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THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO LAW SCHOOL. The University of Chicago Law School seeks a Law and Philosophy Fellow, appointed with the rank of Lecturer, for the academic year 2016-17. This is a twelve month appointment and is expected to begin July 1, 2016. A Ph.D. in philosophy by time of appointment is expected, though in unusual cases a Ph.D. in a related discipline, or a J.D. accompanied by strong training in philosophy, will be considered. Applications welcome from new or recent PhDs or tenure-stream faculty interested in spending a year at the Law School. The Fellow will co-teach the Law & Philosophy Workshop with Brian Leiter on "Current Issues in General Jurisprudence" (including, e.g., new views of the relationship between law and morality; the problem of theoretical disagreements about law; the metaphysics of artifacts and the significance of law's artefactual nature; and intersections between legal philosophy, metaethics, and philosophy of language). AOS: any parts of philosophy of law related to the workshop themes; AOC: open. The Workshop will meet about 15 times over the course of the academic year, about half the time to discuss papers by invited speakers, and the remainder of the time just with enrolled students to review invited papers, as well as other background literature. The Fellow will also be expected to contribute to the intellectual life of the Law School, as well as pursue his or her research. Salary $55K + benefits + superb research environment. To be considered a candidate for this position you must apply on-line through the University website at http://tinyurl.com/nwvotq4 by January 22, 2016. Resume, cover letter, writing sample, reference contact information and research statement should be submitted electronically on the web site at the time of application. Three confidential letters of recommendation should be mailed to Joe Pellettiere at The University of Chicago Law School, 1111 E. 60th St., Chicago, IL 60637 with a postmark not later than January 22, 2016.