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Faculty Positions in Law and Legal Studies, Carleton University, Ottawa

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Faculty Positions in Law and Legal Studies, Carleton University, Ottawa
October 23,2012

 

Faculty Positions in Law and Legal Studies - Hiring Announcement:

http://www1.carleton.ca/law/administrative-staff/department-faculty/facu...

Position in the “Transnational Regulation of the Economy”

The Department of Law and Legal Studies, Faculty of Public Affairs, Carleton University invites applications for a tenure track appointment in Legal Studies at the rank of Assistant Professor commencing July 1st 2013.

Candidates should hold (or be close to completing) a doctoral degree, or the equivalent, in legal studies, law or a related discipline and demonstrate a capacity for theoretically-informed, interdisciplinary scholarship and teaching.  The successful candidate will have the ability to develop an externally-funded, high quality research program; will be committed to effective teaching at the undergraduate and graduate level; and will contribute effectively to the academic life of the Department, the Faculty, and the University.

We invite applications from qualified candidates in the field of the “Transnational Regulation of the Economy.” The qualified candidate will contribute to our existing concentrations in Business Law and Transnational Law with potential emphasis on any of: the regulation of finance (including international finance), copyright and intellectual property, corporate governance and ethics, globalization and capitalism.  The successful applicant will be expected to teach core courses in our Business Law and Transnational Law concentrations and contribute to the continued development of these areas at the undergraduate and graduate level including our new PhD in Legal Studies.

The Department of Law and Legal Studies is the home of the oldest and largest undergraduate and graduate programs in Legal Studies in Canada. The Department emerged in 1967 as the first unit in Canada to study law with multidisciplinary academic concerns in mind. The Department offers a B.A. & B.A. (Honours) in Law to over 1000 students within the Faculty of Public Affairs and includes concentrations in Human Rights &Transnational Law, Business Law, and Law, Policy and Government among its undergraduate programs.  The Department of Law and Legal Studies is committed to interdisciplinary legal inquiry and is composed of scholars engaged in interdisciplinary teaching and research from a range of disciplines including criminology, history, law, legal anthropology, political economy,political theory, mass communications and sociology.  The Department currently offers a B.A. in Law and a M.A. and Ph.D in Legal Studies.

Applicants should send a cover letter of application; a curriculum vitae; a statement of research interests; a teaching portfolio, including evidence of teaching performance, or a statement of teaching philosophy; and have three refereesforward supporting letters to: Chair, Department of Law and Legal Studies c/o Robin Dunbar, Carleton University, 1125 Colonel By Drive, Ottawa, Ontario K1S 5B6. <Robin_Dunbar@carleton.ca> by November 15, 2012.

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Position in “Law and (Socio-) Economics”

The Department of Law and Legal Studies, Faculty of Public Affairs, Carleton University invites applications for a tenure track appointment in Legal Studies at the rank of Assistant Professor commencing July 1st 2013.

Candidates should hold (or be close to completing) a doctoral degree, or the equivalent, in legal studies, law or a related discipline and demonstrate a capacity for theoretically-informed, interdisciplinary scholarship and teaching.  The successful candidate will have the ability to develop an externally-funded, high quality research program; will be committed to effective teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels; and will contribute effectively to the academic life of the Department, the Faculty, and the University.

We invite applications from qualified candidates in the field of the “Law and (Socio-) Economics.” The qualified candidate will contribute to our existing concentrations in Law, Policy and Government and Business Law with potential emphasis on any of: labour, employment, poverty, business regulation, or economic policy (which may include the regulation of welfare, social and economic rights, and class).  The successful applicant will be expected to teach core courses in our Business Law and Law, Policy and Government concentrations and contribute to the continued development of these areas at the undergraduate and graduate level including our new PhD in Legal Studies.

The Department of Law and Legal Studies is the home of the oldest and largest undergraduate and graduate programs in Legal Studies in Canada. The Department emerged in 1967 as the first unit in Canada to study law with multidisciplinary academic concerns in mind. The Department offers a B.A. & B.A. (Honours) in Law to over 1000 students within the Faculty of Public Affairs and includes concentrations in Human Rights &Transnational Law, Business Law, and Law, Policy and Government among its undergraduate programs.  The Department of Law and Legal Studies is committed to interdisciplinary legal inquiry and is composed of scholars engaged in interdisciplinary teaching and research from a range of disciplines including criminology, history, law, legal anthropology, political economy,political theory, mass communications and sociology.  The Department currently offers a B.A. in Law and a M.A. and Ph.D in Legal Studies.

Applicants should send a cover letter of application; a curriculum vitae; a statement of research interests; a teaching portfolio, including evidence of teaching performance, or a statement of teaching philosophy; and have three refereesforward supporting letters to: Chair, Department of Law and Legal Studies c/o Robin Dunbar, Carleton University, 1125 Colonel By Drive, Ottawa, Ontario K1S 5B6. <Robin_Dunbar@carleton.ca> by November 15, 2012.

Lecturer in Criminology, Birkbeck College, University of London

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Lecturer in Criminology, Birkbeck College, University of London
November 25,2012
 

Lecturer in Criminology (full-time, permanent)
Birkbeck College, University of London
 
We are seeking to appoint an outstanding and enthusiastic scholar to join a School committed to theoretically-informed, critical and multidisciplinary research and teaching. The School of Law enjoys an internationally recognised research profile and has grown significantly in recent years, including a successful expansion of our Criminology and Criminal Justice provision.The successful candidate will be required to contribute to the School’s Criminology programmes, in particular the BSc Criminology and Criminal Justice. They will be able to teach the core BSc module Sociology of Crime. We would welcome applications from those with expertise in the following areas: Policing; Political Violence and Terrorism; White Collar and Corporate Crime; Race and Crime; Victimology; International Criminal Justice; Spatial and Environmental Approaches to Crime; Mental Health, Disability and Crime; Migration, Borders and Crime Control.
Candidate Requirements:
Candidates should have completed or be near to completion of a PhD (or equivalent qualification), and show evidence of published research or exceptional potential. All academic staff within the School of Law are required (subject to assigned duties) to contribute to teaching, scholarship and published research relating to both undergraduate and postgraduate taught programmes.Details available on the Birkbeck website: http://tinyurl.com/btptnss
 
The closing date is 8 January 2013. Interviews will take place the Week of 28 January. 
 

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