Responsibilities of Full-Time Faculty

The full-time faculty of Washburn University School of Law, as a collective body, fulfills these core responsibilities:

  1. Teaching, preparing for classes, being available for student consultation about those classes, assessing student performance in those classes, and remaining current in the subjects being taught;
  2. Participating in academic advising, creating an atmosphere in which students and faculty may voice opinions and exchange ideas, and assessing student learning at the law school;
  3. Engaging in scholarship;
  4. Service to the law school and university community, including participation in the governance of the law school, curriculum development, and other institutional responsibilities described in the ABA Standards;
  5. Service to the profession, including working with judges and practicing lawyers to improve the profession; and
  6. Service to the public, including participation in pro bono activities.