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Associate Professor, Fundamentals of Lawyering, GW Law School
The George Washington University Law School in Washington, DC anticipates hiring one or more professors to teach in its Fundamentals of Lawyering Program (FLP) for a three-year renewable contract term. The position(s) is a non-tenure track, specialized appointment that would begin in Summer 2023. Launched in 2019, FLP deploys a six-credit, two-semester Fundamentals of Lawyering (FL) course (3 credits per semester). FL provides first-year law students with a strong foundation in legal writing and analysis, research, citation, and problem-solving in a variety of lawyering contexts. The course curriculum is designed to assist with students’ professional identity formation


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