Thursday, June 10, 2021
The University of Iowa College of Law Associate Professor or Professor:
Position Description: The University of Iowa College of Law anticipates hiring multiple entry-level or lateral faculty members in areas including tax, constitutional law, and a variety of other specialties. Iowa Law provides the ideal setting for professional growth as a law teacher and legal scholar. As a small school within a Big Ten university, we offer an environment that values community and civility, maximizes collaboration, and encourages exploration across legal fields. As a result, Iowa Law produces graduates who are grounded, collegial, and effective leaders. Iowa Law students learn how to work together and communicate clearly with one another—crucial skills in the legal profession. And as part of a world-class research university, our students and faculty can partner with experts across campus in fields as varied as engineering, the liberal arts, health care, and more—a significant advantage in preparing for legal issues that cross fields of expertise and global borders. For questions, please contact Faculty Appointments Committee.
Education Requirement: JD, PhD or other advanced degree related to the area of the candidate's scholarly work.
- Promise of ability as a teacher of law students.
- Promise of scholarly productivity.
- Consistent record of high-quality teaching at all appropriate instructional levels.
- Scholarly achievement of high quality, accompanied by unmistakable evidence that the candidate is a nationally and, where applicable, internationally recognized scholar in the chosen field.
- Record of significant and effective service to the law school, university, and, if appropriate, to the profession.
- Demonstrated ability to maintain effective and respectful working relationships with the campus community to uphold a standard of cultural competency and respect for differences consistent with the College of Law's commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
- Will bring significant new scholarly strengths to the College of Law.