Wednesday, August 8, 2007
I have visited the campus and it's a pretty impressive place with a surprisingly good library. Professors I know who have taught there all seem to have enjoyed it.
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY
HOPKINS-NANJING CENTER FOR CHINESE AND AMERICAN STUDIES
ONE INTERNATIONAL LAW POSITION FOR 2008-09
Johns Hopkins University – School of Advanced International Studies invites applications for one Visiting Professor of International and Comparative Law at its graduate school located in Nanjing, the oldest, most ambitious, and largest-scaled joint academic venture in China
We seek applicants possessing a JD, strong theoretical and methodological training, significant teaching experience, and scholarly productivity. Courses offered in English may include:
• American Constitution
• American Legal System
• Comparative Legal Cultures: U.S. & China
• History & Philosophy of Law in the West
• International Law
• Topics courses such as Human Rights Law, Environmental Law, Intellectual Property Law, and/or Dispute Resolution
Johns Hopkins will usually match the home institution’s salary and provide a standard benefits package. Faculty receive travel, shipping, and scholar’s allowances and are housed in a comfortable, furnished two-bedroom apartment located in a new facility opened in September 2006. Spouses and dependent children are welcome. One, two, or three-year contracts are available.
The deadline for applications is October 1, 2007. Applications may be downloaded at http://www.sais-jhu.edu/Nanjing/center/employment.shtml or contact Carolyn Townsley at 202-663-5802 or email@example.com. Further information and the course catalog is available at www.nanjing.jhu.edu. Johns Hopkins is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.