Business/Tax and Civil Law Positions – Tenured or Tenure Track

  • Loyola University New Orleans College of Law
  • Jan 17, 2021
Full time Education

Job Description

Loyola University New Orleans College of Law Faculty Positions
Loyola University New Orleans is now accepting applications for two tenure track or tenured
faculty members to begin August 1, 2021. We are seeking candidates with expertise in the
following substantive areas: (1) business and tax law; and (2) Louisiana civil law. We especially
welcome applications from candidates who will add to the diversity of our educational community
and who have demonstrated expertise in working with a diverse student body. J.D. or equivalent
is required. For the civil law position, we also welcome applications from civil law scholars outside
Louisiana.
If you are interested in applying, please send your curriculum vitae and cover letter to
resumes@loyno.edu. Inquiries may be sent to the Chair of the Appointments Committee, Professor
Bobby Harges at harges@loyno.edu.
About the College of Law
The College of Law is located in a largely residential area of New Orleans, one of the most
culturally diverse cities in the United States, with unique cuisine, numerous museums and
historical sites, and a flourishing arts community. New Orleans is also the seat of the United States
Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, the Federal District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana, the
Louisiana Supreme Court, and the Louisiana Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, as well as other
lower courts. The College of Law has a student population of approximately 500 students, over
forty faculty members, active clinics that have spearheaded numerous social justice reform efforts,
and summer programs in Europe and Central America. Its location in Louisiana, one of the world’s
best known “mixed jurisdictions,” provides unique opportunities for comparative and international
law scholarship.
Loyola University New Orleans is an educational institution dedicated to fostering intellectual
achievement, personal development, and social responsibility, and it is committed to the human
dignity and worth of every person. Loyola University New Orleans strives to create and maintain
a working and learning environment in which individuals are treated with dignity, decency, and
respect. The University acknowledges and values individual differences, including, but not limited
to, the dimensions of race; color; sex; national origin; age; religion; gender identity; transgender
status; sexual orientation; ethnicity; disability status; and marital status and citizenship status. We
recognize that diversity enriches our social interactions and intellectual lives, and we strongly
encourage applications from individuals who will bring diversity to the College of Law. 
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