The undergraduate program in Law and Justice (LAWJ) at Auburn University invites applications for a lecturer position to begin August 16, 2023. This position is a full-time, nine-month, non-tenure-track position, and is eligible for annual renewal based upon job performance, need, and availability of funding. Summer teaching may be required and will provide additional compensation.
The lecturer will be dedicated entirely to effective teaching and program coordination and will not be required to develop, pursue, or maintain an independent research agenda. The lecturer will be reviewed annually by the department head. Based on department and university guidelines, the lecturer will be eligible for promotion to Senior Lecturer.
Lecturers teach 4 three-credit hour classes each semester. Those classes include undergraduate courses in the following areas: Introduction to the Legal Profession, Civil Procedure, Contracts, Legal Research and Writing, Torts, and other courses that students may encounter in their first year in law school. Other areas of need include election law and administrative law. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to develop additional law-related courses.