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Friday, March 26, 2010

Job opportunity: Senior Fellow and Project Director for China Health Law Initiative (Georgetown Law)

I have received an announcement of the headlined job opportunity. The first two paragraphs are below. The full announcement is here.

Senior Fellow and Project Director for China Health Law Initiative

The O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law is seeking an exceptionally qualified candidate to serve as Senior Fellow and Project Director for the Institute’s China Health Law Initiative.
 
The China Health Law Initiative, a partnership between Georgetown University Law Center’s O’Neill Institute and its Law-Asia Program, seeks to promote dialogue and exchange between the U.S. and China on health law as a tool for improving the public’s health and welfare.  The Senior Fellow and Project Director will develop and direct the program.  Responsibilities will include budgeting, grant management, additional grant writing, partner relations, program implementation, and management of any associated staff.

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Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Job opportunity: US government positions in China trade

I have received the following message:

Two China trade-related positions are open in the US government.

One position is for an international trade specialist in the Office of the China Economic Area and the other is for the director of the Trade Facilitation Office in the U.S. Embassy in Beijing.  Two prior directors of the TFO were attorneys, and several international trade specialists have also been attorneys.

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Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Environmental group seeks senior researcher on China (London-based)

I have received the following announcement from the International Institute for Environment and Development:

Dear Colleagues,

We are currently advertising for a new Senior Researcher position to
work on China. The post holder will join the Group which best suits
their background.  The purpose of the role is to understand more clearly
the influence of China on environment and development challenges, the
new geopolitics and innovation.

The position will be permanent, full time and based in London.

The closing date is 12 noon on Monday 29 March. Interviews will be held
by telephone on 12 April, second interviews to be confirmed.

Full details are available on our website:
http://www.iied.org/general/jobs/senior-researcher

I would be grateful if you could pass this information on to your
contacts and networks as appropriate.

Best wishes,
Caroline

HR Officer
www.iied.org
3 Endsleigh Street
London
WC1H 0DD
020 7388 2117

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Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Web site for jobs in Chinese law

Here's a useful web site listing jobs available in Chinese law. It's mostly law firms looking for people, but there are some non-law firm openings listed as well.

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Monday, February 8, 2010

CECC seeks summer interns

I have received the following announcement:

SUMMER 2010 INTERNSHIP ANNOUNCEMENT
Congressional-Executive Commission on China
Deadline: March 1, 2010

The Congressional-Executive Commission on China (www.cecc.gov) is offering paid internships to qualified undergraduates, graduate students, or recent graduates this coming summer in Washington, D.C. Interns must be U.S. citizens. The application deadline is March 1, 2010 for the Summer 2010 internship that runs from June to August 2010. Summer internships are full-time; interns are expected to work from 32 to 40 hours per week. See application instructions below.
 
CECC internships provide significant educational and professional experience for undergraduates, graduate students, or recent graduates with a background in Chinese politics, law, and society, and strong Chinese language skills.
 
Interns work closely with the Commission and its staff on the full array of issues concerning human rights, the rule of law, and governance in China (including criminal justice, democratic governance institutions, environmental problems, religious freedom, freedom of expression, ethnic minority rights, women's rights, etc.).
 
Interns perform important research support tasks (often in Chinese), attend seminars, meet Members of Congress and experts from the United States and abroad, and draft Commission analyses. Click here for CECC analysis of recent developments in the rule of law and human rights in China. Interns may also be trained to work with the Commission's Political Prisoner Database, which has been accessible by the public since its launch in November 2004 (click here to begin a search).
 
The CECC staff is committed to interns’ professional development, and holds regular roundtables for interns on important China-related issues.
 
Summer 2010 interns will be paid $10/hour. Those unable to apply for Summer 2010 internships may apply for the Spring (February-May) or Fall (September-December). Further details are available on the Commission's Web site at http://www.cecc.gov/pages/general/employ.php.
 
Qualifications:

Interns must be U.S. citizens. 

Interns should have completed at least some China-related coursework. It is also desirable that they have some background in one or more of the specific human rights and rule of law issues in the CECC legislative mandate. 

Interns should be able to read Chinese well enough to assist with research in newspapers, journals, and on Web sites. More advanced Chinese language capability would be a plus.

