Assistant Dean for Graduate and International Programs at University of Pennsylvania Law School
The Assistant Dean for Graduate and International Programs is responsible for all administrative aspects of the University of Pennsylvania Law School's graduate degree programs (LL.M., LL.C.M., and S.J.D. programs, designed primarily for international lawyers and law students) and is the administrator of a variety of international law related projects throughout the Law School.
Reporting to the Vice Dean for Administrative Services, the Assistant Dean for Graduate Programs has three core functions: recruiting and admitting a talented student body, ensuring their satisfactory transition to their studies, and coordinating the Law School's international law programs.
Recruiting & Admissions:
This is a full-time position with full University benefits. JD, LLM, or equivalent foreign degree in law, or graduate degree strongly preferred; BA or BS required. Experience in the administration of international legal education or programs, or with international law students, strongly preferred. Admissions experience assessing international law degrees a plus. Ability to work with extremely diverse populations required; languages in addition to English preferred. Ability to develop and implement creative programming goals essential. Ability to work cooperatively with various Law School departments, faculty, and staff to achieve program goals. Commitment to service to students, which defines Penn Law, essential. For appropriate candidates, some teaching may be possible.
To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to the attention of:
Jo-Ann Verrier, Vice Dean for Administrative Services
University of Pennsylvania Law School
3400 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104-6204
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