Following the outstanding success of the Law School in the last nation-wide research assessment (REF), we are inviting applications for a new Research Professorship in Law. Experienced scholars with a track record of recognised publications, active international collaboration and significant grant applications are sought to complement an already highly dynamic and, at the same time, very collegial and stimulating research and teaching community. The appointee will be expected to play a leading role in developing a programme of funded research through building links with other faculties within the College as well as through national and international research links and networks. Facilitated by a number of world-renowned research centres and educational programmes, faculty members of The Dickson Poon School of Law are leaders in innovative, border-crossing scholarship. Applications from scholars in a wide range of legal fields of expertise with an orientation towards comparative/transnational as well as interdisciplinary work are especially welcome.
The Research Professor in Law will exercise world-class academic leadership in large-scale grant-funded research as well as contributing to teaching in the Dickson Poon School of Law.
To apply for this post you will need to register with the university’s recruitment system, HireWire, to download and submit the application form. Please note, if you are submitting a CV or a short statement these will need to copied and pasted into the application form as part of the same document, as the system only allows you to submit one document. Application forms must also be in word format, not PDF. Please also note, once submitted, your application cannot be edited.
For an informal discussion of the post please contact Professor Rosamund Scott, (firstname.lastname@example.org), Professor Peer Zumbansen (email@example.com) or Professor Lorenzo Zucca (Lorenzo.firstname.lastname@example.org).
Interviews are planned to be held in June 2016.
This post will expire at 5:14pm on Saturday April 30th, 2016