Professor/Associate Professor of Private International Law and Transnational Law (0,50-1,00 fte).
- responsible for, and teaching in, private international law and comparative law courses in the Bachelor's and Master's programmes;
- conducting and supervising innovative research in the field of international and/or transnational private law;
- supervision of academic staff and PhD researchers;
- administrative duties;
- acquisition of externally funded research.
The description of the chair is ‘Private International Law and Transnational Law'. The candidate has a broad mandate to focus on the consequences of Europeanisation and globalisation on private international law or substantive private law, from his or her own specific expertise. This expertise may be in the area of private law in general, corporate law, family law or procedural law.
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