The University of Luxembourg is seeking to recruit a professor of civil procedure for next academic year.
Candidates with a strong interest in international or European civil procedure are most welcome. Indeed, Luxembourg should soon welcome a Max Planck Institute focusing on procedure, and one of its directors will be a specialist of international and European civil procedure. There should therefore soon be several scholars based in Luxembourg and interested in the field, who will hopefully conduct common research projects.
It should be noted that candidates should be ready to teach Luxemburgish civil procedure in the bachelor programme, which is inspired from French civil procedure.
The University of Luxembourg is a multilingual, international research University. The Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance of the University of Luxembourg has an opening for 1 Professor in Private Judicial Law (M/F) Ref: F2-110014 (to be mentioned in all correspondence) full time employee status.
MISSION: The responsibilities contain the education at the levels BA, MA and doctorate, the research and the management of research projects.
– A PhD in private law, ideally in internal, european or international processual law, since at least 3 years.
– Publications in internationally recognised peer-reviewed journals, which testify a comparative or european curiosity; an interest for the alternative modes of disputes resolution will be an asset.
– Perfect knowledge of French civil procedure.
– Experience and aptitude for teaching and supervision of research at university level.
– Ability to work in a multilingual environment: fluency in French and in one of the two other languages of the University: English or German.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Applications (in French or English) will contain following documents:
– The application form (see below)
– A motivation letter
– A copy of the diploma of doctorate
– A detailed curriculum vitae with a list of publications of the candidate
– A text of up to 6000 characters (3 pages) describing the scientific activities which the applicant wishes to carry out
– A copy of the doctoral thesis
– A list of three references with their name, address and present position. Please indicate their relationship to you
– A copy of the three publications that the candidate considers as most representative of his or her research activity
The University of Luxembourg offers competitive salaries. Information about the position can be obtained from Professor Andre Prum, Dean of the Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
All applications should be sent in printed form and electronic version before 30th December 2011 to the following address:
Professor Andre Prum
Dean of the Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance
University of Luxembourg
162 A, Avenue de la Faiencerie
All applications will be handled in strictest confidence. The University of Luxembourg is an equal opportunity employer.