University at Buffalo School of Law

The University at Buffalo School of Law -- the only law school in the State University of New York system — is situated on the flagship campus of a world-class research intensive public university, the largest in the northeastern United States. One of only a few law schools located on an international border, we offer a cross-border legal studies concentration as well as concentrations in advocacy, criminal law, family law, intellectual property and privacy law, international law, and sports law. Many of our nationally prominent faculty members have a Ph.D. in addition to their law degrees, which allow us to offer a wide range of interdisciplinary course options taught by experts. What makes us truly special is that a UB School of Law education is a collaborative initiative with the legal community.  Our students, faculty, staff, loyal employers, judges and our wide-ranging network of alumni are all deeply engaged with the law school community. They are mutually supportive of one another and directly involved and committed to the educational process. We share a distinct sense of place and pride.  That’s the hallmark of our law school. 

Dec 15, 2021
Full time
$65,000 - $70,000 yearly
University at Buffalo School of Law O'Brian Hall, Mary Talbert Way, Buffalo, NY, USA
The University at Buffalo School of Law invites applications for the position of Lecturer in Law in its Legal Analysis, Writing, and Research (LAWR) Program, which provides intensive skills training with a strong emphasis on small-group and individual learning.   The position is a full-time 12-month University appointment for an initial period of two years, beginning in the summer of 2022, with an assumption that at least one subsequent three-year appointment will follow. The possibility of renewing the appointment after the initial five years is assumed. One position will be filled at a salary of $65,000 to $70,000 per year.   The Lecturer will teach one section of LAWR each semester, will prepare their own lesson plans and assignments, and will collaborate with other LAWR faculty. Lecturers are expected to contribute to the school’s intellectual life and serve on faculty committees, and will be encouraged to pursue broader teaching and scholarly activities....