Boston University School of Law is hiring a part-time instructor to teach the Law School's Health Law Externship Seminar. The Health Law Externship Seminar is a co-requisite course for students enrolled in health law externships (in government, non-profits, corporations, and private firms). Teaching of the course will begin in Spring 2020. The instructor will develop and teach the one credit seminar with a possibility of teaching in both the fall and spring semesters; the seminar will focus on illuminating the major legal, ethical, and professional issues that arise in the practice of health law, and the skills needed to succeed in health law. The instructor will collaborate with the Director of Externships to oversee the externship placements for participating students, including site visits, and ongoing outreach to secure participation in the program.
The ideal candidate for this position will have prior teaching experience, be familiar with legal externship programs, be a skilled supervisor, and have practiced health law for a minimum of five years. Applications submitted on or before October 9, 2019 or earlier will receive priority consideration.
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