The Faculty of Law at the University of Zurich is seeking an Assistant Professor in Legal History (duration of three years, not tenure track).
The assistant professorship is designed to further qualify the holder in the discipline of legal history. Upon completion of the position, a habilitation or equivalent achievement should be submitted.
JOB QUALIFICATIONS: Requirements for the position of assistant professor include a doctorate with outstanding results and, if possible, an academic background in the history of Private law and/or contemporary legal history. In addition, the candidate's current research project should have a strong focus on legal history. A focus on the early modern period and/or contemporary legal history is of advantage. Scholarly experience in a doctrinal legal discipline is also of advantage, but not a strict requirement. Applicants who do not speak German as a native language must be willing to familiarize themselves with the German language.
The University of Zurich aims to increase the percentage of women working in teaching and research and therefore specifically encourages qualified women to apply.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Application materials (cv, list of publications and presentations, teaching portfolio) must be sent by regular mail to:
The University of Zurich
Faculty of Law
by 9 March 2016.
Submission of publications and research papers may be requested at a later stage.
FURTHER INFORMATION: For further information, please contact Prof. Dr. Andreas Thier (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Details on the requirements are available at http://www.ius.uzh.ch/staff/professorships/legalhistory.html