Visiting Faculty


The University of San Francisco School of Law is seeking applicants for at least one visiting professor for the 2023-2024 academic year. USF Law welcomes outstanding candidates in Constitutional Law, Civil Procedure, and Criminal Law. Secondary expertise in Criminal Procedure, Evidence, Wills and Trusts, and / or Race and the Law is an advantage. The Visitor(s) may also have the opportunity to teach an elective/seminar, if the schedule permits, as part of a commitment to two courses each semester

Complete Information and Application

To be eligible for a visiting professorship at USF Law, one must:

  • be currently teaching at an ABA-accredited school, or have prior experience doing so
  • be able to provide teaching evaluations of courses taught, upon request
  • meet a curricular need for USF

If you are interested in becoming a visitor at USF Law, please email with a cover letter and a current CV.

In the cover letter, please specify the following:

  • why are you interested in teaching here
  • area(s) of expertise/scholarship or courses you would be willing to teach, denoting preferences and which you have formally taught previously
  • where you are currently teaching (or past experience that would qualify you)
  • which academic year or semester you would be interested in teaching here

If we are not currently hiring, your information will be kept in our database for future reference.