Chinese Law Prof Blog

Editor: Donald C. Clarke
George Washington University Law School

Tuesday, August 9, 2005

Adjunct teaching positions in Chinese law, St. John's University

I have been asked to post the following announcement:

Part-Time Teaching Positions Are Available at The Institute of Asian Studies, St. John’s University (an E.O.E. Institution)


Adjunct Instructor(s) or Adjunct Assistant Professor(s) teaching the following courses:

Chinese Business Law

International Investment & Trade in China

Each course requires 3 hours teaching each week at St. John’s Queens Campus.

Teaching Term:

Fall Semester, 2005 (from August 31 to December 17, 2005)


Applicants must have the following:

1.     JD, SJD/JSD., Ph.D., Ph.D. candidacy or other equivalent degrees in related fields from an American university;

2.     Working permit(s) issued by the US Government if applicable;

3.     A good command of spoken and written English;

4.     Prior teaching experience is a plus.

Deadline to Apply: August 25, 2005


Please send immediately Personal Statement, Curriculum Vitae and Two References to

Dr. Bernadette Li

Director & Professor

Institute of Asian Studies

St. John’s University

8000 Utopia Parkway

Queens, N.Y. 11439

Tel: 718-990-1657


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