The University of San Francisco School of Law is located in one of the world’s most dynamic and progressive cities, which affords our community a global perspective and access to premier arts, culture, and centers of innovation. Part of a historic Jesuit institution, the Law School has a proud 109-year history of preparing its diverse graduates to be excellent and ethical attorneys who serve their clients and communities with integrity and in a socially responsible manner.
We are a diverse, socially responsible learning community centered on high-quality scholarship and academic rigor while sustained by a faith that works for justice. We are committed to recruiting and retaining BIPOC faculty to reflect our mission and practice.
The Law school is seeking entry-level and lateral applicants for one or more positions on our full-time faculty to begin in the fall of 2022. USF Law welcomes outstanding candidates in all fields and is particularly interested in candidates who expand the school’s expertise in the fields of critical race theory, intersectionality, race and the law. Other areas of particular interest include criminal procedure, criminal law, contracts, property, international law, tax, intellectual property, and commercial law. Applicants should demonstrate a record of professional excellence, strong classroom teaching skills, a commitment to service, and potential for success as a scholar and contributing member of a dynamic and diverse community.
Applications from traditionally underrepresented groups in the legal field and individuals whose background or interests will enhance our diversity are highly encouraged. Contact: Julia Dunbar, Sr. Director of Faculty & Academic Services, USF School of Law, 2130 Fulton Street, San Francisco, CA 94117. Email: email@example.com.