INSTRUCTOR LAW SCHOOL
Under general supervision has primary responsibility for introducing first-year law students to legal writing and analysis.Essential Duties Summary
•Has full-time teaching assignment (12-credit hours per academic year) in Lawyering Process.
•Teaches and administers related assessments of all first-year law students for the writing component of the Lawyering Process course.
•Counsels law students concerning writing projects. Reviews student writing projects.
•Administers, reviews, and provides feedback on standardized writing proficiency exam administered to first-year students.
•Prepares and reviews plagiarism guidelines for distribution to students.
•Provides writing instructional support to courses requiring significant written work product, upon request of the Professor with overall responsibility for delivery of course content.
•Performs other job-related duties as assigned during academic year and summer term.
1.0Hiring Range$64,151.00 - $85,000.00Education
JD degree required.Required Licensing/Certification
None required.Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
•Policies, procedures, and practices.
•Microsoft Office Professional or similar applications.
•Multitasking and time management.
•Collaboration and team building.
•Grammatically correct verbal and written communication.
•Contribute to and enhance the instructional and curricular practices of the Law School.
•Work one-on-one with students to guide and provide objective and clear analyses of written work.
•Work with a diverse student and faculty population.
Three (3) years, or more experience editing complex documents, preferably complex legal/law related documents.
Strong academic record and excellent writing ability. Professional editing experience preferred. Formal Training and experience in the drafting and assessment of legal documents preferred.
Active member of a State Bar. Legal practice experience that will inform instruction regarding drafting of legal /law-related documents.Leadership/Supervisory Responsibilities
N/AWork Complexity/Budget Authority
N/AIndependent Judgment/Decision Making/Problem Solving Skills
N/ACustomer Service Relationships
Prolonged standing and/or walking.
Handling light weight objects.
Using or carrying equipment.
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Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).
- * Do you have a Juris Doctorate Degree?
- * Do you have professional editing experience?
- * Do you have three (3) or more years of experience editing complex documents, preferably complex legal/law related documents?
- * Do you have formal training and experience in the drafting and assessment of legal documents
- * Are you an active member of a State Bar?
- * Do you have legal practice experience that will inform instruction regarding drafting of legal /law-related documents?
- Cover Letter/Letter of Application
- Official Transcripts
- Other Document
- Reference Letter 1
- Reference Letter 2
- Reference Letter 3