FIU Adjunct/Lecturer, Foreign and International Legal Research
Teach Foreign and International Legal Research. Can be taught in-person, or distance learning synchronous or asynchronous at adjunct professor’s discretion. Foreign and International Legal Research builds on the basic foundation of legal research skills provided through Legal Skills and Values I and II by offering students an advanced and in-depth exploration of foreign and international legal research techniques and resources; students in international moot court, human rights and immigration clinics, and those considering careers in international law are recommended to take the course. Lecturer of Foreign and International Legal Research will provide students the ability to research international, comparative and foreign law competently, covering research on specialized areas on public and private international law such as human rights, international criminal law, international trade, and international litigation and arbitration. Students should learn how to find treaties, decisions of international tribunals, United Nations and European Union documents, and legislation and court decisions of selected common law and civil law countries.
J.D. and M.S. or M.A. in library and information studies or equivalent; experience teaching legal research.
Experience teaching online preferred. Experience teaching foreign and international legal research preferred. Experience as foreign and international law librarian strongly preferred. If teaching online asynchronous, must have previously taught legal research in this format. Experience with Canvas LMS preferred.
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