The successful candidate for an internship often will have lived or studied in mainland China, Hong Kong, or Taiwan. 

Although our interns are generally undergraduates, graduate students, or recent graduates, others are also welcome to apply.

Application Instructions for Summer 2010: 

Interested applicants should send a cover letter, resume, and the names and contact information for two references, to the CECC via e-mail to Judy Wright, Director of Administration at judy.wright@mail.house.gov by March 1, 2010. Applications must be received by our office no later than 11:59 P.M. Eastern Time on March 1. Please discuss in your cover letter how your professional goals, interests, and background relate to the Commission's legislative mandate regarding human rights and the rule of law in China.
 

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Saturday, February 6, 2010

Job opening: Yale's China Law Center seeks one-year research associate (Beijing)

I just received this announcement. Please note that it is essentially aimed at recent college graduates.

The China Law Center of Yale Law School is seeking candidates for a one-year Research Associate position based in Beijing beginning this summer. The Research Associate will support Center projects in China by conducting research and writing on issues related to legal reform, interacting with scholars, officials, and lawyers in China, and performing administrative and logistical tasks.

Qualifications:

1) Bachelor's Degree or equivalent;
2) Proficiency in written and spoken Mandarin Chinese;
3) Fluent English;
4) Strong research, writing, analytical, and communication skills;
5) Strong organizational skills, attention to detail and an ability to work independently;
6) Interest in law and legal reform and a commitment to public-interest work;
7) Post-college work experience preferred; and
8) Experience in China preferred.

Interested applicants should send a cover letter, resume and list of references with their contact e-mails and telephone numbers to The China Law Center at yalechinalaw@gmail.com.

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Only applicants who are invited for an interview will be contacted. The Research Associate will receive a competitive one-year fellowship stipend for the 2010-2011 year.

The China Law Center

The China Law Center of Yale Law School is a unique institution devoted to supporting law and policy reform within China and increasing understanding of China in the United States. The core of the Center's work is designing and carrying out sustained, in-depth cooperative projects between U.S. and Chinese experts on key issues in Chinese law and policy reform. Our projects focus on areas that are critical to China's ongoing reform process, particularly judicial reform, criminal justice reform, administrative and regulatory reform, and constitutional law.

Since its start in 1999, the Center has opened offices at Yale University and in Beijing, with a small staff of lawyers and scholars with decades of collective experience working on law and policy reform issues in China. The Center's Director is Professor Paul Gewirtz. A full list of Center staff, and further information, may be found on our Website: http://www.yale.edu/chinalaw.

Yale Law School is an affirmative action, equal opportunity, Title IX employer.

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Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Job opportunity: CLD Consultants seeks program officer for Beijing office

CLD Consultants (Beijing) is a company I've worked with that supports social development projects and international cooperation programs in China, largely in the field of law and legal institutions. They are a serious and dedicated group. They now have an opening for a program officer - please see the attached announcement here. Please note that this opening is for Chinese nationals only.

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Thursday, January 28, 2010

International Bridges to Justice seeks training director for China

I have received the following job announcement:

Job Announcement:  Training Director, China

International Bridges to Justice (IBJ) (国际司法桥梁) is a Geneva, Switzerland-based not-for-profit and non-governmental organization with representative offices in Beijing, Xi’an and Wuhan, China.  IBJ supports the continued development of China’s criminal justice system by collaborating with government, university, and civil society partners to provide practical training, resources, and other technical assistance to criminal defense lawyers and other criminal justice actors.    

IBJ seeks an experienced, full-time Training Director to lead the development of its China training programs for criminal defense attorneys and others engaged in the criminal justice system.  The Training Director will be based in Beijing, China, and will report to the China Director and, as required, to IBJ’s Geneva headquarters.  The Training Director also will collaborate with IBJ’s Regional Defender Resource Centers, program partners, prospective partners, and other project leaders.

Primary Responsibilities: 

·         Develop the training component of all IBJ China programming, written materials, and agendas, consistent with IBJ goals and policies.   Establish appropriate training mechanisms, and modules that include, among other content:  (1) vehicles for training large numbers of defenders; (2) methods for passing the skills developed in trainings to other non-participants; and (3) legal ethics education.

