April 10, 2012

Design a California law school's curriculum for $12/hr

Thanks to the reader who sent us this...

St. Francis School of Law is looking for a recent California Bar passer for assistance in curriculum development. This position is temporary for a particular project that is anticipated to take approximately 300 hours and needs to be completed as soon as possible. Should the chosen candidate perform well, similar projects may be available in the future.

The person we seek has ALL of the follow qualifications:
1. Recent Law School Graduate
2. Recently passed the California Bar Exam (2008 or later)
3. Available to work in our office (Redwood City, CA ) during normal business hours for first couple of days
4. Able to commit at least 4 hours a day (more preferred)
5. Begin immediately

The project involves creating model answers in the IRAC format from 1-2 paragraph fact patterns. Each fact pattern will contain 4-5 issues. Rules/outlines will be provided. You will be required to (1) issue spot, (2) select the proper rule(s), (3) complete the analysis, (4) furnish the conclusion, and (5) add formatting (underline, italicize, bold etc.) where appropriate.

Please respond with your resume and availability for an interview any day between Tuesday 4/10 and Friday 4/13 between the hours of 10am and 4pm. Upon receiving your resume, we will send you a sample fact pattern for you to IRAC. Please submit your completed IRAC as soon as possible, but no later than 1 hour before your interview is scheduled to take place.

Compensation: $12 per hour


1 comment:

  1. The faculty couldn't even be bothered to answer the questions they set their own students. Too busy doing 'research' writing pointless law review articles that nobody will read.

    So we'll take your fees, set a test, then effectively have it marked by last year's crop of unemployed students. Unbelievable.