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Lecturer in Law- Criminal Law

Law School Los Angeles, California

The Gould School of Law is seeking a part-time lecturer to teach Criminal Law, a 3 unit course, for the Fall 2018 semester to our residential 1-year LLM students.  This class will explore selected topics in criminal law: the sources of criminal law in the U.S. including the Model Penal Code (MPC), basic elements of a criminal charge, certain offenses like homicide and crimes against property, as well as, attempt, solicitation and conspiracy.  It will also identify the most common defenses to a criminal charge and discuss problems of statutory construction and interpretation.

A Juris Doctor degree or MBA, experience in and knowledge of the subject matter, and at least eight years of relevant experience are required.  Teaching experience is preferred.  This is a residential course, so candidates must reside locally.

This is a non-benefits eligible position.

USC values diversity in employment.

REQ20060250 Posted Date: 06/12/2018

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