Monday, September 12, 2016

Chicago Alumni and Bigelows on the teaching market, 2016-17 (UPDATED)

MOVING TO FRONT FOR LAST TIME THIS SEASON:   Two of our alums on the market recently had their job talk papers accepted for publication, one at Stanford Law Review, the other at Northwestern University Law Review.  Please feel free to contact me for more information.

UPDATE:  In the 2nd FAR distribution, we have a new Chicago candidate on the market with strong interests and credentials in a wide range of business law areas, who is also willing and able to teach the basic tax course.  Please contact me for more information about him or any of our other candidates, below.


This post is for schools who expect to be hiring this year.

In order to protect the privacy of our candidates, please e-mail me at to get a copy of the narrative profiles of our candidates, including hyperlinks to their homepages.  All these candidates will be in the first FAR distribution.

We have an excellent albeit small group of candidates this year, who cover many areas:  criminal law/procedure/justice, property, land use, local government, administrative law, environmental law, constitutional law, evidence, military law, national security law, law & economics, empirical legal studies, federal courts, civil procedure, appellate advocacy, torts, and professional responsibility.

Our candidates include former Supreme Court clerks; Law Review editors; JD/PhDs and LLM/SJDs; and accomplished practitioners as well as scholars.  All have publications and writing samples.

If when you e-mail, you tell me a bit about your hiring needs, I can supply some more information about all these candidates, since we have vetted them all at some point in the recent past.

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