·         Collaborate with IBJ’s Geneva headquarters in international training initiatives and in developing IBJ’s annual training program plan.

·         Deliver and oversee the coordination of all IBJ China training programs at the national, regional and local levels, including work with IBJ’s Regional Defender Resource Centers.  

·         Research community training needs in conjunction with IBJ strategy.  Conduct training needs assessments for current and potential IBJ China partners.    

·         Oversee and build the capacity of IBJ’s distance learning activities for criminal defense attorneys and criminal clinical professors in China.  Develop and incorporate both stand-alone eLearning modules, as well as eLearning programs that are complementary to existing training programs.

·         Manage and implement all IBJ China training activities to improve outcomes, communicate achievements, and identify and address obstacles.  Oversight includes: (1) timely and accurate internal and external reporting; (2) implementing effective monitoring and evaluation mechanisms; (3) developing training standards and methods for continuous program improvement; and (4) establishing appropriate policies and procedures.

·         Foster the growth of strong, cooperative relationships between IBJ and China’s criminal justice community, including relationships with current and potential partners, universities, civil society institutions and others relevant to IBJ’s mission and activities.   Support professional collegiality within the legal aid community and more broadly within the criminal justice system.  

·         Develop an effective communications strategy for IBJ’s training function under the guidance of IBJ’s Geneva headquarters.

·         Keep abreast of and analyze current and proposed laws, regulations, and rule changes that may impact China’s criminal justice community and/or IBJ’s activities.

·         Recruit, supervise, mentor, and evaluate IBJ staff, interns and volunteers while both focusing on IBJ’s mission and goals and on supporting the next generation of China’s criminal justice community.  

·         Engage in administrative tasks, including: (1) planning and managing budgets, equipment, and support services, and (2) maintaining records of vendors and expenses.

Qualifications:

IBJ’s ideal Training Director will have the following qualifications:

·         Juris Doctorate or equivalent Chinese law degree; Admission to the bar of the People’s Republic of China.

·         Substantive experience in criminal law.

·         Demonstrated commitment to criminal defense worldwide.

·         At least five (5) years’ practical legal experience or equivalent experience.

·         Familiarity with the Chinese legal system, as well as the current political and cultural context;

·         Substantial proven planning, management, analytical and writing skills;

·         Appropriate demonstrated training skills (whether from an academic or attorney training program); 

·         Knowledge of eLearning platforms and related computer programs;

·         Experience in developing and leading high performing teams in a multicultural environment;

·         Excellent communication, interpersonal, and team-building skills; and

·         Fluent written and spoken English and Mandarin.

This position is available April 1st.  Salary is competitive, commensurate with experience. Some travel within China is required.  Some travel outside China also may be required.  Interested applicants should submit a statement of interest, curriculum vitae (including references) and a writing sample via email to:  jtaylor@ibj.org, or by post to: International Bridges to Justice, 18 Suzhou Street, Beijing 100080 China.


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Wednesday, January 27, 2010

UK law firm seeks dual-qualified (PRC-England) lawyer

I've been asked to post the following announcement:

We are a large UK law firm with offices across Europe and in Shanghai. We wish to hire a dual-qualified (PRC - England) lawyer to work in our London office, with occasional travel to the PRC.

The successful candidate will:

- be dual qualified  in the PRC and England, with particular experience in corporate and commercial work

- have several years' experience working in a PRC law firm, and at least one year's post-qualification experience in a London law firm

- have Chinese as a mother tongue but be able to speak and write English fluently

- be commercially and practically minded, and be able to confidently advise clients as opposed to merely executing clients' instructions

- be able to credibly market the firm's services to potential Chinese and Western clients, together with London and Shanghai-based colleagues

If you are interested in this position, please provide us with a CV in English and Chinese, with recent photo and confirmation of what your residence and employment status is in the UK, and with telephone and email contact details. We would also appreciate a short note in English explaining why you think you are qualified for this position.

Please email your application to us at

ukprclawfirm@gmail.com

If we are interested in considering you for this position we will contact you. Unfortunately we will not be able to contact you if we don't wish to act upon your application, and we therefore thank all candidates in advance for their interest.

