Primary responsibilities will include contributing to the teaching and administration of the department’s nationally-ranked Legal Studies program. This growing program currently serves over 125 majors and prides itself in being an American Bar Association approved program. Legal Studies majors take courses in a variety of legal practice areas, including family law, civil and criminal litigation, alternative dispute resolution, constitutional law, criminal law, administrative law, and business law. Students learn legal theories and practical skills that give them a strong foundation for success in a variety of legal careers. The program also served as an excellent foundation for students considering law school.
B. Experience: Teaching undergraduate and/or law school courses on various legal topics.
C. Experience: directing/managing university academic program.
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