From: Jason Neyers <>
Date: 07/01/2009 10:58:05 UTC
Subject: ODG: Faculty Position at UWO

Dear Colleagues:
Please see the ad below. If anyone is interested in applying and needs more information please get in touch.
                           Faculty of Law
                          Faculty Positions
     The Faculty of Law at The University of Western Ontario is
     in the midst of a continuing process of growth and
     rejuvenation. This has included the appointment of several
     new members of Faculty in recent years, and the Faculty
     expects to continue to make additional appointments in the
     years to come. Western's goal in its appointment process is
     to demonstrate its commitment to excellence in teaching and
     research, and to promote a law program that is both
     rigorous and challenging.
     The Faculty invites applications for appointments, tenure-
     track and limited term, to commence on July 1, 2009. The
     Faculty will consider applications from top-quality
     candidates with interests in all areas of the law.
     Appointments may be made at the levels of Assistant,
     Associate or full Professor, as qualifications and
     experience warrant.
     To be eligible for appointment, candidates must have a
     superior academic record. This normally includes a relevant
     advanced graduate degree, or its equivalent. Candidates
     must demonstrate a record of, or a strong potential for,
     excellence in scholarly research and teaching. They should
     in addition have the ability and willingness to contribute
     to the intellectual and scholarly life of the Faculty
     community and to the University more generally.
     Applicants should send a letter of application, curriculum
     vitae, and three letters of academic reference, to:
     CONTACT:       Dean Ian Holloway, Q.C.
                    Faculty of Law
                    The University of Western Ontario
                    London, Ontario, N6A 3K7
     The Appointments Committee proposes to begin to consider
     applications on December 1, 2008. Positions are subject to
     budget approval. Applicants should have fluent written and
     oral communication skills in English. All qualified
     candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and
     permanent residents will be given priority. The University
     of Western Ontario is committed to employment equity and
     encourages applications from all qualified women and men,
     including visible minorities, aboriginal people and persons
     with disabilities.
Jason Neyers
Associate Professor of Law & 
Cassels Brock LLP Faculty Fellow in Contract Law
Faculty of Law
University of Western Ontario
N6A 3K7
(519) 661-2111 x. 88435