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Monday, January 11, 2010

Natural Resources Defense Council (Beijing office) seeks summer legal intern

Thursday, December 3, 2009

Rural Development Institute seeks China Country Director for Beijing office

Here's another job opening at RDI:

Rural Development Institute (www.rdiland.org) is hiring a China Country Director in Beijing, China.

RDI is an international nonprofit organization working to secure land rights for the world’s poorest people, those 3.4 billion chiefly rural people who live on less than $2 a day.  For 40 years, RDI professionals have worked with the governments of 40 developing countries, foreign aid agencies, and other partners to design and implement laws, policies, and programs that provide opportunity, further economic growth, and promote social justice. To date, RDI has helped provide land rights to more than 400,000,000 people.

The China Country Director (CCD) will be responsible for helping to define and ultimately for ensuring that the China team meets all RDI’s China program objectives.  The CCD provides leadership, direction, and coordination to China’s program staff in China and ensures coordination with RDI’s staff in the international headquarters to ensure the effective achievement of RDI’s China program objectives.  The CCD will not only lead the overall China program team, but be an active member of that team on various program tasks (research, writing, etc.), including on task teams where s/he plays a supporting rather than a lead role.  The CCD will be responsible – both directly and indirectly through other China team members – for initiating, fostering, and enhancing key partnership relationships with government partners, program partners, and donor partners.  The CCD will be responsible for recommending annual China work plans and budgets to the RDI Management Team and to effectively execute the approved work plans consistent with the budget.  The CCD will provide regular program and financial reports to RDI’s Leadership Team, Board of Directors, and donors.  The CCD will build and maintain a cohesive, effective, collaborative, and collegial China program team.  The CCD will also provide vision, management expertise, information, advice and counsel concerning the affairs of the organization to the President ad CEO.

Qualified candidates will possess;

- Graduate degree in Law, Economics (including Agricultural, Natural Resource or Institutional Economics), Sociology, or a closely related field. Preferred undergraduate degree in area studies, business, anthropology, economics, geography, political science, sociology, or other field related to international development.

- Minimum 10 years overall relevant work experience, a minimum 5 of which should have been in a management position responsible for overall operations of an organization or major program/division as well as revenue generation and/or fundraising.

- Fluency in written and spoken Mandarin.

- Fluency in written and spoken English.

- Strong leadership to set and communicate vision and strategy, team building skills and ability to manage budget processes and P&L.

- Knowledge of public policy, legal, economic, sociological, political, institutional, geographic, and/or anthropological concepts and information.

- Experience in managing senior level relationships – both internal and external – in an international context.

- Communications skills include an ability to make and use distinctions as to types, frequency, tenor, and levels of communications, depending upon the circumstances, audience, recipient, and content.

If you feel you are interested in learning more details about the position, please submit your resume and/or cover letter to resume@smithbryan.com

December 3, 2009 in Internships/Employment Opportunities | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack (0)

Rural Development Institute seeks rural land rights lawyer for Beijing office

I have received the following announcement:

Rural Development Institute (www.rdiland.org) is hiring a Rural Land Rights Lawyer in Beijing, China.  

RDI is an international nonprofit organization working to secure land rights for the world’s poorest people, those 3.4 billion chiefly rural people who live on less than $2 a day.  For 40 years, RDI professionals have worked with the governments of 40 developing countries, foreign aid agencies, and other partners to design and implement laws, policies, and programs that provide opportunity, further economic growth, and promote social justice. To date, RDI has helped provide land rights to more than 400,000,000 people.

The Rural Land Rights Lawyer will provide legal, policy, and implementation input and expertise on issues involving the land rights of China’s farmers, and especially those of women farmers.  The Lawyer will conduct legal and social science research (both from the desk and in the field), and work with teams to both prepare and present legal education programs, analytical reviews, research papers, draft legislation, regulations, surveys, training programs, presentations, and other products.  As a part of these activities, the Lawyer will manage the related assignments, programs, projects, and tasks, and also pursue private donor funding, fee-for-service opportunities, and public sector grants.  (S)he may also be asked to perform other management and administrative tasks.

