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Lecturer in Law- Remedies

Law School Los Angeles, California

The USC Gould School of Law is seeking an adjunct lecturer to teach Remedies, a three-unit course offered during the spring 2019 semester. The course examines a wide variety of modern American remedies, including compensatory and punitive damages, preliminary and permanent injunctions, restitution and unjust enrichment, rescission, declaratory judgments, attorneys’ fees, and pre-judgment interest.  The course also covers other important remedies such as quiet title, reformation, equitable and express subrogation, contribution, indemnity, and replevin. Additionally, the course reviews practical procedures for enforcing orders and collecting judgments. Finally, the course touches on equitable and other remedies available to defendants. 

A JD, experience in and knowledge of the subject matter, and at least five years of experience practicing law 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.

REQ20066639 Posted Date: 10/13/2018

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