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Advice on Becoming a Law Professor

Brad Areheart, ‘05, Associate Professor of Law at the University of Tennessee College of Law, shares his advice on becoming a law professor. From preparing to be a law professor while in school and after your graduate to how to become a VAP (Visiting Associate Professor), Brad gives UT Law students practical advice on how […]

Research Assistant Training Session at Tarlton Law Library on Thursday, September 27

Are you working as a Research Assistant (RA) for a law school professor this year?  Are you interested in working as an RA in the future?  Do you just want to brush up on your research skills?  To help you hit the ground running, the Tarlton Law Library is offering special RA research training.  All […]

Research Assistant Training Offered by Tarlton Law Library on May 17, 2012 – RSVP

Are you working as a Research Assistant (RA) for a law school professor this year?  Are you interested in working as an RA in the future?  Do you just want to brush up on your research skills?  To help you hit the ground running, the Tarlton Law Library is offering RA research training.  All students […]

New Private Sector Diversity Fellowships & Scholarships

Each year, the CSO receives information about various diversity program opportunities in both the private (law firm/corporate) and public (government/judicial/public interest) sectors. While most of the programs are for 1Ls, there are opportunities for 2Ls, 3Ls, and recent graduates as well. Most applications are due in January and February. The following programs have been added […]

Navigating the Law Teaching Market

For students and alumni who express interest in becoming a law professor, the process of navigating the law teaching market can be daunting. As with any position, candidates should first understand the nature of the position and then map a job search strategy. If you are interested in a career teaching law, read the article […]

RA & Research Training courtesy of the Tarlton Library on Friday, October 14 (RSVP)

From the Tarlton Law Library: Are you working as a research assistant (RA) for a law school professor this year?  Are you interested in working as an RA in the future?  Do you want to brush up on your research skills, even if you are not an RA?  To help you hit the ground running, […]