Qualified candidates will possess:

- A law degree from an accredited law school.

- Fluency in written and spoken Mandarin.

- Fluency in written and spoken English.

- Minimum of 3 years of public or private sector professional legal work, preferably with experience in legal aid and education or other public interest issues in China.

- Knowledge of legal, economic, sociological, political, institutional, geographic, and anthropological concepts and information.

- Ability to work collaboratively with a range of people at all levels, including those from host country governmental and non-governmental organizations, and other counterparts, clients, donors, and grantors.

- Communications skills include an ability to make and use distinctions as to types, frequency, tenor, and levels of communications, depending upon the circumstances, audience, recipient, and content.

If you are interested in learning more details about the position, please submit your resume and/or cover letter to resume@smithbryan.com

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Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Job openings at the CECC

The Congressional-Executive Commission on China has three openings, two of which are for analysts: candidates who have a background or strong interest in (a) criminal procedure, courts, police, and prisons, or (b) labor issues and civil society. It's also seeking a press secretary/external relations coordinator. The full announcements are below. Please note two things:

  • The deadline is December 15, 2009.
  • I am told unofficially that the analysts (i.e., the professional staff members advertised for below) who are happiest and most successful at the CECC tend to be studious researchers interested in academic work, as opposed to those who may want to use the CECC as a launching pad to other work on the Hill or in the Administration. I know of two professional staff members who subsequently moved into regular tenure-track positions in the Chinese law field.

Job Announcements

Professional Staff Members

The Congressional-Executive Commission on China is seeking a professional staff member to conduct research and complete writing assignments, including short analyses, topic papers, and annual report sections on topics within the Commission's mandate.  In addition, the staff member will assist with researching individual political prisoner cases and updating and maintaining case records in the CECC Political Prisoner Database. The staff member will be called upon to coordinate CECC hearings and issue roundtables, and attend events relevant to CECC issues that other U.S. Government and private sector organizations hold in Washington, DC and elsewhere. The staff member may be asked to travel to U.S. cities, China, or other foreign locations, on official business. The successful candidate must be a U.S. citizen. Candidates will preferably have a law degree or a Ph.D. or M.A. in political science, history, business, economics, or other social sciences, however, B.A. candidates with very strong credentials will also receive serious consideration. In particular, the Commission seeks candidates with expertise in one or more of the following areas: China's legislative, judicial, or law enforcement institutions; criminal procedure, courts, police, and prisons; or labor issues and civil society. Very strong demonstrated ability to speak, read, write, and perform research in Chinese (Mandarin) is required. The successful candidate will likely have lived or studied in China. Other special skills such as Internet design, database design, quantitative analysis, etc., though not required, may be highly desirable, and the applicant should note them in their cover letter. In addition, the successful candidate must demonstrate excellent interpersonal and analytical skills, exceptional written and oral communications skills in English, and the ability, energy, and enthusiasm to work under tight deadlines and as part of a team. Salaries are commensurate with experience to start. CECC staff members qualify for health and life insurance; a retirement program; a transit subsidy benefit or Capitol Hill parking; and generous annual and sick leave. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and continue until position(s) is/are filled. Candidates should submit a brief cover letter, current resume, and a short (10 pages or fewer) writing sample to Judy Wright, CECC Director of Administration, via e-mail at judy.wright@mail.house.gov or FAX on 202-226-3804. No telephone calls please. The Congressional-Executive Commission on China is an equal opportunity employer.

