1.1 billion. It is home to 10 schools and colleges, and offers degrees in architecture, business, law, liberal arts and sciences, social work, medicine, as well as public health and tropical medicine.



Applications are particularly welcome from candidates whose research and teaching interests include such topics as race and the law, critical race theory, and related criminal justice topics including social movements in criminal law (including Black Lives Matter), prisons and prison abolition, mass incarceration, and policing. The appointments committee especially invites applications from candidates who will enhance the diversity of the law faculty.

Application Instructions:

Applications should be sent to:

Professor Martin Davies
Chair, Faculty Appointments Committee
Tulane University School of Law
6329 Freret Street
New Orleans, LA 70118

[email protected]




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Job No:
Posted: 8/14/2020
Application Due: 8/10/2021
Work Type: Full Time