The Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen, is seeking applications for a position as professor of law for the present with focus on international law with specific focus on international courts. The position is to be filled as soon as possible.
The professor will be affiliated with iCourts – The Danish National Research Foundation´s Centre of Excellence for International Courts, which is a research centre at the Faculty of Law. http://jura.ku.dk/icourts
The main responsibilities of the professor of international law with specific focus on international courts are:
to publish and disseminate research results
to teach and oversee the administrative duties
to lead the development of the subject area, be responsible for research-based teaching with associated examination and administrative duties, and to supervise MA-thesis and PhD students
to exchange knowledge with the rest of society and take part in public debate
to manage research, provide guidance to and supervise assistant professors and researchers and take part in academic assessments.
The professor shall also develop and maintain his or her teaching and pedagogic competencies. Other duties may be added according to Faculty regulations and the weighting of the different tasks may change over time.
For more info, including qualifications, salary & application procedure, see here.