Chinese Law Prof Blog

Editor: Donald C. Clarke
George Washington University Law School

Wednesday, May 9, 2007

NYU Law School's U.S.-Asia Law Institute seeks research fellow

I have received the following announcement:

NYU Law School's U.S.-Asia Law Institute is seeking a Research Fellow to work in New York City.  The Research Fellow will support the Institute's projects by conducting research and writing on issues related to legal reform in China; by providing administrative and logistical support to our projects; and by communicating with scholars, officials, and lawyers.

Ideal candidates will have a J.D. from an American law school; native English; proficiency in written and spoken Mandarin Chinese; strong research, writing, analytical, and communication skills; an interest in criminal justice and court reform in China; and a commitment to public interest service.  The preferred start date is July 1, 2007.  The Research Fellow will receive a competitive salary and benefits.  The initial term will be one year with the possibility of renewal.   

Additional information on the U.S.-Asia Law Institute is in the attached job description.  Candidates should submit a CV and cover letter to the Institute's staff at the following email address:

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