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Part-Time Lecturer (Paralegal)

Eastern Michigan University
Michigan, United States
Salary Not specified
Date posted
Apr 30, 2024

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Position Type
Administrative, Academic Affairs, Faculty Affairs
Employment Level
Employment Type
Part Time

Job Details

Title: Part-Time Lecturer (Paralegal)

Employee Classification: LL - Adjunct Lecturer

Pay Grade: LL 00

Division: Academic and Student Affairs

Department: ACT - AA-College of Technology

Campus Location: Main Campus

General Summary

The School of Technology & Professional Services Mgmt is accepting applications for a part-time lecturer to teach courses in the Paralegal Program.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

  • Responsible for assigned courses. Typically, two hybrid legal research, writing, and analysis courses during fall semester, and one hybrid legal research, writing, and analysis course during winter semester.
  • Maintain a positive learning environment
  • Prepare and submit syllabi, course materials, assignments, and assessments, as requested by Paralegal Program Coordinator
  • Consider learning differences when designing and implementing learning activities
  • Employ appropriate assessment tools to measure student performance
  • Use technology effectively to achieve course goals and objectives
  • Available for student meetings outside of assigned classes
  • Prepare and submit attendance records, grades, and other required documentation consistent with Eastern Michigan University schedules
  • Attend periodic meetings with Paralegal Program Coordinator and Paralegal Program faculty
  • Possess a commitment to the education of paralegal students and the utilization of paralegal services
  • Possess a commitment to continued professional growth by participating in activities designed to improve teaching effectiveness
  • Perform related departmental duties as required.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • J.D.
  • Attorney in Good Standing of a state bar
  • Four years legal work experience
  • Excellent writing, research, and analysis, organization, communication, and problem-solving skills

Special Instructions:

Submit a (i) cover letter; (ii) statement of teaching philosophy; (iii) resume and unofficial transcripts for all degrees earned (transcript must reflect date degree received); and (iv) writing sample.

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