University Lecturership in Public International Law, Faculty of Law, University of Oxford



University Lecturership in Public International Law

in association with a Tutorial Fellowship at St Anne’s College

Combined College and University salary of £42,883 – £57,581 per annum

The Faculty of Law of the University of Oxford and St Anne’s College invite applications from suitably qualified candidates for a University Lectureship in Public International Law. The post is available from October 2012 or as soon as possible thereafter. The vacancy arises from the resignation of Professor Stefan Talmon to take up a Chair at the University of Bonn.

Faculty requires proven teaching competence in the field of Public
International Law. The College requires teaching in Public International
Law, and would welcome teaching in European Union Law.    For
information, the subjects taught on the Oxford BA course and on the
Faculty’s graduate curricula can be found at

The successful
appointee will be required to pursue research and to undertake teaching
within the field of Public International Law, examining in the subject
and giving high-quality tutorials, classes, supervision and lectures at
both undergraduate and graduate level. He or she will be expected to
contribute to administration and pastoral duties in the college and in
the Law Faculty.  The postholder will be provided with an office and
other facilities at St Anne’s College.
The person appointed will have a doctorate or its equivalent in a relevant subject.

The stipend will be on a scale of £42,883 – £57,581 per
annum. Additional allowances are available. Further particulars,
including information about how to apply, may be obtained from
Emma Gascoigne, Personnel Officer, St Cross Building, St Cross Road, Oxford OX1 3UL and can be found at The closing date for applications is 23rd March 2012. 

 Informal enquiries are welcome and should be directed to Professor Dan Sarooshi/Professor Vaughan Lowe or Inquiries about the role of the University Lecturer in St Anne’s College should be directed to

The University of Oxford and St Anne’s
College are equal opportunities employers. Applications are
particularly welcome from women and black and minority ethnic
candidates, who are under-represented in academic posts in Oxford.

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