OSU Moritz College of Law – Alternative Dispute Resolution Faculty Position

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The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law seeks lateral candidates from the junior to the senior rank in the area of Alternative Dispute Resolution, broadly understood. We thus welcome expressions of active interest from faculty who research and write in the traditional ADR areas of arbitration, mediation, negotiation, restorative justice, international dispute resolution, or international commercial arbitration and mediation. We also welcome expressions of interest from faculty whose scholarship falls outside traditional ADR subjects. For example, we may be interested in considering candidates whose work engages community conflict and non-state-based forms of problem solving, community building and/or community organizing, diplomacy, environmental justice, mutual aid, peace studies, policing and its (non-carceral) alternatives, reparations, transformative and/or transitional justice, and truth and reconciliation.

Candidates should send a cover letter and C.V. by email to Martha Chamallas, chamallas.1@osu.edu, and Ari Glogower, glogower.2@osu.edu, expressing interest in being considered for this position. Applicants whose work is outside traditional ADR fields are encouraged—but not required—to use their cover letter to address how they see their work contributing to the field of ADR, while describing the traditional and non-traditional ADR courses that they would like to teach. 

The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law is committed to building and maintaining a diverse and inclusive community to reflect human diversity and to improve opportunities for all. Diversity, inclusion, equity, and justice are essential to the excellence of our community, culture, and curriculum, and the pursuit of this excellence is critical to our educational mission. We value diversity in all of its dimensions, including race, ethnicity, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, religion, socioeconomic status, geography, physical and learning abilities, veteran status, and other viewpoint differences. We seek to reflect multiple perspectives, backgrounds, and interests in all facets of our community. The Ohio State University is committed to equal employment opportunity and does not discriminate on any basis prohibited by law in its activities, programs, admission, and employment. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to a protected status.

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