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CLINICAL PROFESSOR / EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Loyola Law School is a community legal clinic that brings public service, education research and advocacy together to improve the quality of legal services provided to children in the juvenile delinquency system. The clinic provides free legal services to youth in the Los Angeles delinquency courts while providing law students with a vital skill set and the opportunity to practice in the public interest. The Executive Director of the Center for Juvenile Law and Policy (CJLP) is the Executive Officer of the CJLP and reports to the Dean of Loyola Law School and the Associate Dean of Clinical Programs and Experiential Learning. The Executive Director (ED) of the CJLP supervises the Legal Director and all faculty and staff of the CJLP. The position is a non-tenure track, clinical professor appointment, beginning January, 2014. Must be licensed to practice law in California. the successful individual is expected to have solid experience in a criminal legal setting, it is also possible that candidates might come from other sectors that intersect the fields of law and policy. Candidates will have experience that will demonstrate the ability to conceptualize, develop, and evaluate programs. Successful experience in general management, financial management, and strategic planning is preferred. Because this is a teaching position, successful candidates will be comfortable lecturing on topics such as criminal law and trial advocacy, along with directly supervising law students in a clinical setting focused on juvenile delinquency. Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience. For more information and the application process, go to http://jobs.lmu.edu/postings/13235 Complete applications must be received by October 18, 2013 . No faxed or e-mailed applications please. Loyola Law School supports the principles of diversity in hiring. CLINICAL PROFESSOR / EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, is accepting applications for the Executive Director of the Center for Juvenile Law and Policy. The Center is a community legal clinic that brings public service, education research and advocacy together to improve the quality of legal services provided to children in the juvenile delinquency system. The clinic provides free legal services to youth in the Los Angeles delinquency courts while providing law students with a vital skill set and the opportunity to practice in the public interest. The Executive Director of the Center for Juvenile Law and Policy (CJLP) is the Executive Officer of the CJLP and reports to the Dean of Loyola Law School and the Associate Dean of Clinical Programs and Experiential Learning. The Executive Director (ED) of the CJLP supervises the Legal Director and all faculty and staff of the CJLP. The position is a non-tenure track, clinical professor appointment, beginning January, 2014. Candidates must be licensed to practice law in California. Although the successful individual is expected to have solid experience in a criminal legal setting, it is also possible that candidates might come from other sectors that intersect the fields of law and policy. Successful candidates will have experience that will demonstrate the ability to conceptualize, develop, and evaluate programs. Successful experience in general management, financial management, and strategic planning is preferred. Because this is a teaching position, successful candidates will be comfortable lecturing on topics such as criminal law and trial advocacy, along with directly supervising law students in a clinical setting focused on juvenile delinquency. Teaching experience in an institution of higher education, while not required, is preferred. Must be able to think strategically about CJLP’s priorities and help to translate these priorities into program and staff recruitment and related fundraising activities. Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience. For more information on the position and the application process, go to http://jobs.lmu.edu/postings/13235 Complete applications must be received by October 18, 2013. No faxed or e-mailed applications please. Loyola Law School supports the principles of diversity in hiring. We encourage applications from women; members of groups traditionally underrepresented in legal academia are especially welcome.
 
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