Samuel Beswick, ‘The Law School Research-Track Job Markets: Advice and Resources for PhD and LLM Candidates (Presentation Slides)’

ABSTRACT
The path to becoming a law professor is strewn with unspoken norms and expectations. This document puts the quiet bits in writing by outlining what practical early steps graduate students can take to position themselves for an academic job, and what a tenure-track professorship application package looks like.

The advice is primarily directed at doctoral candidates in law intending to go on the law school job markets in Canada, other Commonwealth countries, or the United States. Topics covered include: 1. Early-stage planning; 2. Finding your (scholarly) people; 3. Conferences and workshops; 4. Job application package; 5. Writing and publishing; 6. Job market; 7. Interview day; 8. Job talk.

Beswick, Samuel, The Law School Research-Track Job Markets: Advice and Resources for PhD and LLM Candidates (Presentation Slides) (November 17, 2021).

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