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VACANCY - Professor in international criminal justice and transitional justice at the University of Geneva (50%)

The Faculty of Law of the University of Geneva is opening the procedure for filling the post of (ordinary or associate) Professor in international criminal justice and transitional justice (50%).

Job description

This is a position of (ordinary or associate) Professor with a partial load (50%), including teaching for bachelor's and/or master's degree students in law. The candidate will be called upon to collaborate with the Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights (Geneva).

He/she will develop individual and collective research, at national and international level, in the field of international criminal law (international criminal justice and transitional justice). The candidate will also be called upon to apply for external funding, in particular from the NSF, and will be responsible for directing research work (dissertations and doctoral theses). Management and organisational tasks related to the position are part of the job description.

Title and skills required
Doctorate in law or equivalent title.

International criminal justice and transitional justice.

Entry into functions
1 September 2021 or date to be agreed.

Further information can be obtained from the deanship of the Faculty of Law (Maya Hertig)

Further information
Applications, consisting of a letter of motivation, a detailed curriculum vitae including a list of publications, a copy of the highest diploma, as well as a brief description of the teaching and research project envisaged by the candidate, must be submitted exclusively online (here) by Wednesday 24 March 2021.

No paper applications or applications sent by e-mail will be accepted.