The tenure of the Mayer Brown Research Fellowship in Public International Law will be for three years. The Fellow's main duties will be to pursue postdoctoral research in Public International Law. He or she will be expected to do a limited amount of teaching for Pembroke College, and to contribute to the research programme and activities of the Lauterpacht Centre, but would require the permission of the Governing Body of the College and the Director of the Lauterpacht Centre to undertake other paid work. The stipend will be £26,391, adjusted to account for any increases between now and 1 October 2009. As a Fellow of Pembroke College, the successful candidate will be offered accommodation and other benefits, including seven meals per week at High Table. The Lauterpacht Centre will provide office space and working facilities. There will be opportunities for the holder to interact with William Charnley (who is jointly funding the Research Fellowship) and his colleagues at Mayer Brown.
Friday, December 5, 2008
Mayer Brown Research Fellowship in Public International Law
Applications are being accepted by Pembroke College and the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law for the Mayer Brown Research Fellowship in Public International Law. Relevant application forms and instructions can be found here. The deadline for applications is January 15, 2009. A short description: