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Teaching Positions for Adjunct Faculty

Penn Law values the contributions to our students’ education made by our adjunct faculty members. These members of the bar, business, and the judiciary come to us not only from Philadelphia, but from New York, Delaware, New Jersey, and Washington, D.C., giving our students the opportunity to interact with experts in a wide range of fields. Penn Law is always interested in enriching our course offerings with new courses as well as building a diverse faculty representing a variety of backgrounds and professional activities.  While we always welcome suggestions for new courses, we are currently specifically looking for adjunct members who can work with our students in a variety of Professional Skills Courses:

Professional Skills Courses

These courses include transactional drafting, drafting pre-trial litigation materials, and upper level writing courses. We welcome new courses and faculty who will provide our students the opportunity to gain experience drafting the types of documents they will experience in a variety of difference practice areas.  If you have a suggestion or wish to explore an interest in teaching a skills course, please contact us.

Interested persons should contact:

Paul George
Associate Dean for Curriculum Development