Press Secretary and External Relations Coordinator

The Congressional-Executive Commission on China is seeking a Press Secretary and External Relations Coordinator who will be charged with developing and executing a multifaceted media and external relations strategy. This will include drafting press releases and speeches, developing and maintaining the Commission’s database of media and professional contacts, and managing contacts using leading edge software tools. The staff member will be called upon to help organize CECC meetings, hearings, and issue roundtables, and attend events relevant to CECC issues that other U.S. government and private sector organizations hold in Washington, DC and elsewhere. The successful candidate must be a U.S. citizen. Candidates will preferably have an M.A. in journalism, political science, or other social sciences, however B.A. candidates with very strong credentials will also receive serious consideration. The ideal candidate is an excellent writer and editor, with experience in multiple formats, including press releases and speeches. Candidate must have familiarity with new media strategies, and have Capitol Hill experience or experience with an agency, trade association, media outlet or public relations firm. In addition, the successful candidate must demonstrate excellent interpersonal and organizational skills, and the ability, energy, and enthusiasm to work under tight deadlines and as part of a team. China-related experience is not required, but a plus and should be highlighted in your application. Other special skills such as Internet design, database design, quantitative analysis, etc., though not required, may be highly desirable, and the applicant should note them in their cover letter. Salaries are commensurate with experience to start. Full or part-time applications for this position will be considered. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and continue until position(s) is/are filled. Candidates should submit a brief cover letter, current resume, and a short (10 pages or fewer) writing sample to Judy Wright, CECC Director of Administration, via e-mail at judy.wright@mail.house.gov or FAX on 202-226-3804. No telephone calls please. The Congressional-Executive Commission on China is an equal opportunity employer.

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Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Job opening: Trade Compliance Officer, US Dep't of Commerce (Beijing)

Details are here. Don't delay if interested - the application deadline is July 31st.

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Friday, January 23, 2009

Yale Law School's China Law Center seeks research associate for Beijing

I have received the following announcement:

The China Law Center, Yale Law School

Announcement

Research Associate, Beijing

The China Law Center of Yale Law School is seeking a graduating senior or recent university graduate for a Research Associate position based in Beijing.  The Research Associate will support Center projects in China by conducting research and writing on issues related to legal reform; interacting with scholars, officials, and lawyers in China; and performing administrative and logistical tasks.

Qualifications:

1) Bachelor's Degree or equivalent;
2) Proficiency in written and spoken Mandarin Chinese;
3) Fluent English;
4) Strong research, writing, analytical, and communication skills;
5) Strong organizational skills, attention to detail and an ability to work independently;
6) Interest in law and legal reform and a commitment to public interest service; and
7) Experience in China (preferred)

Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume (including contact information for references) to The China Law Center at yalechinalaw@gmail.com.  Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.  Applicants will only be contacted if invited for an interview.  The Research Associate will receive a competitive one-year fellowship stipend for the 2009-2010 year.

The China Law Center

The China Law Center of Yale Law School is a unique institution devoted to supporting law and policy reform within China and increasing understanding of China in the United States.  The core of the Center's work is designing and carrying out sustained, in-depth cooperative projects between U.S. and Chinese experts on key issues in Chinese law and policy reform.  Our projects focus on areas that are critical to China's ongoing reform process, particularly judicial reform, criminal justice reform, administrative and regulatory reform, and constitutional law.

Since its start in 1999, the Center has opened offices at Yale University and in Beijing, with a small staff of lawyers and scholars with decades of collective experience working on law and policy reform issues in China.  The Center's Director is Professor Paul Gewirtz.  A full list of Center staff, and further information, may be found on our Website: http://www.yale.edu/chinalaw.

Yale Law School is an affirmative action, equal opportunity, Title IX employer.

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Tuesday, January 13, 2009

USTR internship in Beijing

Please see my China-side blog post here for details.

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Friday, January 2, 2009

Law-related job in Beijing for Chinese national

Please see my China-side blog post here for details.

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Friday, December 12, 2008

The legal job market in Asia

Lecturer on human rights sought for course at Northeastern Normal University, Changchun

I have been asked to post the following announcement:

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Sunday, November 23, 2008

Internships at the CECC

I have been asked to post the following:

The Congressional-Executive Commission on China (CECC) is currently soliciting resumes for spring internships (paid) in Washington D.C., working on Chinese human rights and rule of law issues. Interns must be U.S. citizens.

Applications for spring internships must be received by December 1.  Further details are available both in the enclosed attachment and on the Commission's Web site at www.cecc.gov.   

Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume to the CECC via e-mail to Judy Wright or via fax at (202) 226-3804, attention: Judy Wright, Director of Administration.

Please forward the enclosed attachment to interested students (both undergraduate and graduate), particularly those with strong research and language skills.

Judy Wright

Director of Administration

Download cecc_internship_announcement_112008.pdf

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