Thursday, July 5, 2018
Via Matt Stahl, Associate Professor, University of Western Ontario
There is an postdoc job opportunity at the Programme in Comparative
Media Law and Policy (PCMLP) for a 3 year post-doc. This is an open
fellowship so come with good ideas and research projects. And despite
the title of the fellowship you don't have to be a lawyer. Must be
within 4 years of having completed a PhD. Deadline is July 25th.
Career Development Postdoctoral Fellowship in Media Law and Policy
Grade 7: £31,604 - £38,833 p.a.
The Fellow will undertake advanced research in the field of media law
and policy, present their findings at conferences and workshops, and
publish their research. The postholder will be permitted to undertake a
small amount of lecturing and/or tutorial teaching, which may not exceed
three hours per week.
The postholder will be a part of the Programme in Comparative Media Law
and Policy (PCMLP) and expected to contribute to its activities. The
Head of the PCMLP is Dr Nicole Stremlau. Further information about the
programme can be found on the PCMLP website.
Applicants must hold, or be close to completing a PhD/DPhil in Law, or a
related discipline, with reference to media/socio-legal issues
(candidates who already hold a doctorate will only be eligible if the
doctorate was awarded within four years of the closing date for this
position. Exceptions to this requirement will only be made for
candidates who can demonstrate that they are still at an early stage in
their academic career by reason of having taken a career break (e.g. for
maternity leave, parental leave, illness or other personal
circumstances); engage in high quality research; have the ability to
manage their own academic research and associated activities; and play a
full role in the intellectual life of PCMLP, the CSLS, and the Faculty
The Fellowship is for a fixed-term of 3 years, to commence as soon as
The postholder will be based at The Centre for Socio-Legal Studies,
Manor Road Building, Manor Road and will be eligible to apply to the
Faculty¹s Research Support Fund.
You will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement as part of
your online application.
The closing date for applications is 12.00 midday on Wednesday 25 July
2018. Interviews will be held on Tuesday 21 August 2018.