Georgia State University College of Law seeks highly qualified applicants for a tenure-track faculty position beginning in the fall of 2013.
Our most pressing curricular need is in the area of corporate and business law, although applications in all areas will be considered.
Applicants should have a Juris Doctor degree, an excellent academic background, and a proven record (or demonstrated potential for) outstanding scholarship, teaching, and professional service. Rank is at the assistant or associate professor level and commensurate with experience, and both entry-level and lateral candidates are welcome to apply.Recruiting Committee
Georgia State University College of Law seeks highly qualified applicants for one tenure-track faculty in Urban Land Use and Environmental Law. This position is part of the University's Second Century Initiative (2CI) to foster interdisciplinary research and includes hiring three additional faculty members in the departments of Economics, Public Management and Policy, and Sociology. With strengths in urban planning, environmental and land use law, and urban policy, the faculty will conduct research on the complex challenges of cities, advancing the University's strategic plan. The position will be associated with the College of Law's Center for the Comparative Study of Metropolitan Growth.Recruiting Committee
Georgia State University is creating a new interdisciplinary Neuroethics Program that will function as a cooperative venture of the Department of Philosophy, the College of Law, the Neuroscience Institute and the Department of Psychology.
The program will include three new open-rank, tenure-track hires beginning fall 2013, one of which will focus on the intersection of philosophy and law, and the ethical and legal implications of neuroscience, with the primary appointment for this hire to be either in the Department of Philosophy or the College of Law. Candidates for this position must hold the PhD or JD at the time of application, have a demonstrated record of successful research and teaching, and a commitment to interdisciplinary collaboration with the program partners.
Georgia State University College of Law seeks a qualified candidate to teach in its first year required legal writing course. This is a one year renewable non-tenure track appointment.
Applicants must have a baccalaureate degree from a nationally-accredited college, the first professional degree in law from a nationally-accredited American law school, and an affirmative interest in teaching legal writing at an institution committed to both day and evening educational opportunities. Significant practice experience, with a substantial legal writing component, is strongly preferred. Full description and instructions »