February 07, 2010
Seeking visiting professor for transactional clinic
Posted by Erik Gerding

New Mexico is looking to hire a visitor to teach in our transactional clinic in the Fall.  The ad is below.  My colleague, Nathalie Martin ([email protected]) would be happy to answer questions.

The University of New Mexico School of Law ("UNM") seeks a Visiting Professor of Law to teach in its nationally-recognized clinical law program during the fall of 2010. The candidate hired will teach and supervise students in UNM's Business and Tax Clinic, who represent clients involved with small businesses and non-profit corporations with a variety of legal issues, as well as other clients with consumer, debtor-creditor, tax, and home mortgage issues. JD and admission to a US bar are required. Preference will be given to candidates with experience practicing law in the areas in which we assist clients, as well as experience teaching and supervising students in a transactional clinical setting. For best consideration, submit applications by February 24, 2010. The position will remain open until filled. However, UNM intends to fill this position by March 31, 2010. To apply, visit the UNMJobs website: https://unmjobs.unm.edu/. Please reference Posting Number 0805063. The University of New Mexico is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and educator. You also can call Nathalie Martin at (505) 463-9051.

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