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LUMS Seeks a Dean for its New Law School

Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) invites nominations and applications for the founding Dean of its new School of Law, the Shaikh Ahmad Hassan School of Law.

LUMS was established in 1985 as a not-for-profit university and has since become Pakistan’s premiere educational institution. The University currently consists of three Schools — the Suleman Dawood School of Business, the Mushtaq Ahmad Gurmani School of Humanities and Social Sciences, and the Syed Babar Ali School of Science and Engineering. The University has announced plans to launch an independent School of Law, the Shaikh Ahmad Hassan School of Law, as its fourth School, and a stand-alone building for the School is currently under construction. The Shaikh Ahmad Hassan School of Law will grow out of the existing Department of Law & Policy, which has been functioning since 2004, and offers a 5-year joint B.A.-LL.B. undergraduate programme (degree accredited by the Pakistan Bar Council).

As the School’s Founding Dean, the position offers a unique opportunity to shape legal education not only at LUMS but in Pakistan. As the administrative head of the School and a key member of the University leadership team, the position holds the potential for significant personal and institutional impact. The successful candidate for Dean should have demonstrated leadership skills, administrative competence, scholarly and research excellence, and institution-building potential. The candidate should have a strong commitment to research, higher education, public service and the ability, drive and capacity to transform the department into an independent school. Outstanding senior scholars and legal practitioners are encouraged to apply.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: creating and consolidating a culture of intellectual scholarship; ensuring delivery of high quality academic programmes; creating a research focus that is intellectually challenging, current and socially relevant; developing the School as an attractive recruiting ground for high caliber academics; establishing international contacts and research linkages; networking and enhancing partnerships with internal and external constituencies, including the university, alumni, policy makers and other users of academic research; and assisting in raising funds for the School.

The applicants should submit a letter of application, a copy of current curriculum vitae, and the names and contact information of three references (preferably electronically) to:
Law School Dean’s Search Committee
Office of the Vice Chancellor
Lahore School of Management Sciences (LUMS)
DHA, Lahore Cantt. 5792,
Lahore, Pakistan
Voice: +92 42 3560-8200; Fax: +92 42 3572-2592
Applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis, starting June 15, 2013, and search will continue until a suitable candidate is found.

The University of British Columbia

Walter S. Owen and Douglas McK. Brown Visiting Chairs in Law
The Faculty of Law at the University of British Columbia invites applications for the Walter S. Owen and Douglas McK. Brown Visiting Chairs in Law for 2015/16. The Visiting Chair program is intended to bring leading legal scholars from around the world to UBC Law to participate in the intellectual life of the Faculty and to contribute to our program of research and legal education.

JOB DESCRIPTION: Visiting Chairs are expected to deliver an intensive seminar in the JD program and to give a presentation in one of the Faculty’s lecture series.  Applicants are encouraged as well to propose other activities to be undertaken during their visit that engage UBC Law’s faculty and students and contribute to the Faculty’s research culture.  Applicants will be provided with office space in Allard Hall and must be able to commit to being in residence at the Faculty for a substantial period of time during the Fall or Spring term, commensurate with the proposed course of teaching and activities, and ideally at least two to three weeks.

Visiting Chairs will receive an honorarium of up to $10,000, with up to an additional $5000 available to cover approved travel expenses and accommodation.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Please send expressions of interest, including a current C.V., a cover letter outlining intensive courses they would be prepared to teach, proposed lecture topics, an outline of any additional activities they would like to offer during their visit, and an indication of precise dates of availability during the terms of the 2015/16 academic year, to Dean Mary Anne Bobinski.

Electronic applications are preferred and should be submitted to: visitingscholars@law.ubc.caThe deadline for applications is December 6, 2014.

Hard copy applications may also be sent to:
Dean Mary Anne Bobinski
Faculty of Law at Allard Hall
The University of British Columbia
1822 East Mall, Vancouver, BC
Canada V6T 1Z1

ABOUT THE FACULTY OF LAW: UBC Law at Allard Hall, one of Canada’s leading law schools, is committed to being one of the world’s great centres for legal education and research. As part of an outstanding public university situated in one of the most open, diverse and beautiful places in the world, we offer an inspiring environment that combines rigorous professional legal training with an awareness of the role of law in society. Faculty members are engaged with and connected to academics, practitioners, and policy-makers around the globe, and are committed to ensuring that their research makes a difference. The Faculty is housed in a brand new, state-of-the-art law building, Allard Hall, designed to fully support teaching and research. More information about the Faculty of Law can be found at and

UBC hires on the basis of merit and is committed to employment equity. The Faculty of Law is strongly committed to diversity within its community and especially welcomes applications from visible minority group members, women, Aboriginal persons, persons with disabilities, members of sexual minority groups, and others who may contribute to further diversification of ideas.

