Full Professorship in International/EU Law
Call for Interest
The Department of Legal Studies at Bocconi University, Milan, invites expressions of interest from qualified scholars in the field of International/EU Law, in view of the possible opening of a position at the Full Professor level.
As part of its interdisciplinary educational approach, Bocconi has been teaching legal subjects to economics and business students since its inception. Since 1999 Bocconi also offers a full combined master’s and bachelor degree in law and the University is expanding its national and international offerings in legal studies. In addition, the University offers a PhD in Legal Studies, which includes a curriculum in international law and economics and attracts top national and international candidates. Reinforcing the University’s international research profile and course offerings is part of Bocconi’s broader international strategy.
The Department of Legal Studies looks for candidates with an established academic profile in the areas of international and/or EU law, a strong research and teaching track record as well as demonstrated leadership capabilities in conducting research projects. Apart from on-going excellence in research and teaching, the candidate will also be expected to coordinate the Department’s group working on International and EU Law and to participate in the life of Bocconi University as a scholarly community. Bocconi University maintains an equal opportunities and diversity policy.
Remuneration will be commensurate with experience and qualifications and comparable to salary scales of other leading European Institutions of Higher Education. Working languages at Bocconi University are English and Italian (facility with Italian is an advantage and successful candidates should endeavour to increase their facility with the language within the first three years of appointment).
As a result of this enquiry, the Department of Legal Studies will decide whether or not to fill the position and what hiring procedure to follow.
Expressions of interest can be sent to the following e-mail address:
firstname.lastname@example.org (subject field: Call for interest International/EU Law).
They should include a letter of interest, together with a CV, a description of current research projects and teaching activities, and all relevant information concerning the candidate. All correspondence and expressions of interest will be kept strictly confidential.
Deadline for the receipt of the letters of interest: 15th October, 2016.