April 1, 2009
Bocconi University in Milan is Looking to hire a junior professor in Antitrust/Competition Law
Posted by D. Daniel Sokol
Milan, Italy Angelo Sraffa Department of Law
Assistant Professor Positions
The Angelo Sraffa Department of Law of Bocconi University, Milan (Italy) - http://www.unibocconi.eu - invites applications for two positions at the junior faculty level in the area of Business Law. This year there will be a special emphasis in the areas of Italian and European Corporate law Antitrust law, and Financial law. JOB
DESCRIPTION: Contracts will be running for up to six years (subject to renewal after 3 years). Excellent performance in research and teaching may lead to a tenured position of Associate Professor at the end of that period. Knowledge of Italian is required. Responsibilities include teaching, both in English and in Italian and, most importantly, productivity in research. The appointed persons are expected to conduct major research projects and publish in international journals.
JOB QUALIFICATIONS: Applicants should have a Ph.D. (in Law preferred) and/or an LLM and should have demonstrated strong potential in research and some significant experience in teaching. Compensation and teaching load will be competitive with other European Law Schools. The annual teaching load is 105 hours. Direct individual research funding is granted every year. Furthermore, Bocconi University has recently introduced new criteria to reward faculty members who publish in top international journals. APPLICATION
PROCEDURE: Application packages (full CV; samples of research; two letters of reference; teaching evaluation results, if available) should be sent via e-mail with attachments (Word and PDF preferred) to: Email: MAILTO:firstname.lastname@example.org Applications should be received by April 30, 2009 (preferably earlier).
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