I am happy to pass along this hiring notice from the University of Texas at Austin’s Law & Religion Clinic:
UT School of Law seeks to hire a full-time clinical professor to teach in its Law and Religion Clinic. The Clinic’s principal focus is working on a variety of pro bono law and religion matters under the state or federal constitutions, claims under state or federal religious-liberty legislation, and free-speech claims involving religious speech. The Clinic engages in exciting and cutting-edge work across the United States, including in the United States Supreme Court. The Clinic educates students by involving them in direct client representation or mediation services in law-related disputes and projects arising from a wide range of religious beliefs, practices, and circumstances. The Clinic is a project of the Bech-Loughlin First Amendment Center at the Law School.
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