From Professor Bartram Brown
Research Assistant Needed
Professor Bartram Brown is looking for research assistants to work on various research projects involving international law and international human rights. The ideal candidate would have strong research and writing skills, and be both well-organized and highly motivated.
To apply please submit a resume and cover letter detailing your relevant interests and experience. You can bring them to Professor Brown's office (room 855), or submit them to his secretary, Katherine Benson-Kerr in (room 823), or place them in his faculty mailbox located on the second floor.
From Professor Sanford Greenberg
Research/teaching Assistant Needed
Professor Sanford Greenberg is looking for a research/teaching assistant for Appellate Advocacy. The research/teaching assistant would help research and draft a bench memorandum for the course and would grade citations on two assignments.
Interested students should submit a resume to Professor Greenberg's office (room 805), via e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org), or call his office at 312.906.5284.
From Professor Joan Steinman
Research Assistants Needed
Professor Steinman is looking for research assistants to work on an article concerning standing to appeal and the right to defend a judgment in the federal appellate courts. She also may be interested in hiring a research assistant to work on the volumes of the Wright & Miller Federal Practice and Procedure treatise that concern removal of cases from state to federal court (two-year commitment preferred).
If interested in either position, please submit a resume and an informal transcript. You can bring them to her office, room 835, or place them in her faculty mailbox, located on the second floor. The usual law school rate will be paid.
You may direct any questions to Professor Joan Steinman via e-mail, email@example.com, or call her office at 312.906.5292.