Visiting Chairs are open to individuals of any nationality. Offers will be made in accordance with UBC policy, the requirements of the Visiting Chair program, and the best fit with the Faculty’s core mandate and mission.

Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS), Pakistan

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National University of Singapore

Research Assistant/ Research Associate / Research Fellow
The Centre is inviting applications from suitable candidates to carry out research on intellectual property law, particularly on family:
Subject to the standard NUS terms as to annual leave, the appointed candidate will be expected to be in residence throughout the term of his or her appointment.

• The appointed candidate will be expected to develop his or her research on patents, leading to publications during his or her term of appointment. Such research may include, but is not limited to, the writing of articles for publication in refereed journals, contributing to book chapters in edited collections, and preparing a monograph or other book for publication.
• The appointed candidate will also be expected to assist in other research projects in the subject area and initiatives as assigned by the Director of IP Programme. These may include incidental work of an administrative and editorial nature, including some or all of the following: (i) helping with the substantive content of events and assisting with publications associated with the events; (ii) producing working papers, articles and reports, including managing the manuscripts, liaising with authors, ensuring compliance with house style, and doing basic editing.

1. An ideal candidate would be of exceptional calibre, have attained an Honours degree (or equivalent), a Master degree or a doctoral degree in Intellectual Property law.
2. The principal selection criterion will be the applicant’s potential for excellence in research and the proposed programme of research of the applicant. An existing record of publication (if available) or participation in research projects are examples of evidence of such potential. Existing research work in intellectual property law, particularly Patents, will be considered favourably. The applicant should submit a proposed research plan for consideration.
3. The candidate should be exceptionally organized and have an eye for detail. A strong command of the English language is required.


The position will have the following privileges:
1. The appointed candidate will be posted to the full-time position of Research Assistant / Associate / Fellow depending on the candidate’s background and expertise. The appointed candidate will be an employee at NUS Law on a one-year extendable contract. Remuneration will be commensurate with the qualifications and experience of the appointee.
2. The appointed candidate will be eligible to apply for research and conference fund allowances from the Centre to support attendance at academic conferences and field research which would lead to the delivery of published works.
3. The appointed candidate will be allocated a workstation within the premises of the Centre.

Application procedure
Applications should be sent by email to These must comprise:
• a cover letter explaining your interest in the position
• a curriculum vitae
• a list of publications, if any
• a writing sample
• academic transcripts of all undergraduate and graduate studies (these may be unofficial and, if studying for a current degree, please include a list of current courses)
• at least two academic referees who may be contacted for a reference
• research plans for the next one to two years

The deadline for receipt of applications and supporting documents is 1 December 2014. Applicants will be notified within two months of the deadline on the status of their applications

Te Piringa – Faculty of Law, The University of Waikato

Lecturer,  Hamilton, New Zealand

Te Piringa translates as “the coming together of people”. The Faculty was founded in 1990 on the principles of professionalism, biculturalism and the study of law in context and is committed to internationally benchmarked, research-led teaching and has two research centres. From 2015 Te Piringa will be housed in a state of the art new building.  As one of seven faculties in the University, it has over 900 students, and 40 staff. According to this year’s QS World University Rankings, the Faculty is ranked as being among the top 150 law schools in the world.

We have two vacancies and are looking for suitably qualified applicants to contribute to undergraduate and postgraduate papers in Legal Method and Family Law, but applicants in all fields of the discipline are also encouraged to apply.  You will have demonstrated teaching experience, a developing or strong research record and it is preferable that you have legal industry experience and are able to contribute to postgraduate student supervision.

It is essential that you have a LLB or JD degree or equivalent and an LLM, with a PhD preferable. The ability to communicate effectively with students and staff is also essential along with an interest and willingness to contribute to faculty and university administration matters.

Current salary range for Lecturers is NZ$67,477 to $82,383 per year.
Further information about the Faculty of Law is available at

Enquiries of an academic nature should be directed to the Chairperson, Wayne Rumbles, email: or to the Dean of Law, Professor Bradford Morse, email:

Vacancy number: 340275 – Continuing position
Vacancy number: 340259 – Fixed-term until 30 June 2016
These positions will remain open until filled.
For more information and to apply, visit

Ko te Tangata – For the People
At the University of Waikato we define ourselves by our academic and research excellence and the strength of our international connections. Our distinctiveness is driven by our focus on sustainability, our commitment to Māori learning and research, and our role as leaders and innovators.

