* National Security / Foreign Affairs Graduate Clinical Teaching Fellow
Federal Legislation and Administrative Clinic
Georgetown University Law Center
The Federal Legislation and Administrative Clinic (FLAC) at the Georgetown University Law Center seeks two bar-admitted legislative lawyers to supervise law students during two-year graduate clinical teaching fellowships. One fellow starts this fall, no later than August 19, 2010, and receives an LL.M. The second starts Spring Term 2011, with tenure and LL.M negotiable. Each fellow receives an annual stipend of approximately $50,000 (taxable and pro-rated for periods of under one-year), health and dental benefits, and all tuition and fees for the LL.M. program, supervises five students, and works with the FLAC Director and national security / foreign affairs clients on important real-world policy and legislative initiatives. More information about the clinical fellowship may be found at http://www.law.georgetown.edu/clinics/documents/GLClinics09.pdf (page 26) Candidates must have excellent analytical, writing, and interpersonal skills, and keen interest in clinical teaching and learning. Experience in legislation and/or the national security / foreign affairs field is preferred but not required.
Not later than Monday, May 24 submit a concise statement of interest, CV, law school transcript (if possible), and writing sample to Visiting Professor Dakota Rudesill, Incoming Director, Federal Legislation and Administrative Clinic, 111 F Street NW, Room 340, Washington, D.C. 2000-2095. Please send a contemporaneous email, and direct any questions, to Loretta Moss, FLAC Executive Assistant, at moss.