The Adjunct Professor will teach one of several sections being offered each semester. Each section contains a maximum of fifteen students and meets once per week for three hours per session. Morning and evening sections are offered each semester. The Adjunct Professor must be willing to lead all class sessions and provide extensive written feedback to students on three separate graded assignments during the semester. There is no final exam. The Director of the Business Law Practicum oversees the Business Planning course and will provide the Adjunct Professor with a syllabus, lecture notes, student assignments and other supplemental teaching materials.
More information is available at http://www.lls.edu/academics/clinicsexperientiallearning/practica/businesslawpracticum/businessplanningi/.
JD from an ABA-accredited law school.
Applicants are expected to have: (1) practiced corporate transactional law in a law firm or in-house setting for at least eight years, (2) extensive experience advising on venture capital or early stage company financing transactions, equity incentive arrangements, corporate governance and mergers and acquisitions, and preferably strong familiarity with both California and Delaware law and (3) experience supervising and managing junior transactional attorneys. Prior teaching or comparable experience is preferred.
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