Several Teaching Fellow positions in Legal Studies are available for Fall Semester, generally running from early September to the middle of December. Legal Studies at Brandeis is an interdisciplinary concentration that integrates legal issues into the undergraduate liberal arts curriculum. The Guberman Fellows serve as teaching assistants in the introductory lecture course, a broad survey of American legal culture as seen from social, historical and comparative perspectives. Each Fellow leads two discussion sections per week; works closely with students on course assignments; and consults throughout the semester with course instructor Prof. Dan Breen.
Applicants should have a thorough grounding in American legal systems. They should hold the J.D. degree and have at least five years of post-JD practice experience. Interest in teaching law to undergraduates is essential. Stipend for the semester is $3500. Applicants should submit c.v. and brief letter of interest.