BCI is seeking terminally degreed faculty in law who are national leaders in their fields of study and who have previous experience teaching adult learners in an online platform. Previous experience teaching international students (notably Middle Eastern students) is desired.
Successful candidates will adhere to all BCI faculty expectations, including but not limited to:
Participating in the online classroom a minimum of five days per week, including one weekend day.
Conducting a minimum of seven live, hour-long lectures per term using Blackboard Collaborate.
Grading and providing detailed feedback on all assignments (critical thinking assignments and discussion board) within 72 hours of assignment due date. This includes in-depth feedback specific to the critical thinking assignment rubrics.
Actively responding to student emails and requests within 24 hours.
Position Requirements Skills and Qualifications:
Communicate effectively with students via Blackboard or similar Learning Management System (LMS).
Be a scholar in the Legal field. Preferred additional qualifications are listed below:
Hold at least one postgraduate degree in Law (e.g., J.D., LL.M., PhD).
Participate in academic conferences (such as those put forth by the ABA, IBA, or CCBE) and conduct research related to the legal field.
Work experience in a law firm or as in-house counsel for an organization
Admission to an administrative licensing body in your state, province, or country such as a State Bar, Saudi Bar Association, or Inns of Court.
Experience in developing and teaching law courses for an online program.
Experience teaching or working in the Middle East a plus.
BCI/International program courses are 16 weeks in length, currently taught in two sessions per year.
Course appointments are awarded on a term-to-term basis.
Employment is considered part-time on a per-assignment basis.
Compensation is competitive and is based on student enrollment.
Background checks and reference checks are required of all candidates.