NEW VACANCY : Full-time Professor in European Law in Brussels
The Law and Criminology Faculty of the Université Libre de Bruxelles opens up a full-time Chair in European law, in order to teach several European Union law courses to different degrees (Bachelor, Master, and LL.M in European law).
The holder of the Chair should develop educational tools that stimulate learning European law by students enrolled in various programs. The classes address students in Bachelor, Master or LL.M programs. Some classes will not only comprise law students, but also students from other social science programs. Furthermore, they will be involved in the development of the LL.M in European law.
The courses for which the position is offered include:
- Droit de l’Union européenne (lecture course – 48 hours – 10 credits) in the Bachelor of law at ULB or the Bachelor of law at UMons, including the coordination of the assistants in charge of the joined practicum with the course of economic and IP law;
- EU external relations law/ Droit des relations extérieures de l’UE (lecture course – 24 hours – 5 credits) in the LL.M in European law;
- European integration through law (lecture course – 24 hours – 5 credits) in the LL.M in interdisciplinary EU studies and the Master in European Studies.
The holder of the Chair will be part of the Centre of European Law of the Law and Criminology Faculty at the ULB, and will do research in the field of European Union law. A research project linked to constitutional law, economic law or foreign policy of the European Union is an asset. The holder of the chair will contribute to inserting the ULB in active Belgian and international networks in this field, in order to increase the reputation of the University.
The holder of the Chair will participate actively in the life of the University, in particular in the life of their Faculty, of the Institute for European Studies (IEE-ULB) and of the Centre for European law. He/she will develop an expertise that will be successfully mobilised by the University to the benefit of the community, be it through science popularisation, applied research or cutting-edge research.
Final application date: 1 March 2019
Date of entry into function: 1 October 2019
Further information are available here.