Teaching Fellow, Stanford Program in International Legal Studies (SPILS) - Stanford Law School

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This position is intended primarily for people who expect to pursue an academic career in law or socio-legal studies. Candidates for the position should have a JD (or the equivalent for foreign scholars), and should have completed (or nearly completed) a doctoral degree in law or social science that included substantial coursework in socio-legal studies and experience applying empirical research methods broadly construed (i.e., whether in the form of quantitative or qualitative social science, or a more historical orientation). Applicants are sought for a two-year commitment, starting in August 2023, with the possibility of a third-year by mutual agreement.

Those interested should apply by letter by Sunday, January 15, 2023, addressing their letter to Associate Dean Amalia Kessler, summarizing their educational qualifications and experience, as well as any other information that might help in making selections.  Each applicant must also send official transcripts from all graduate degrees, a resume, copies of any publications, and three letters of recommendation (at least two from law professors) commenting on the applicant’s suitability for the position in terms of teaching ability, capacity for excellence in research, and interpersonal and management skills. 

There is a multi-step application process outlined below:

  1.  Submit your application online via the Stanford Careers website [https://careersearch.stanford.edu/jobs/teaching-fellow-stanford-program-in-international-legal-studies-spils-stanford-law-school-19799]
  2. Submit your letter, resume, official transcripts, and copies of publications to jobapps@law.stanford.edu.
  3. Your references must send their letters of recommendation directly to jobapps@law.stanford.edu, with your name in the email subject line.


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