Seattle University, Assistant/Associate/Professor of Law:
Seattle University School of Law seeks applicants for up to five tenure-track or tenured positions to begin July 1, 2023. We expect to make the majority of these hires at the assistant professor level but encourage applications from qualified candidates at all levels of experience. Our search will focus on candidates with expertise in constitutional law, torts, taxation, legal writing, and clinical teaching. Other areas of teaching interest include environmental law, alternative dispute resolution, trial advocacy, bankruptcy, commercial law, intellectual property, remedies, and health law. SU Law has a unitary tenure track; we prioritize excellent and inclusive teaching and maintain a flourishing and supportive scholarly culture that encourages faculty members across the curriculum to pursue their individual research interests.
The successful candidate will be responsible for for teaching, maintaining an active program of scholarship, and performing university and school service.
Our faculty, students, and staff at Seattle University School of Law form a vibrant, diverse, and collaborative community that promotes leadership for a just and humane world. The law school’s commitment to academic distinction is grounded in our Jesuit Catholic tradition, one that encourages open inquiry, thoughtful reflection, and concern for personal growth. Innovation, creativity, and technological sophistication characterize our rigorous educational program, which prepares lawyers for a wide variety of successful careers in law, business, and public service. …
Applicants should submit materials online. Please include a cover letter of interest and qualifications, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching philosophy, and contact information for three references. While applications will be considered on a rolling basis, applicants should submit their materials by September 1, 2022, for best consideration. Inquiries about these positions can be directed to the co-chairs of the hiring committee, Professor Margaret Chon and Professor Russell Powell.