Tenure Track Assistant and Associate Professors in China Law Curriculum
Peking University School of Transnational Law (“STL”) is unique in China and unique in the world, offering American-style J.D. and LL.M. degrees in English, alongside a China Law J.M. degree taught in Chinese. Both curriculums are rich in courses emphasizing transnational law and practice, Chinese law and legal traditions, and other cutting-edge courses designed to equip STL graduates of all nationalities for leadership in the 21st century.
We are seeking exceptionally qualified and experienced candidates for the positions of assistant and associate professors on STL’s J.M. curriculum tenure track.
Successful candidates will join STL’s outstanding and collegial multi-national faculty, which includes world-renowned scholars of international trade law, food safety policy, public international law and private dispute resolution, along with leading and emerging scholars of investment treaty arbitration, capital markets, securities regulation, comparative corporate governance, Chinese legal history and philosophy, Chinese environmental regulation and administrative law, China civil law, and several other important fields of law.
Applicants should hold a Doctor of Law (PHD) or SJD in Chinese Civil Law, Chinese Civil Procedure Law, Chinese Criminal Law, Chinese Criminal Procedure Law, and Chinese Constitutional Law. Proficiency in English is strongly desired.
Salary and Benefits
Salary will be competitive, commensurate with qualifications and experience. Statutory benefits will be provided according to the prevailing applicable labour laws. The positions are based at the Peking University Campus in Shenzhen, PRC.
Applicants should send the following information by email to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- Curriculum Vitae (Both Chinese and English);
- A statement of personal research interest and plan (Both Chinese and English);
- At least one published paper (either in Chinese or in English);
- Two reference letters and the reachable emails of the referees.