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Job Vacancy at the University of Trier (Germany)
The Faculty of Law at the University of Trier is looking for a research fellow (Wissenschaftliche(r) Mitarbeiter(in)) at the Chair for Private Law, Private International Law and Comparative Law (Prof. Dr. Jens Kleinschmidt, LL.M. (Berkeley)) on a part-time basis (50 %) as soon as possible.
The position will be paid according to the salary scale E 13 TV-L, and the contract will be for an initial period of two years.
The research fellow will be given the opportunity to conduct his/her own Ph.D. project under the chairholder’s supervision (according to the applicable regulations of the Law Faculty). His/her tasks will include supporting the chairholder in research, teaching and administrative matters, an independent teaching obligation of 2 hours/week (in German) and pursuing his/her own Ph.D. project.
The successful candidate holds a first law degree (Erste juristische Prüfung) above average and has a particular interest in private law and the willingness to work in the research areas of the chair. A very good command of German and, in addition, English or French is required. Knowledge of another language or a stay abroad will be an asset.
Candidates with disabilities will be given preference in case of equal qualification. Applications by qualified women are particularly welcome.
If you are interested, please send your application (cover letter in German, CV, all relevant documents including transcripts and copy of law degree) by 31 July 2018 to: Professor Dr. Jens Kleinschmidt, Universität Trier, FB V – Rechtswissenschaft, 54286 Trier, Germany.
The job advert in full detail is available here.
From the editors’ desk: Construction zone ahead
some of you might have noticed that we are currently working to improve conflictoflaws.net. If the site does not look the way it used to look like, that is why.
We do our best to keep the blog up and running while we are working on it, but ask for your understanding if once in a while things do not work out or do not look as expected. Thank you! (more…)
New online service on International Arbitration
The publisher’s blurb is as follows:
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