Faculty Openings in Environmental Law

Some schools are still formulating their hiring plans, but others are clearly in the market.

Ax in past years, I’ve been collecting information about faculty openings in environmental, natural resources, and energy law.  I’ll update this as I receive more information.  Here’s what I’ve got so far:

University of Delaware is seeking a Distinguished Named Professorship in Energy and the Environment. Environmental law scholars are encouraged to apply (UD has no law school, but relationships with several, and has a Legal Studies Program).   Expressions of interest by October 1.   See http://apply.interfolio.com/30840.  Contact: Jeremy Firestone, [email protected].

Osgoode Hall has two tenure-track openings, with sustainability in the top two subject-area priorities. Applications are due October 2. See the ad at:
Contact: Stepan Wood, [email protected].

Pace Law School will be hiring a Clinical Instructor/Supervising Attorney for the Pace Environmental Litigation Clinic.  Contact: Jennifer Ruhle, [email protected]

Vermont Law School has a tenure/tenure-track position in energy law and/or international and comparative law (with a preference for China/East Asia). Contact: Melissa Scanlon, [email protected].

Tulane University Law School invites nominations and applications for the inaugural James McCulloch Endowed Chair in Energy Law. Contact: [email protected].

Yale Law School is looking for an Associate Clinical Professor for the environmental protection clinic. Contact person: Douglas Kysar, [email protected].


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