The McIntire School of Commerce at the University of Virginia is seeking applications
for one or more full-time instructor positions to teach several sections of Business Law I
and II in its undergraduate program beginning fall semester 2011. The strongest
candidates will have demonstrated excellence in teaching Business Law I and II.
Business Law I introduces students to the American legal system, emphasizing contracts,
torts, agency, corporations, and partnerships. Business Law II further exposes students to
the American legal system, emphasizing debtor-creditor law, bankruptcy, product
liability, and sale of goods, property, and commercial paper. Review of applications will
begin February 1, 2011 and continue until the position(s) are filled. The McIntire School
of Commerce awards a Bachelor of Science degree in Commerce, as well as Master of
Science degrees in Commerce, Accounting, and Management of Information
Technology. McIntire serves over 650 upper-level undergraduates and 300 graduate
students. Undergraduate students enter the McIntire School in their third year at the
University and concentrate in at least one of six fields: accounting, finance, international
business, marketing, management, and information technology. McIntire graduates are
actively recruited by major professional services firms (e.g., accounting firms, consulting
firms, and investment banks) and Fortune 500 corporations. The School's programs have
been recognized as among the best in the country in evaluations and rankings conducted
by such publications as Business Week, US News and World Report, ComputerWorld,
and Public Accounting Review. Additional information can be found at the McIntire
School's website: http://www.commerce.virginia.edu
Candidates must have a Law Degree (J.D.). The strongest candidates will also have
demonstrated excellence in teaching Business Law I and II and have had extensive
experience in practicing law with a focus on business law.
To apply, go to http://jobs.virginia.edu, search for posting number 0607176, and
complete a Candidate Profile on-line.
The University of Virginia is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.