Instructor, Fundamentals of U.S. Constitutional Law for Foreign-Trained Law Students
Boston University School of Law is seeking to hire a part-time instructor to teach a class to its internationally-trained LLM students during the spring 2019 semester: Fundamentals of U.S. Constitutional Law for LL.M. Students. The two-credit class would meet once a week for two hours.
Fundamentals of U.S. Constitutional Law for LL.M. Students would provide an introductory level survey of U.S. constitutional law. Topics would include but not be limited to: the Constitution’s impact on fundamental concepts of criminal and civil law; the delineation of spheres of power between the branches of the national government; the role of the judiciary and other institutions in interpreting and applying the Constitution; individual rights; substantive due process; theories of constitutional interpretation; and the practice and meaning of judicial review in a political democracy. Enrollment would be limited to LLM students who obtained their law degree outside the United States.
Interest in teaching international, non-native English speaking students is required. Prior teaching experience in a law school is strongly preferred.
DO NOT submit your application through the BU website.
Applicants should email a letter of interest and a resume to the Graduate and International Programs Office at Boston University School of Law, at firstname.lastname@example.org.