NSU Adjunct Law Faculty Positions

Thursday, September 27, 2018 12:40 PM | Nakia Ruffin (Administrator)


ADJUNCT LAW FACULTY RECRUITMENT ANNOUNCEMENT

Sept. 26, 2018

The Shepard Broad College of Law in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. is seeking candidates for the adjunct faculty teaching positions described below.

Candidates must have a JD degree, and practitioners with at least 5 years of practice experience are preferred.

Interested candidates should forward a resume and brief statement of qualifications by the deadlines indicated for each position below, to Richard Grosso, Professor of Law and Chair, Adjuncts Committee, at rgrosso@nova.edu.

Thank you,

Richard Grosso,

Professor of Law

Chair, Adjuncts Committee

I.

Law Office Management Workshop

We are seeking an adjunct professor to teach this course beginning in the Summer 2019 semester.

The course description is as follows:

Law Office Management Workshop (2 Credits) LAW 0651

This workshop provides hands-on experience in the practical aspects of organizing a law practice. The workshop is divided into units covering The Office and Its Technology, Bar Grievances and Attorney Malpractice, Trust Accounting in Florida, Good Billing Practices, Marketing, and Small Firm Survival. Included in these units are concepts useful in both litigation and transactional practices, such as corporate structure, real estate contracts, employment procedures, and office infrastructure. Additional Prerequisite(s) or Corequisite(s): Professional Responsibility.

If interested in this position, please submit a resume and brief statement of qualifications by October 15, 2018 to rgrosso@nova.edu.

II.

Criminal Pre-Trial Practice

We are seeking an adjunct professor to teach this course beginning in either the Fall 2019 semester or the Winter 2020 semester.

The course description is as follows:

Criminal Pre-Trial Practice (2 Credits) LAW 0711

This workshop simulates pre-trial practice in the criminal law context. Students may participate in motion hearings, and depositions along with drafting pleadings, discovery and motions. Additional Prerequisite(s): Criminal Procedure and Evidence.

If interested in this position, please submit a resume and brief statement of qualifications by November 9, 2018 to rgrosso@nova.edu.

III.

Civil Pre-Trial Practice

We are seeking an adjunct professor to teach this course beginning in either the Fall 2019 semester or the Winter 2020 semester.

The course description is as follows:

Civil Pre-Trial Practice (3 Credits) LAW 0517

ALSV Workshop involving simulation of the pre-trial process. Students participate in motion hearings and oral depositions. They also draft attorney fee agreements, pleadings, written discovery, motions and accompanying memoranda of law, a final pre-trial order, and jury instructions. Additional Prerequisite(s) or Corequisite(s): Evidence.

If interested in this position, please submit a resume and brief statement of qualifications by November 9, 2018 to rgrosso@nova.edu.

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