24 Feb St. John’s Law School Search: Assistant Dean for Graduate Studies
St. John’s University School of Law in New York City is conducting a search for a new Assistant Dean for Graduate Studies to head up our LLM programs and other international non-JD programs and initiatives. Here is the formal announcement with key contact information, but feel free to reach out to me directly if you are interested in learning more about it.
St. John’s Law School is now looking for an Assistant or Associate Dean for Graduate Studies, who will be the senior administrator responsible for the development and management of initiatives related to non-J.D. degrees and programs at the Law School. The ADGS will oversee four existing LL.M. programs: (1) U.S. Legal Studies for Foreign Trained Lawyers (which qualifies graduates to sit for the New York bar exam); (2) Transnational Legal Practice; (3) International Sports Law Practice; and (4) Bankruptcy. We are looking for candidates with a strong entrepreneurial spirit and keen business sense to develop new degree programs and opportunities as market conditions permit. This is primarily a leadership/management position and will not lead to a tenure-track appointment. The ADGS will develop linkages and partnerships with foreign and domestic educational institutions, bar associations, law firms, and other institutions. The ADGS will also be the senior administrator in the graduate programs area and will manage an office that includes three directors (including one who spends significant time recruiting students in Asia), an office assistant, and a Europe-based consultant.
A J.D. (or J.D.-equivalent from a foreign jurisdiction) and admission to practice law in at least one U.S. jurisdiction and/or significant experience in higher education administration is required.
Interested candidates should submit letters of inquiry and CVs to firstname.lastname@example.org