The College of Law at the University of Saskatchewan is seeking to fill a one-year term position. Although the Search Committee is interested in hearing from all exceptional candidates regardless of subject matter expertise, candidates with the capacity to teach in areas of the core first year curriculum including Tort Law and Legal Research & Writing are especially welcome to apply. It is anticipated that the appointment will be at the rank of assistant professor and will commence in the Summer of 2023.
The College of Law has particular strength in a number of fields, including Dispute Resolution, Constitutional law, Aboriginal & Indigenous law and Access to Justice. The College hosts two important centres, the Indigenous Law Centre and CREATE Justice and there are opportunities for significant interdisciplinary partnerships between the College and other academic units on campus, specifically the Graduate Schools of Public Health, Public Policy, and Environment and Sustainability. Consequently, scholars who work in these areas may find the prospect of collaboration with members of the University’s academic community particularly appealing.
The College of Law is the oldest law school in western Canada, and has provided public service, innovative legal education and high-quality legal scholarship to the Province, Canada and beyond since 1912. We graduate leaders in a host of different areas with alumni holding judicial, political, academic, and private and public sector positions at the highest levels in a number of different regions within the country and beyond. The law school is committed to providing its students with rich experiential learning opportunities. Our faculty members are award-winning teachers, recognized for their
teaching innovation and effectiveness. The College has embraced the interdisciplinary opportunities presented by being part of a major research-intensive university. This fact is reflected in the value the law school attributes to the creation and dissemination of diverse forms of knowledge and the use of that knowledge to better the human condition.
The College boasts three major endowed chairs, the Ariel F. Sallows Chair in Human Rights, the Law Foundation of Saskatchewan H. Robert Arscott Chair, and the most recently endowed Estey Chair in Business Law. These chairs allow us to bring distinguished scholars from Canada and around the world to the University thus enriching the academic life of the College. The College offers a thesis-based LL.M. degree that attracts promising new researchers, providing faculty with the opportunity to engage in graduate supervision. In addition, the College actively pursues world-renowned academics to present seminars on a wide array of issues and annually plays host to at least one major conference or workshop.
This position includes a comprehensive benefits package which includes a dental, health and extended vision care plan; pension plan, life insurance (compulsory and voluntary), academic long term disability, sick leave, travel insurance, death benefits, an employee assistance program, a professional expense allowance, and a flexible health and wellness spending program.
The salary ranges are as follows:
Assistant Professor: $99,945 to $120,099
Associate Professor: $120,099 to $140,253
Full Professor: $140,253 to $163,766
If you wish to become part of a highly collegial, dynamic and intellectually stimulating environment, or simply know more about the opportunities this position provides, please contact or apply to:
Professor Martin Phillipson
Dean, College of Law
University of Saskatchewan
15 Campus Drive
Telephone: (306) 966-5910
Fax: (306) 966-5900
If you wish to apply, you must hold an LL.M or doctoral qualification in law and should also provide a current C.V, three academic letters of reference, samples of your peer-reviewed publications and copies of both peer and student teaching evaluations if available. The College will begin considering applications in March 2023.
The College is particularly interested in receiving applications from Indigenous candidates. The University is committed to employment equity, diversity and inclusion, and are proud to support career opportunities for Indigenous Peoples to reflect the community we serve. We continue to grow our partnerships with Indigenous communities across the province, nationally and internationally and value the unique perspective that Indigenous employees provide to strengthen these relationships. Verification of Indigenous Membership/Citizenship at the University of Saskatchewan is led and determined by the deybwewin | taapwaywin | tapewin: Indigenous Truth policy and Standing Committee in accordance with the processes developed to enact the policy. Applicants that assert Indigenous membership/citizenship will be asked to complete the verification process of Indigenous membership/citizenship with documentation.