George Mason University Assistant Director, Legal Research, Writing, and Analysis Program – Antonin Scalia Law School in Fairfax, Virginia
Assistant Director, Legal Research Writing and Analysis Program – Antonin Scalia Law School
The George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School seeks an Assistant Director, Legal Research, Writing, and Analysis (LRWA) Program, reporting to the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, or her designee.
- Collaborate with the Director of the First-Year Program and the Director of the Second-Year Program regarding curriculum development, including developing course syllabi, writing problems, and other instructional materials.
- Teach two sections of LRWA I (Predictive Writing) in the fall and two sections of LRWA II (Trial-Level Writing) in the spring.
- Oversee and manage the Writing Fellow Program, including, but not limited to, participating in screening, interviewing, training, and assessing the performance of the Writing Fellows.
- Assist in the hiring, oversight, and management of adjunct instructors within the LRWA Program.
- Participate in LRWA Program events, including, but not limited to, orientation and group lectures.
- Oversee the computation and submission of all 1L LRWA grades.
- Advise on the LRWA placement of transfer students.
- Collaborate with the law school reference librarians concerning research instruction.
- Other LRWA-related duties as assigned by the Director of the First-Year Program and the Director of the Second-Year Program.
- J.D. is required; and
- Significant relevant legal experience; minimum five years is preferred.
- Academic experience is preferred.
Special Instructions to Applicants
For full consideration, applicants must apply for position number FA79FZ at http://jobs.gmu.edu/; complete and submit the online application; and upload a cover letter, resume, writing sample, and a list of three work-related professional references with contact information.
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Department: Antonin Scalia Law School
Alternate Department Description: Law Instruction
Criminal Background Check: Standard Background Check
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Job Category: Administrative or Professional Faculty
Role (State) Job Title: Assistant Director, Legal Research, Writing, and Analysis Program – Antonin Scalia Law School
Working Title: Assistant Director, Legal Research, Writing, and Analysis Program – Antonin Scalia Law School
Job Type: Full-Time
Position Number: FA79FZ
Recruit Number: FAC7751
Location: Arlington, VA
Salary: Commensurate with education and experience.
For Full Consideration, Apply by: July 18, 2019
Posting Date: 06/21/2019
Open Until Filled?: Yes
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