Sunday, December 27, 2020

The Oregon Trail

It's hard for me to imagine anyone reads this blog that doesn't either follow me on Facebook or Twitter, but just in case -- I have some big news to share.

Starting in Fall 2021, I will be taking up a position as assistant professor at Lewis & Clark Law School in Portland, Oregon.

This has been a very long journey, and I might even share some of the details about it someday. For now, I just want to say that Jill and I are both beyond happy and excited about all aspects of this move. Portland seems great, Lewis & Clark seems great, the salary and benefits seem great, the course package they're offering (which is basically whatever blend of constitutional law I want) seems really great -- we could not be more thrilled.


Erl said...

mazel tov!

Benjamin Lewis said...

Yasher koach, that's great!
I am a person in that mythical B ^ ~M sampling space you mentioned, so would not have figured this out otherwise.
Assistant Professor is tenure track?

David Schraub said...

Tenure track!

CaptainEd said...

Mazel tov David. Lewis and Clark is a wonderful college with a beautiful campus, Portland has a very different ambience from Beserkeley and Chicago. Watch Portlandia, the series does capture some of Portland’s eccentricities.

Unknown said...


In fact, I neither follow you on Twitter or Facebook. But I regularly read your blog.