Postdoctoral Position in European Union Law

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23 Jan 2018

The vacancy is an open call for the appointment as soon as possible, or on an agreeable date with the successful candidate. The initial contract is a one-year full-time position, but may be available for a period of up to two years.

The Postdoctoral Fellow in European Union law position is established as part of the research project ‘In times of crisis: Access to justice in the European Union’, being led by the Principal Investigator (PI), Graham Butler, Assistant Professor at the Department of Law, Aarhus BSS, Aarhus University, supported by a grant awarded from the Aarhus University Research Foundation (AUFF). 

The task of the postdoctoral researcher will be to prepare and support the publication of a number of articles and other academic contributions on access to justice in European Union law within the scope of the project under the leadership of the PI, Graham Butler. They will contribute to the development of the project in European Union law, by, inter alia, preparing, undertaking, and supporting the project’s academic research, including, coordinating the research project’s activities, contributing to the dissemination of the project, and other associated tasks. 

The research project has a significant emphasis on publishing its results in international peer-reviewed journals. The applicant’s interest in partaking in such research will be key. The position is research oriented, but may also involves teaching assignments and other administrative tasks, as necessary. This means that the successful candidate is expected to provide a dedicated contribution to the Department’s wider research and teaching agenda. Other obligations related to the project may be added to the successful candidate’s job description as stipulated by the Department of Law.

Please send your CV and cover letter to Graham Butler at gb@law.au.dk

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