Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Junior and Senior Research Fellowships at Durham University

There are several terrific opportunities currently advertised for junior and more senior scholars working in Law, Philosophy, Political Science and/or Public Policy at Durham University. One link to opportunities can be found HERE.

Durham University is a genuinely brilliant place to work full of great colleagues - and opportunities to support research and career progression.

I am appointed in the Law School (where I'm currently serving as the Director of Undergraduate Studies), an Associate Member of the Philosophy Department and supervise two Ph.D. students in our School of Government -- so I have strong ties within and beyond Law.

There is a strong community of colleagues working in ethics, jurisprudence and political philosophy across subjects and a vibrant research culture. For example, the Law School is modest with nearly 50 full-time academic members of staff plus a number of visiting and honorary members supporting 8 research centres and clusters, including Human Rights Centre (HRC), the Centre for Criminal Law and Criminal Justice (CCLJ), the Institute of Commercial and Corporate Law (ICCL), Gender & Law at Durham (GLAD), the Durham European Law Institute (DELI), Law and Global Justice at Durham (LGJ), Islam, Law and Modernity (ILM) and the Centre for Ethics and Law in the Life Sciences (Durham CELLS).

Readers interested in exploring these opportunities are more than welcome to contact me for more information.

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