Position Description: Visiting Assistant Professor of Clinical Law:
University of Minnesota Law Clinics, the clinical program of the University of Minnesota Law School, welcomes applicants for a visiting assistant professor position in its Ronald M. Mankoff Tax Clinic. The Tax Clinic is an in-house clinic partially subsidized with a grant from the IRS. The position is a 12-month, full-time position, and the entire position is contingent on funding through the IRS LITC program. The Tax Clinic enrolls twelve students and is a 7-credit course that runs Fall through Spring.
The title for the position is Visiting Assistant Professor of Clinical Law.
Experience in a clinical environment—either as a law student or as teacher— and working with low income individuals is required.
Responsibilities of the Ronald M. Mankoff Tax Clinic Visiting Assistant Professor: ...
The candidate will have the following qualifications: ...
Minimum qualifications: A qualified tax expert (QTE), and at least three years’ experience practicing law, or three years’ experience either as a student attorney or attorney (combined) in an LITC environment.
Compensation: The position is full-time with a salary commensurate with experience. The position offers medical and dental coverage options and options for retirement savings.
Term: The anticipated term is June 1, 2017, through June 10, 2018. This is a 100% time, 12 month academic administrative (P&A) appointment, renewable annually for up to four years in total, depending on performance and funding. Salary is negotiable and commensurate with qualifications.
How to apply: To apply, go to http://humanresources.umn.edu/jobs and reference job number 314260. Only complete applications submitted through the online employment system will be accepted. A complete application will consist of a resume, cover letter including a summary of tax law practice, proof of licensure, and three professional references. The priority deadline for applications is January 16, 2017, and position is open until filled.