Visiting Professor - USF School of Law

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The University of San Francisco School of Law is seeking applicants for one or more Visiting Professorships for the 2021-2022 academic year. USF Law welcomes outstanding candidates in contracts, criminal law and procedure, torts, and tax. The Visitor(s) may also have the opportunity to teach an elective/seminar, if the schedule permits, as part of a commitment to two courses each semester.

USF Law, established in 1912, is steeped in a commitment to the social responsibility and justice hallmarks of Jesuit education, and focused on the training of prepared, ethical and engaged lawyers. As a small community, students and faculty have an opportunity to develop strong relationships and we pride ourselves on the accessibility and support provided to our students by faculty and staff alike. In serving one of the most diverse law student populations in the country, we strongly encourage applications from groups historically marginalized or from underrepresented communities.

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Posted: 3/18/2021
Application Due: 5/17/2021
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