Syracuse University College of Law invites applicants for two tenure-track
positions beginning fall 2019.
Our curricular needs are flexible, but special consideration will be given to
applicants with teaching and scholarly interest in two areas. The first area of
interest is health and disability law. The second tenure-track position includes a
preference for candidates able to teach a combination of the following courses:
cyber law and private practice of global security law, constitutional law,
administrative law, and regulatory law. The College of Law is particularly
interested in applicants with an interest in interdisciplinary scholarship and who
bring diversity to the faculty.
All candidates should have an excellent academic record. Candidates in the area
of health and disability law who have a Ph.D. in addition to a J.D. are preferred.
Candidates with other areas of interest should have at least a J.D. degree.
Preferred post-J.D. experience and credentials include advanced degree, judicial
clerkship, relevant legal practice, or similar experience. A demonstrated
commitment to excellent classroom teaching and scholarship are required.
Candidates will be expected to teach a first year course or a core upper-division
Interested applicants should send their resume and names of three references,
including academic references in a position to assess the candidate’s potential as
a legal academic, to Professor Robin Paul Malloy, Chair, Faculty Appointments
Committee, Syracuse University College of Law, Syracuse, New York 13244; email:
email@example.com. Syracuse University is committed to diversity and is an
equal opportunity employer. Applications will be accepted until the position is
filled, however, priority consideration will be given to applications received prior
to September 21, 2018.