Assistant/Associate Professor of Law at Barry University
Orlando, FL, USA
$44 - $58
31 Dec → 30 Jan
The primary purpose of a Faculty Professor, Law position is to instruct law students in the best way so as to provide the knowledge and ability for them to rise to great and commendable lawyers.
There are several Legal Research and Writing Tenure Track positions & several Doctrinal Tenure Track positions.
Benefits: Barry University offers a comprehensive benefits package to full-time employees that includes health, dental, vision, life insurance, retirement, tuition assistance, paid time off and work/life balance initiatives such as wellness programs, spirituality in the workplace, and training and development.
- Teach 2 courses (6 credit hours) each semester
- Courses are delivered in classrooms on campus during two 13-week semesters
- Supervision of students in classroom
- Evaluation of student efforts through the preparation and grading of examinations.
- Advisement: Meet with students during posted office hours. Office hours are required for a minimum of six hours each week.
- Serve as faculty mentor to approximately 25 students to advise them on academic and personal/career matters.
- Serve on a minimum of two Law School Committees.
- In addition, Law Faculty may be appointed to serve on University Committees.
- Attend Faculty Meetings which are held at least once each month.
- Attend specially called meetings, such as those to vote on prospective faculty candidates.
- Participate in various activities that support the academic life and mission of the Law School.
- Included among those activities are efforts such as serving as faculty advisor to student organizations; serving as a speaker or panelist for a Law School sponsored program; serving as a coach or judge for a Moot Court or Trial Team competition; or attending events such as Acceptance Days for newly admitted students and the Barristers’ Ball for enrolled students.
Requirements / Qualifications
Minimum of 8 years of experience required
Ability to solve cases and analysis for lectures as well; observant to see things/detailed information
Proper organization of letters, pictures or coursework with application of philosophical methods. Ability to manage time to comply all responsibilities
Ability to operate basic computer systems; knowledge of word processing programs
Excellent verbal and written communication skills; good listener
How To Apply
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