Applicants are strongly encouraged to complete their applications by October 13.
Inquiries about the program may be directed to Jeanne Merino at Tenure-Track Position in Labor Movements and Collective Representation (https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/14116)Cornell University’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations (ILR) invites applications to fill a tenure-track faculty position at the assistant professor level in Labor Movements and Collective Representation to begin August 2020.
In the summer and early fall of the year Fellows go on the teaching market, faculty members review FAR forms, CVs and research agendas before they are submitted.
In addition, the law school hosts a Moot Fest to moot job talks and interviews in preparation for the AALS Hiring Conference.
Each quarter culminates in a persuasive brief and oral argument.
All research and writing assignments relate to each quarter’s simulation and are uniform across the program.Applicants should provide both a writing sample from law practice—such as an objective memo or a persuasive brief—and a sample of academic writing.Applications will be accepted on or after August 1, 2019.Throughout the year students receive rigorous training in reading and analyzing legal authority, and in using persuasive strategies – legal analysis, narrative, rhetoric, analogy and distinction, overarching legal theory and public policy – to frame and develop arguments based on legal authority.Students are taught to express their analysis with the clarity and precision that is the hallmark of excellence in law practice.Each fellow is provided a 00 annual budget (0 from the University’s Staff Training Assistant Funds, 00 from the law school) for professional development and research costs, such as attending conferences and trainings, hiring research assistants, and paying for fees and hotel for the AALS Hiring Conference.The initial term of appointment is one year and will begin in June or July 2020.The Program is comprised of two courses, both taught as simulations.The fall quarter course is a two-unit course in which students work through a legal problem starting from an initial interview to brainstorming legal issues and fact investigation and conducting legal research related to that problem. Grey Fellowship, Legal Research and Writing, 2020-2021Stanford Law School invites applications for the Thomas C.Grey Fellowship to teach in the Legal Research and Writing Program in the 2020-21 academic year.