The Faculty of Law at Thompson Rivers University (TRU Law) invites applications from candidates with a strong commitment to excellence in teaching and research as well as collegial governance for a tenure-track appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor or a tenured appointment at the rank of Associate or Full Professor, depending on qualifications and experience.
The appointment is expected to commence July 1, 2020.
The Committee invites applications from candidates in all research and teaching areas. We encourage candidates to identify areas of teaching interest falling in the core JD curriculum.
The deadline for applications is January 25, 2020. More information is available here: https://tru.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/16549.
Faculty of Law: Tenure-Track Appointments
Academic Employment Opportunity #19-28UNB Fredericton
Closing Date: Review of applications is expected to begin by January 31, 2020 and continue until the positions are filled.
The Faculty of Law invites applications for two tenure-track appointments, anticipated to be at the Assistant Professor level, with start dates of July 1, 2020 or January 1, 2021 or such other dates as may be negotiated with the successful candidates. The positions are subject to budgetary approvals. We welcome applications from outstanding scholars of diverse perspectives and are particularly interested in Indigenous scholars. Our current and anticipated teaching priorities are in the following areas:
Founded in 1892, UNB Law is a collegial community with a deep commitment to its 270 students. Faculty members contribute to, and are committed to, sustaining our core curriculum, which includes compulsory courses in all three years. Our offices, teaching facilities, and the Gerard V. La Forest Law Library are located together in an attractive setting on UNB's Fredericton campus, above the Saint John/St. Jean (Wolastoq) River, in the capital city of New Brunswick. Faculty and students support a variety of causes and events that enhance the civic life of the school and community. We are home to the student-produced annual, UNB Law Journal/Revue de droit de l'U N-B, and we offer many opportunities for collaboration both inside and outside the University.
Review of applications is expected to begin by January 31, 2020 and continue until the positions are filled. Please submit a curriculum vitae, transcripts of university study, brief statements of research and teaching interests, and the names, postal and email addresses, and telephone numbers of three referees to:
John Kleefeld, Dean and Professor of Law
Attention: Tina Madore, Assistant to the Dean
Faculty of Law, University of New Brunswick
PO Box 4400, Fredericton NB E3B 5A3
Short-listed candidates will be required to provide satisfactory proof of credentials including appropriately certified translations of credentials into English, as applicable.
The University of New Brunswick is committed to employment equity and fostering diversity within our community and developing an inclusive workplace that reflects the richness of the broader community that we serve. The University welcomes and encourages applications from all qualified individuals who will help us achieve our goals, including women, visible minorities, Aboriginal persons, persons with disabilities, persons of any sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression. Preference will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada.
Territories of the Wendat, Anishinaabe, and Haudenosaunee// Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation Treaty Territory // Dish With One Spoon Treaty Territory
The organizing committee for the 2020 Abolition Convergence invites you to come dream with us! We invite each of you to join us in hopes that our relationships will advance movements and shifts that bring about the futures we dream of! So come create, connect, explore and dream with us!
Proposals: We will be open for proposals from September 1, 2019 – December 31, 2019 and welcome a wide range of artistic, activist, academic submissions! We also encourage folks to submit proposals that will help to build our children and youth tracks!!
Ideas for proposals may include but are not limited to:
Art, Multimedia, theatre and game-making spaces;
Relationship building and sustaining;
Academic paper presentations
Spaces for creation and collaboration;
Our organizing committee is a collaboration of artists, activists, academics, and people with direct experience with the carceral system. Our group includes Indigenous folks, Black folks, people of colour, white folks, queer/trans* and 2-spirit folks, younger and older folks, folks who have been incarcerated and people who have worked and struggled against incarceration, detention, deportation, and settler colonialism in various ways.
In this light we want to encourage and make room for the participation of people/communities who face oppression or who may typically have less access to similar platforms including youth/students, Indigenous peoples, Black people, Latinx people and other racialized folks, 2SLGBTQIA+ people, Muslims, Jewish folks, Palestinian people, women, trans*/non-binary folx, people with different abilities, migrants, poor folks, sex workers, prisoners and other people who are directly affected by state violence.
We welcome proposals from anywhere in Canada, the United States or internationally. We recognize that lack of funds is often a barrier to participation and we will do our best to offer some subsidies for travel if a need is identified and funds allow.
Proposals & Registration: To register to attend or to submit a proposal, please fill out our registration form – and tell us a little bit about yourself:https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1iSb4ikPzzUic190uyrWwOii5LJpD2b7rFhvv-F3-mrI/viewform?edit_requested=true
Cost: In an effort to make the convergence financially accessible to as many people as possible, we are proposing the following registration costs (Note: All funds are in Canadian dollars and $1 CDN = $0.75 US):
Free – I am a youth, unemployed, underemployed, unfunded student, or someone who is formerly incarcerated
$1 – $100 (sliding scale) – I am employed but receive no funding from my work or school to attend the convergence
$100 – $200 (sliding scale) – I receive funding from my work or school to attend the convergence
Payments can be sent by e-transfer to: email@example.com
Questions? – Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please include a clear description of your proposed session, information as to how long it will be, whether you have any access needs, and whether you would like to conduct your session in a language other than English. We will accept proposals in text, audio or video format based on whatever is easiest for you.
Please let us know if you are bringing children and would like them to participate in the children’s track for the event! If you have specific accessibility needs, if you have dietary restrictions, or if you require support with accommodation and travel give us that information and we will do our best to support your attendance and participation in this convergence. We are continually in a process of trying to make all events accessible, but please let us know if there are things we’ve missed!
For more information on the convergence, please go here: https://abolitionjournal.org/more-information-on-convergence-2020/