Yeshiva University Assistant Professor of Law in New York, New York
|Assistant Professor of Law|
|Campus||Cardozo-5th Ave & 12th St|
|Department||Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law|
|Position Type||Regular Full-Time|
The Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law is a leader in legal education, located in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village. The law school is renowned for its program in intellectual property, which includes the FAME Center for Fashion, Arts, Media and Entertainment Law. Cardozo Law has a long tradition of public advocacy and is the birthplace of the Innocence Project and the home of our Center for Rights and Justice. Cardozo offers a world-class faculty and encourages creative thinking and innovation in the legal profession. Cardozo provides students with a strong foundation in legal theory combined with practical hands-on experience in a variety of areas including criminal law, civil rights law, and business law. The school prides itself on creating a vibrant and warm community for faculty, staff and students.
A division of Yeshiva University, Cardozo Law School offers an excellent compensation package, and a broad range of employee benefit plans. The law school is a secular institution within a religious university and welcomes people of all religions, ethnic backgrounds, races and sexual identities.
Assistant Professors of Law teach law school courses, work on faculty governance issues through committee work, advise student organizations and publications, and engage in research and writing in their chosen area of study geared towards publication of high-quality work that evinces a significant contribution to scholarship and a commitment to continue to publish scholarly works.
- J.D. required
- Prior experience in law and/or teaching a plus
- Assistant Professors must be able to communicate complex legal issues clearly, collaborate with faculty, assist students, and engage in substantial research and writing
Yeshiva University is an equal opportunity employer committed to hiring minorities, women, individuals with disabilities and protected veterans.