March 2, 2012
San Diego Seeks to Hire Distinguished Visiting Tax Scholars
The University of San Diego School of Law invites applications from senior tax faculty interested in participating in its Distinguished Visiting Tax Scholar program:
The Distinguished Visiting Tax Scholar program brings established tax scholars to San Diego and gives them full access to the University of San Diego’s faculty, graduate tax program, and the San Diego bar. Visitors will participate fully in the intellectual life of the law school and will be welcome at all faculty events of interest, including the University of San Diego’s tax speaker series, the annual Pugh lecture, and weekly colloquia.
Distinguished Tax Visitors will teach one course each semester they are in residence, and the University of San Diego endeavors to provide as much flexibility as possible in choosing and structuring that course. Appointments are available for the fall or spring semesters; summer visits may also be possible.
Interested applicants should e-mail a curriculum vitae to Don Dripps by March 10, 2012. The University of San Diego is an equal opportunity employer. All are encouraged to apply.
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