New England Law seeks Teaching Fellow

My institution, New England Law Boston, is hiring a full-time Teaching Fellow for a two-year term starting this August. The fellow will teach three courses a year — one or two of which will cover core first-year topics. The fellow will be an integrated member of the full-time faculty.

This is a great opportunity for individuals who are interested in getting into legal academia. New England Law is a great place to work, and our faculty is remarkably supportive of our colleagues as it pertains to teaching, scholarship, or any other aspect of law school life. I encourage interested parties to apply.

The full job posting can be found here.

Conference Announcement: New England Regional Junior Faculty Scholarship Workshop

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New England Law | Boston is pleased to host the New England Regional Junior Faculty Scholarship Workshop on Friday, February 2, 2018.

The workshop will bring together junior law school faculty to present works in progress. The workshop is timed to allow participants to incorporate feedback before the spring article submission cycle, but papers and “ideas in progress” are welcome at any stage of completion. New England Law | Boston will provide a light breakfast and lunch to attendees. There is no fee for attending the workshop, but participants will be responsible for their own travel expenses.

The workshop is open to all non-tenured faculty (including fellows and VAPs) at any law school in the United States and Canada. Each participant will be asked to present his or her own paper or project and to serve as a primary discussant on another attendee’s paper or project. To ensure an atmosphere conducive to lively discussion and constructive feedback, space is limited to twenty participants.  Papers are welcome on any law-related topic, and the conference organizers will strive to group related topics together.

To participate in the workshop, please send an e-mail to Jordy Singer ( by Tuesday, January 16, 2018. In the e-mail, please indicate the title of your paper or work in progress, and include a short abstract.  Any questions about the conference can be directed to Jordy Singer at the address above.

The workshop will alternate locations every year in collaboration with the faculty at Albany Law School.

(Bumped 1/15/18)