Notice & Comment

Law Schools Hiring in Administrative Law and Regulation (Broadly Defined) (UPDATED 10/3)

10/3 Update: schools added since initial post are underscored in the list below.

With the American Association of Law Schools Annual Faculty Recruitment Conference in Washington, DC, less than a month away in two weeks, I thought I’d check in and see which schools are expressly hiring in administrative law and regulation (as broadly defined, per JREG’s traditional approach). Sarah Lawsky over at PrawfsBlawg is tracking the full market, but here is the breakdown by regulatory area based on the PrawfsBlawg list as well as other sources/word of mouth:

Administrative Law: Alabama, Oklahoma

Antitrust: Arkansas (Fayetteville)
Business: Alabama, Cal-Berkeley, California Western, Florida State, Indiana-Kelley School of Business, Maryland, Valapraiso, Wharton (Legal Studies), Wyoming
Commercial Law: Barry, Missouri, Louisville, Tulane
Con Law: Arizona State
Corporations: Boston University, Richmond
Corporate Finance: North Carolina, George Washington
Energy: North Carolina, San Diego, Texas Tech
Environmental Law: Boston University, Florida State, Missouri, New Mexico, Pace, San Diego
Employment Law: SMU Dedman
Financial/Securities Regulation: Campbell, Indiana-Kelley School of Business, Tulane
Health Law: DePaul, George Washington, Washington (Seattle), West Virginia
Intellectual Property: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas (Fayetteville), BYU, Emory, George Washington, Texas A&M
International Economic Law: Fordham
International Law: Arkansas (Fayetteville), Boston University, Indiana-Kelley School of Business
International Trade: Fordham
Labor Law: SMU Dedman
Natural Resources: Missouri
Ocean and Coastal: North Carolina
Tax: Barry, BYU, Emory, George Washington, Georgia, Louisville, Northern Illinois, Ohio State University, SMU Dedman, Tulane

Thanks to my RA Andrew Mikac for help in compiling the list.

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