Two law professor positions are available in 2006-07
at the Johns Hopkins University-Nanjing University Center
for Chinese and American Studies in Nanjing, China.
The one-year post-BA certificate program will be 20 years old this year.
In 2006, the program will be introducing a new M.A.
in International Studies that will require MA candidates to select
from one of three major fields in international law and politics.
The position announcement follows:
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY, HOPKINS-NANJING CENTER
FOR CHINESE AND AMERICAN STUDIES
TWO LAW POSITIONS FOR 2006-07
Johns Hopkins University invites applications
for two Visiting Professors of 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 each year in English include:
· American Constitution
* American Legal System
· Comparative Legal Cultures: U.S. & China
· History & Philosophy of Law in the West
· International Law
· One or more of the following: Human Rights Law, Environmental Law,
Intellectual Property Law, and Law and International Relations.
Johns Hopkins will match the home institution’s salary and offer its standard benefits package.
Faculty receive travel, shipping, and scholar’s allowances
and are housed in comfortable, furnished two-bedroom located in a new facility
opening in September 2006. Funding may require U.S. citizenship.
The application deadline is November 1, 2005.
Applications may be downloaded at www.nanjing.jhu.edu
or contact Sharon Newman at 202-663-5802 or email@example.com.
Johns Hopkins is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.