Tenure-track position at all ranks, including full professor based on experience, in international law, especially international trade, environmental law, health law, and clinical legal education.

Job Description & Qualification

Applications are accepted at all ranks, including full professor based on experience. We have particular needs in international law, especially international trade, environmental law, health law, and clinical legal education. In our Programme du common law en français, we have needs in private and public law.

Duties: Professors’ functions include teaching, an active scholarly agenda, academic service to the Faculty and University, and supervision of graduate students.

Skills requirements
• An undergraduate degree in common law, and either a doctorate in law or a related discipline (or enrolment in a soon-to-be-completed doctoral program), or an LLM. For applicants currently enrolled in a doctoral program, their supervisor must confirm that it is reasonably likely that their dissertation will be submitted prior to their appointment.
• A superior academic record, a strong background in research and publication, including external research funding or the potential for such funding, and the capacity for excellence in teaching and contribution to the academic life and governance of the Common Law Section.
• Strong communication skills in either English or French. Passive knowledge of the other official language in Canada is a requirement for tenure.

Application Procedure

Complete applications must be submitted through the Academic Careers application portal at http://uottawa.njoyn.com/CL3/xweb/xweb.asp?clid=57566&page=jobdetails&jobid=J0922-1773&BRID=EX179323&SBDID=21312&LANG=1.

Application deadline: October 30, 2022. The selection process will begin immediately after the closing date and will continue until the position is filled. Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

About the Organization

The Common Law Section offers Juris Doctor degrees in English and in French. Together with the Civil Law Section, the Common Law Section offers master’s and doctoral programs. The Common Law Section has over 1,200 students in JD programs and over 200 in graduate programs. We are an innovative and international faculty of more than 60 full-time professors dedicated to inclusive teaching and research, located in the heart of Canada’s capital.

For Additional Questions

Decanat.CML.Dean@uottawa.ca

Job ID

ID: J11964