University of Michigan's Veterans Legal Clinic - Clinical Teaching Fellow

The University of Michigan's Veterans Legal Clinic, a general civil legal aid clinic that represents veterans in all kinds of civil litigation matters, including a consistent flow of family law cases, is looking for a fellow to supervise law students and co-teach the VLC seminar with me. The posting is here. I would be very excited to find someone with a legal aid background and family law experience in Michigan.

The fellowship is a two-year position that is usually renewed for a third year. The idea of the fellowship is to give the successful candidate the chance to try out clinical teaching while training them to teach and preparing them to be successful in the clinical teaching market if they choose to pursue such opportunities after the fellowship. The successful candidate will join a faculty of more than 30 clinical professors and teaching fellows in one of the most highly regarded clinical law programs in the country.

Please distribute this posting widely, and feel free to contact me if you have any questions about the VLC fellowship. We hope to get some great applicants from legal aid programs across Michigan!

Matthew Andres
Clinical Assistant Professor
Director, Veterans Legal Clinic
University of Michigan Law School

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