Faculty Assistant Professor of Law (Business / Corp. Law)
September 1, 2021; position open until filled
Link to UO Career site: https://careers.uoregon.edu/en-us/job/527574/assistant-professor-of-law
Required Application Materials
For consideration, application materials should be submitted by September 1, 2021, although submissions will be accepted until the position is filled. Applicants should submit a letter of interest; a current resume; a description of their research agenda; a statement addressing their potential contribution(s) to diversity, equity and inclusion (see below); and references.
As part of the application process, applicants seeking faculty positions at the University of Oregon are required to submit a statement about promoting equity, inclusion, and diversity in their professional careers. In evaluating such statements, the Law school will consider awareness of inequities and challenges faced by underrepresented minority students and faculty; track record (commensurate to career stage) of activities that reduce barriers in education or research for underrepresented minority students and faculty; vision and plans for how their work will continue to contribute to UO’s mission to serve the needs of our diverse state and student population and create an inclusive campus; and other relevant factors.
The University of Oregon School of Law invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor focusing on business/corporate law, to begin in August 2022. Oregon Law has a nationally recognized Business Law Program and we are excited to continue building our institutional expertise in that area. Applicants must have scholarship, teaching, applied research experience, and/or practice expertise in business law, corporate law, and/or related fields. All methodologies and approaches are welcome.
Minimum qualifications include a record of academic excellence, demonstrated success or the potential for success in scholarship and teaching, and a JD from an accredited law school or its equivalent. Successful candidates must be able to work effectively with students, staff, and faculty from culturally diverse backgrounds and with multiple intersectional identities, and to help advance diversity, equity, and inclusion in the university community.
Preference will be given to applicants with scholarship, teaching, applied research experience, or practice expertise in corporate law and/or related fields.