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Lecturer in Law- Cyberlaw: Legal Issues Impacting Providers and Users of Internet Services

Law School Los Angeles, California

USC Gould School of Law is seeking an adjunct lecturer to teach Cyberlaw: Legal Issues Impacting Providers and Users of Internet Services for the spring 2019 semester. This two-unit course is designed to provide students with an overview of common legal issues impacting both providers and users of Internet services. Course sessions will be structured into lectures and class discussion of relevant cases and statutes, followed by breakout exercises designed to teach students how to assess and act quickly on fact patterns as both lawyers and business leaders. 

The course is taught at the law school, and applicants must have a JD, at least ten years of experience directly relevant to the subject matter, and must reside in the area.

This is a non-benefits eligible position.

USC values diversity in employment.

REQ20066660 Posted Date: 10/13/2018

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