Do you want to teach law school full-time? Barry Law School in Orlando is looking for a tenure track Florida civil litigation skills-teaching faculty member to start August, 2018 or possibly January, 2019. Skills will include: not only what the Florida Rules of Civil procedure require, forbid or allow, but litigation tactics and strategies in using the Rules; how to write and argue motions; how to take depositions; arguing Florida Evidence, on their feet, offering and opposing, with you often being the judge; trial advocacy, from jury selection to closing argument; and also potentially teaching Federal Evidence and/or Florida Constitutional law.
(1) Current valid Florida Bar license; (2) Minimum last ten years (and to date) civil litigation experience, personal injury preferred but not required; (3) Current CV; (4) Cover letter which addresses in this order (a) number of first-chair jury trials to verdict -- civil v. criminal; (b) prior teaching experience, adjunct or otherwise; (c) list of and web links to all legal articles or publications produced; (d) years and types of Board Certifications; (e) specific areas and years of heavy practice; and (f) names and email addresses of four references, including two current judges. The person hired must, as a tenure-track faculty member, (1) be free of outside practice; and (2) regularly produce high-quality legal scholarship accepted for publication in law reviews or other equivalent scholarly journals. To apply go to: Barry University Jobs, then click on "Apply," then on "Create Account."
Barry University, of which Barry University School of Law is a part, 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. Barry University is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to a diverse and inclusive work environment.