Adjunct Professor – Taw Law and Estate Planning

The John Marshall Law School in Chicago seeks adjunct faculty to teach a number of courses in the areas of tax and estate planning. A J.D. is required and at least five years of practice in the areas of tax or estate planning is expected.  The number of class hours varies by course, and compensation will be based on the number of class hours.  Courses are taught both in a traditional classroom setting and on-line.  In addition, adjunct faculty are responsible for timely and accurate submission of required paperwork related to instruction.

To Apply:

Submit a current curriculum vitae, a cover letter, and three professional references to Assistant Director Bethany Price at bprice@jmls.edu. An interview may be required.

 

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