The Program is comprised of two courses, both taught as simulations.
The fall quarter course is a two-unit course in which students work through a legal problem starting from an initial interview to brainstorming legal issues and fact investigation and conducting legal research related to that problem.
Applicants are strongly encouraged to complete their applications by October 13.
Inquiries about the program may be directed to Jeanne Merino at Tenure-Track Position in Labor Movements and Collective Representation (https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/14116)Cornell University’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations (ILR) invites applications to fill a tenure-track faculty position at the assistant professor level in Labor Movements and Collective Representation to begin August 2020.
For the last five years current and former Fellows have met together annually to share their work in the Grey Fellows’ Forum, creating a community of scholars with varied years of experience.
Fellows have also collaborated with academics in other disciplines across the university.
The law school’s Dean for Research and Intellectual Life organizes informal workshops with Fellows, junior faculty, and JD/Ph Ds.
Fellows are welcome to participate in weekly faculty workshops.
Writing assignments in the fall include short memos and a persuasive brief.
In the winter and spring quarters Fellows teach Global Litigation, a four-unit course that models pre-trial motion practice in a transnational context.