Environmental Law — Teaching Opportunities

It seems especially appropriate on Labor Day to spread the word about some job opportunities at law schools for teaching in environmental law and related fields.  I’ll update the list as new openings come in.

The Florida State University College of Law seeks to hire a lateral, tenure-track faculty member to fill a named professorship and teach in the areas of environmental law, energy law, land use, natural resources law, coastal and ocean law, or water law, or a combination of these. The College of Law is especially interested in senior lateral candidates. Please send a CV to Professor Wayne Logan, Appointments Committee Chair, at [email protected]

George Washington University is considering lateral and entry-level candidates in the environmental/natural resources/energy areas. Contact:Lisa Fairfax, [email protected]

Pace Law School seeks to hire a tenure-track or tenured faculty member in environmental law broadly, including energy law, land use law, natural resources law, and international environmental law. Entry-level and lateral candidates will be considered. Please send a c.v. to Professor Darren Rosenblum, Appointments Committee Chair, at [email protected]

Texas Tech University has a lateral search to fill the George W. McCleskey Professor of Water Law and Director for the Law School’s Center for Water Law and Policy. The school also encourages applications for tenure-track candidates who are interested in teaching Water Law. Submit materials to the attention of Professor John L. Watts at the Texas Tech Jobs website https://jobs.texastech.edu or www.workattexastech.com

The University of Colorado Law School is searching for candidates with expertise in the following areas: environmental law, energy law, property law, and land-use law. Contact person: Scott R. Peppet [email protected]

The University of New Mexico School of Law plans to hire a visiting faculty member for the Spring, 2015 semester in the area of natural resources and/or environmental law. Interested candidates should contact Nathalie Martin, Chair, Faculty Appointments Committee, at [email protected] UNM SOL hopes to fill a permanent position in this area next year.

The University of San Diego is considering lateral candidates in the energy/environmental areas. Contact Orly Lobel, [email protected]

Vermont Law School is searching for a Transactional Clinical Assistant Professor and Staff Attorney to work as a lawyer and teacher spearheading the Center for Agriculture and Food Systems (CAFS) work with students, the CAFS LLM Fellow, and other faculty to develop legal tools and resources to support sustainable food systems. Send a resume and cover letter with salary requirements to Human Resources, Vermont Law School, P.O. Box 96, South Royalton, VT 05068 or to [email protected]

Wyoming will be advertising for (a) water law; and (b) energy, principally oil and gas. (Position may not be advertised in the AALS, because it is a joint School of Energy Resources and Law)(preliminary information) Contacts: Jacquelyn L. Bridgeman [email protected] (water law); James M. Delaney [email protected] (oil and gas).

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Dan Farber has written and taught on environmental and constitutional law as well as about contracts, jurisprudence and legislation. Currently at Berkeley Law, he has al…

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