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Two Year Term Position, Law

University of Saskatchewan

The College of Law at the University of Saskatchewan is seeking to fill up to two term positions. Although the Search Committee is interested in hearing from all exceptional candidates regardless of subject matter expertise, candidates with the capacity to teach in areas of the core first year curriculum including Property, Criminal Law and Legal Research & Writing are especially welcome to apply. It is anticipated that the appointments will be at the rank of assistant professor and will commence no later than August 1, 2022. The duration of the term is 2 years.

As the oldest law school in western Canada, the College of Law has a distinguished and venerable history. We graduate leaders in a host of different areas, with alumni holding judicial, political, academic, private and public-sector positions at the highest levels in a number of different regions within the country and beyond. The law school is committed to providing its students with rich experiential learning opportunities. Our faculty members are award-winning teachers, recognized for their teaching innovation and effectiveness. The College has embraced the interdisciplinary opportunities presented by being part of a major research-intensive university. This fact is reflected in the value the law school attributes to the creation and dissemination of diverse forms of knowledge and the use of that knowledge to better the human condition.

The College of Law has a number of features that enhance faculty and student engagement. The law school boasts three visiting chairs that allow distinguished scholars from around the world to bring new perspectives to the work of the College. The College is home to the Indigenous Law Centre and has connections with the University’s interdisciplinary graduate schools focused on environment and sustainability, and public policy. The College offers an LL.M. degree that attracts promising new researchers. Each year, the College offers an array of guest lectures, conferences and seminars.

A position with the University of Saskatchewan comes with a very competitive benefits package that includes life insurance (compulsory and voluntary), academic long-term disability, sick leave, travel insurance, death benefit, dental plan, extended health and vision care plan, employee assistance program and flexible health spending account.

The successful candidate will be appointed to a position at the assistant professor level (the salary band for this position is $99,945 to $120,099). Applications will start being considered in the next six weeks.

If you wish to apply, you must hold an LL.M or doctoral qualification in Law. Inquiries as well as letters of application, accompanied by a current curriculum vitae, sample of scholarly writing, university transcripts and letters from three academic referees, should be directed to:

Martin Phillipson, Dean
College of Law
University of Saskatchewan
15 Campus Drive
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
S7N 5A6
Telephone: (306) 966-5910
Fax: (306) 966-5900

The University of Saskatchewan is strongly committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace that empowers all employees to reach their full potential. All members of the university community share a responsibility for developing and maintaining an environment in which differences are valued and inclusiveness is practiced. The university welcomes applications from those who will contribute to the diversity of our community. In consideration of the University’s strategic directions and Equity, Diversity and Inclusion priorities, the University relies on section 56 of the Saskatchewan Human Rights Code to give preference in employment to Indigenous applicants. Applicants who self-declare Indigenous identity, are expected to provide supporting evidence of their Indigenous identity and community relationships. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority.