Environmental Law-Teaching Program & Seminar

A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY for 3L law students to teach a University-level law course

09.10.13

Environmental Law-Teaching is a program for law students from three area schools, based at Boston College Law School under the supervision of Prof. Zygmunt Plater. Students selected for the program teach an undergraduate law course at Boston College, receiving three or four law school credits. If selected, teaching in two-person teams, you are assigned your own class of 15-35 undergraduate (and a few graduate) non-law students. Teachers must have a solid record in a basic environmental law course taken previously or concurrently, and are almost invariably third-year students.

STUDENTS WHO WISH TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THE LAW-TEACHING PROGRAM THIS YEAR, FOR TEACHING IN THE SPRING SEMESTER, MUST INTERVIEW NOW FOR THE SELECTION PROCESS. If selected they will participate in six fall semester preparatory sessions, and start teaching in early January, ending in May.

PLEASE SEND A NOTICE of your interest to Prof. Plater’s administrative assistant, Ms. Barbara Koocher, <koocher@bc.edu> A.S.A.P. to schedule an interview. 

INTERVIEWS AND FINAL TEACHER SELECTION WILL TAKE PLACE IN THE NEXT TWO WEEKS.