The Faculty of Law at the National University of Singapore invites applications for full-time academic appointment at all levels.
We seek candidates who are committed to excellence in research and teaching. Applications in all areas are welcome. At present, we are especially interested in scholars who specialise in (1) Conflict of Laws (Private International Law) or (2) Law and Economics.
NUS Faculty of Law is a leading law school in Asia widely noted for its global outlook and high standards of scholarship and education. The law school has more than 60 academic staff members and more than 1200 undergraduate and postgraduate students. The Faculty is actively engaged in research and its members regularly publish books and monographs as well as articles in leading journals in Singapore and abroad.
Apart from the LL.B. programme, NUS also offers double degree programmes in law and business, law and economics, law and life sciences, and law and accountancy, and a concurrent degree programme in law and public policy. It has a vibrant graduate community of students working towards the LL.M. (with or without specialisation) and Ph.D. degrees. Together with New York University School of Law, the NUS law school offers the NYU@NUS programme which allows students to earn an LLM concurrently from both institutions and the LL.B. (NUS) and LL.M. (NYU) concurrent degree programme. For more information on the NUS Faculty of Law, please visit: http://www.law.nus.edu.sg
The strength of the NUS Faculty of Law lies in its outstanding students and faculty. The law school offers subjects ranging from the theoretical to the practical, with comparative and cross-disciplinary perspectives. The overriding objective is to provide students with a liberal legal education that will allow them to realise their full potential intellectually and professionally.
To apply, please visit: http://law.nus.edu.sg/about_us/academic_positions.html for more information.
If you have any queries, you may email: email@example.com (Contact: The Search Committee Secretariat).
APPLICATION DEADLINES: 31 Dec 2010 and 1 June 2011