The Law Department at Flagler College seeks adjunct instructors in Business Law. This course in an introduction to the legal issues that most directly impact business with an emphasis on the authority, structure, and organization of the American Legal System. The course also specifically addresses criminal law, torts, and contracts including the Uniform Commercial Code.
This position is "continuous recruitment" as vacancies are filled on an as-needed basis.
Applicants are encouraged to apply throughout the year and will be considered for the upcoming semester. Applications will be reviewed, and successful applicants will be assigned an opportunity in either the fall or spring semester, based on availability.
Job Description: To instruct students at Flagler College and to exhibit professional conduct in the performance of assigned tasks
Teaches assigned courses by preparing and presenting lectures; holds class sessions as scheduled
Prepares a detailed syllabus for each course and distributes a copy of the syllabus to each student. The syllabus must conform to the requirements set forth in the Faculty Handbook and those that may be established by the department chair.
Maintains weekly office hours. When classes are in session, part-time faculty are expected to be on campus at least one hour for each course taught to meet with students outside class. These meetings may take place immediately before or after class.
Keeps an accurate record of student attendance and reports excessive absences to the Department Chair and the Dean of Academic Life.
Maintains an accurate record of grades in the learning management system and submits final grades in a timely manner as directed by the Office of the Registrar.
Seeks ways to improve teaching effectiveness.
Evaluates teaching effectiveness through student ratings of course and instruction and self-evaluation.
Assists the Dean of Student Services in maintaining the rules and regulations of the College.
Assists the Director of Business Services and the Director of Campus Safety and Security in maintaining a healthful, safe and secure environment for all members of the College community.
Performs other duties as may be required by the department chair, the Dean of Humanities and Sciences, the Dean of Academic Life, the Dean of Academic Affairs, and the President.
Qualifications Minimum Qualifications
J.D Degree from a regionally accredited college or university.
Proficiency in relevant business law and educational technologies.
Active or Inactive Bar License in any state, preferably Florida
Preferred Qualifications :
Experience teaching at the college level preferred.
Prior or Current specialized experience practicing Business Law in your legal practice
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