Baylor Law will be interviewing to fill multiple tenure-track
positions to provide coverage in a variety of curricular areas
based upon Baylor Law’s curricular needs and applicant’s
experience. Possible courses include criminal law (first-year,
required Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure), white collar crime,
juvenile justice, military justice, real estate finance, debt
financing, construction, energy/natural resources,
international trade and business transactions,
digital/cybersecurity, elder law/special needs, retirement,
nonprofit, income taxation, consumer protection, bankruptcy,
creditors remedies, negotiable instruments/payment systems,
franchising, healthcare, sports law, patent law and litigation,
client counseling, municipal government, poverty, family law and
family law advocacy and procedure.
Candidates must possess an earned Juris Doctor and evidence of
impressive academic performance in law school, such as a noteworthy
ranking or GPA, earned law review membership and involvement, or
other law school honors, e.g. (Order of the Coif membership).
Candidates will be asked to provide a letter of interest,
curriculum vitae, transcripts, and a list of three references in
the application process. Salary is commensurate with
experience and qualifications.
Baylor University is a private not-for-profit university
affiliated with the Baptist General Convention of Texas. As an
Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer, Baylor is committed
to compliance with all applicable anti-discrimination laws,
including those regarding age, race, color, sex, national origin,
pregnancy status, military service, genetic information, and
disability. As a religious educational institution, Baylor is
lawfully permitted to consider an applicant’s religion as a
selection criterion. Baylor encourages women, minorities, veterans,
and individuals with disabilities to apply.