Assistant or Associate Professor – One-year limited term appointment

The Schulich School of Law, Dalhousie University, invites applications for a one-year limited term appointment at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor, to commence July 1, 2021 in the area of Law and Technology.

Dalhousie University and the Schulich School of Law are committed to fostering a collegial culture grounded in diversity and inclusiveness.  We encourage applications from Indigenous persons, persons with a disability, racially visible persons, women, persons of a minority sexual orientation and/or gender identity, and all candidates who would contribute to the diversity of our community. For more information, please visit

Applicants should have an outstanding academic record, a record of scholarly engagement, and demonstrated (or potential) teaching and research excellence.  At the time of appointment, the successful candidate will hold an LL.B. or J.D. degree and is expected to have a relevant Master’s degree or a doctorate (completed or in progress).

The deadline for applications is October 9, 2020.

About the Schulich School of Law

The Schulich School of Law plays an extraordinary role in the fabric of Canadian legal education. We are a national law school, with our students coming from and returning to every region.  We graduate leaders.  Our alumni hold every form of government office, teach in Canadian law schools, innovate in the provision of private and public sector legal services and in business, advance policy in the executive branch of government, render decisions on courts across the country, and offer service to non-governmental bodies and non-profit and community organizations.  We have always been known for and proud of our commitment to unselfish public service, in the Weldon tradition.

We embrace the interdisciplinary opportunity of working in a university, we value the creation and dissemination of new knowledge, and we are firmly committed to students and to teaching and learning excellence.  We are conscious of the difference we make to law reform, adjudication, legal service, and community engagement at home and around the world.  We value the contributions of the founding communities in this province, the Mi’kmaq Nation, Acadians, African Nova Scotians, and British, and we open our doors to the world.

For more information, see the Schulich School of Law Strategic Plan at

How to Apply

Applications should include a resume, university transcripts, separate teaching and research statement (maximum five pages total), and the names of three referees, at least two of whom must be academic referees.  If a candidate’s graduate degree is in progress, then in their cover letter they should indicate their stage of completion. Applications should be submitted online at:

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.