The University at Buffalo, School of Law, SUNY invites applications for a full-time two-year faculty position at the rank of Visiting Assistant Professor for an individual who plans to pursue an academic career in law, and to address the issue of racial justice through scholarship and teaching.
The successful candidate will teach a core legal subject and develop a course in the area of racial justice, prepare one or more scholarly works for publication, and meet regularly with mentors to make progress in professional development.
The Law School encourages applications from candidates prepared to contribute, through research, teaching, and service, to a diverse and inclusive community of inquiry. The University at Buffalo School of Law is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes all to apply, including veterans and individuals with disabilities.
Outstanding Benefits Package
Working at UB comes with benefits that exceed salary alone. There are personal rewards including comprehensive health and retirement plan options. We also focus on creating and sustaining a healthy mix of work, personal and academic pursuit – all in an effort to support your work-life effectiveness. Visit our benefits website to learn about our benefit packages.
About The University at Buffalo
The University at Buffalo (UB) #ubuffalo is one of America’s leading public research universities and a flagship of the State University of New York system, recognized for our excellence and our impact. UB is a premier, research-intensive public university dedicated to academic excellence. Our research, creative activity and people positively impact the world. Like the city we call home, UB is distinguished by a culture of resilient optimism, resourceful thinking and pragmatic dreaming that enables us to reach others every day. Visit our website to learn more about the University at Buffalo.
University at Buffalo is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and, in keeping with our commitment, welcomes all to apply including veterans and individuals with disabilities.
Excellent academic background, including J.D. or higher law degree.
Evidence of research potential and of potential for successful teaching.
Additional professional, research or teaching experience.