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Adjunct Faculty - Law - (ADJ000231)

The Law Center offers graduate level courses in Law in multiple specialty areas and occasionally has openings for part-time Adjunct professors. Interested and qualified candidates are invited to apply to be considered for these temporary, part-time positions. Please indicate your areas of expertise. Adjunct appointments are made on a semester basis.

Adjunct opportunities vary in terms of the type of course. Opportunities include: (i) traditional doctrinal courses taught in a lecture format; (ii) clinical education, which is a type of experiential learning course; (iii) simulation courses, which is a type of experiential learning course; and (iv) involvement with the Law Center’s Blakely Advocacy Institute (, where the opportunities include a variety of skills‑based courses.

As a non‑tenure track (NTT) position, the appointee will accrue no time toward tenure at the University of Houston. Please reference and review the University of Houston’s NTT Faculty Policy, available at this link: .

Further information about the Law Center and its programs is available at: .

Associate Dean’s Office: Adjunct professor appointments are made by the Law Center’s Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Professor Greg R. Vetter, In addition to the formal application made in response to this posting, applicants should send the Associate Dean a short email expressing his or her interest, attaching a resume or curriculum vitae to that email.

The University of Houston is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action institution. Minorities, women, veterans and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Qualifications :

J.D. degree

Notes to Applicant: Official transcripts are required for a faculty appointment and will be requested upon selection of final candidate. All positions at the University of Houston are security sensitive and will require a criminal history check prior to employment.

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