APPOINTMENT The appointment will be as a tenure-track Associate Professor. The professor will teach twelve credit hours per academic year beginning with the 2021-2022 academic year. The College of Law is interested in persons with all substantive legal interests, but particularly is interested in persons able to teach Civil Procedure, Conflicts of Laws, Contracts, Evidence, Family Law, Property, Remedies, Torts, Trial Advocacy, and Wills, Trusts, and Estates. RESPONSIBILITIES This position is a tenure-track position which will be responsible for teaching twelve credit hours per academic year and engaging in quality applied research/scholarly activities. The Associate Professor will be expected to participate in service activities to grow a fledging program such as curriculum development, student recruiting, program assessment, program development and leadership, student advisement, and committee leadership. EXPECTATIONS Because the educational program will strive for excellence in developing practice-related competencies, faculty members will be expected to follow the instructional and curricular practices of the College of Law, including use of the Canvas Learning Management System, learning outcomes, multiple assessments, and research and writing modules within a course, as appropriate, with support from other faculty as well as research librarians. The College of Law will support faculty in these areas by providing training, course design expertise, and learning management system support.