Thursday, June 10, 2010

On the job! Leiden law faculty

(On the Job! pays occasional notice to interesting intlaw job notices)

IntLawGrrls guest/alumna Larissa van den Herik sends word that the law faculty at the Netherlands' Universiteit Leiden is seeking a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in public international law and global justice to work at its Hague campus.
Duties include:
► Development and delivery of core courses, particularly in global justice;
► High-level research in international law and global justice, demonstrated by sustainment of a strong publication record;
► Development and leadership of core activities of Leiden's Grotius Centre and securing of funding, as well as organization and administration of Centre events and activities;
► Supervision of PhD candidates and PhD research;
Qualifications required include a PhD and an interdisciplinary focus, English language skills, and willingness to "acquire a good passive knowledge of the Dutch language."
Details on the position, initially 1-year but with the possibility of renewal, are here.

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