From our colleague Hannah Garry, Clinical Associate Professor of Law and Director of the International Human Rights Clinic at Los Angeles' University of Southern California Gould School of Law, comes news that applications are now being accepted for the Audrey Irmas Clinical Teaching Fellowship, which will begin in summer 2013 and run for 2 years. Hannah notes that the current, inaugural Irmas Clinical Teaching Fellow, University of Texas Law graduate Elizabeth Henneke, "learned about the fellowship through IntLawGrrls" (news we're delighted to hear). Hannah writes:
'Candidates should have two to five years' practice experience, experience or interest in advocating on behalf of women and children, and an interest in pursuing a career in law school clinical teaching.'
Desirable is experience in one or more of the following: immigration law, international human rights and/or international criminal law; and criminal law. Other desirable attributes include: excellent academic record, membership in a state bar, analytical and writing skills, and skills in languages in addition to English.
The fellow will work among USC Law's network of clinics – the Immigration Clinic, the International Human Rights Clinic, or the Post-Conviction Justice Project – under the supervision of clinical faculty members. Duties will include supervision of students, co-teaching, curriculum development, casework, and some events programming.
Annual salary will range from $60,000 to $75,000, plus benefits.
Deadline for applications is November 30, 2012.
For further details on the position and how to apply, click here.