Wednesday, March 31, 2021
University of San Francisco, Visiting Professor, Tax LLM:
Visiting Professorship in tax for the 2021-2022 academic year. The Visitor may also have the opportunity to teach an elective/seminar, if the schedule permits, as part of a commitment to two courses each semester.
University of San Francisco, Visiting Professor, School of Law:
The University of San Francisco School of Law is seeking applicants for one or more Visiting Professorships for the 2021-2022 academic year. USF Law welcomes outstanding candidates in contracts, criminal law and procedure, torts and tax. The Visitor(s) may also have the opportunity to teach an elective/seminar, if the schedule permits, as part of a commitment to two courses each semester. ...
Successful candidates possess a J.D. degree from an ABA-accredited law school and will demonstrate:
- a record of professional excellence and strong classroom teaching skills;
- a commitment to service and potential for success as a contributing member of a dynamic and diverse community;
- a willingness and ability to perform in either an in-person, hyflex, or remote modality. USF is committed to offering almost all classes in-person or hyflex for the fall semester, however, it is likely that public health restrictions may require some classes to be offered remotely
University of San Francisco, Adjunct Tax Writing Professor:
The School of Law at the University of San Francisco is seeking an adjunct professor to create, organize, and teach an online writing class in our LLM in Taxation program. The class will be hosted through our Canvas platform. Our faculty are experts in tax law, empowering students with a comprehensive understanding of tax laws and policies to be prepared for a career in the complex and ever-changing field of taxation. We are seeking an adjunct with an expertise in tax and writing.
- Effective online teaching instruction including delivering and recording engaging lectures and facilitating live class discussions
- Use formative assessment techniques in order to provide students with “real time” feedback on their writing and understanding of course material
- Observe regular office hours and be available to students during office hours and by appointment
- Preparing course syllabus, homework assignments, readings, and relevant course materials
- Grade and evaluate students’ coursework and submit grades promptly by established deadlines
- Advise students and provide mentorship on academic and curricula issues
- JD required, LLM or PhD advantaged but not required
- Experience in tax law and / or legal writing
- 3 years of legal experience or 3 years teaching experience required