Our motto, Ko te Tangata, underlines our acknowledgement of the Treaty of Waitangi, equal opportunity for all, the importance of collegiality, and the individuals who are our staff, students and stakeholders.

E herea ana te Whare Wānanga ki te kaupapa kia whakaratohia te mea angitū ōrite ki ngā tāngata katoa.

National University of Singapore, Faculty of Law
Doctoral Research Scholarships AY2015-2016

As Asia’s Global Law School, the Faculty of Law of the National University of Singapore (NUS Law) is committed to fostering excellence in research by building a strong core of doctoral research students.

The NUS PhD comprises: (i) coursework (up to 6 graduate courses, taken in the first year), followed by (ii) a thesis of not more than 80,000 words. Successful applicants will commence their candidature as probationary PhD students and will work under the supervision of a Faculty member at NUS Law. Within 12-18 months of their candidature, probationary PhD students must orally defend an outline of the proposed PhD thesis at the Doctoral Candidate Qualifying Examination (DCQE). Candidates who succeed at the DCQE will have their PhD candidature confirmed and may proceed to write the thesis.

Successful PhD applicants will also be recommended for the award of a Graduate Research Scholarship for the duration of their candidature, subject to satisfactory progress, and with a maximum tenure of four years. Successful applicants are required to sign a letter of undertaking agreeing to observe the terms and conditions for the award of the Scholarship. A copy of the current terms and conditions can be assessed here.

The closing date for all applications is 1 December 2014. Application instructions can be found at


  1. A good Bachelor’s degree in Law (LLB/BA) and a good Master’s degree in Law (LLM/BCL/MJur) are the minimum requirements. The Master’s degree in Law should have been awarded with minimum Upper Second Class Honours (or equivalent) and, preferably, with First Class Honours (or equivalent).
  2. The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is required for all foreign applicants except those from English-medium institutions in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, the UK, and the USA. We strongly prefer the internet-based TOEFL (iBT). A minimum score of 100 is required.
  3. The selection committee will consider the alignment of the proposed PhD research topic with NUS Law’s research strengths and priorities, which may be found at
  4. Outstanding applicants in any area of law are strongly encouraged to apply. Without prejudice to this generality, applicants are particularly sought within the fields of Asian Legal Studies, Banking and Financial Law, Competition Law, Corporations, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Insolvency, Intellectual Property, Public International Law, Legal Theory and Legal Philosophy, Shipping and Maritime Law, and Tax Law.


  1. Successful applicants recommended for the award of a Graduate Research Scholarship will receive: (i) a monthly stipend, and (ii) a full tuition fee subsidy. For International Students, the monthly stipend is currently S$2,000. Probationary PhD students who successfully pass the DCQE will receive an additional monthly stipend of up to S$500 per month.
  2.  The Graduate Research Scholarship and any additional stipends are renewable annually subject to good performance.
  3.  In addition to their annual leave (21 working days), Graduate Research Scholars are eligible to apply for (i) Research and Conference Leave, (ii) Leave of Absence.
  4.  Graduate Research Scholars who apply successfully for Research and Conference leave will receive additional financial support, capped at a maximum of S$4,000 throughout their degree candidature.

Please address all correspondences to,
Admissions – Graduate Programmes,
Faculty of Law,
National University of Singapore
Eu Tong Sen Building,
469G Bukit Timah Road,
Singapore 259776

National University of Singapore, Faculty of Law

Post-Doctoral Fellowships AY2015-2016

As Asia’s Global Law School, the Faculty of Law of the National University of Singapore (NUS Law) is committed to fostering excellence in research among early stage legal scholars.

We invite applications for Post-Doctoral Fellowship positions commencing in AY2015-2016. These Post-Doctoral Fellowship positions may be held generally within NUS Law or, for candidates with appropriate backgrounds and expertise, within the Centre for Asian Legal Studies (CALS), the Centre for Law and Business (CLB), the Centre for Banking and Finance Law (CBFL), and a new research centre in AY2015-2016, the Centre for Maritime Law (CML).

Successful applicants will commence their Fellowships at the start of August 2015 and conclude them at the end of July 2016. Click here for more information.

University of Toronto, Dean, Faculty of Law

The University of Toronto is conducting an extensive international search for the position of Dean of the Faculty of Law, and invites expressions of interest, nominations and applications for the position. The appointment will be effective January 1, 2015, or as soon thereafter as possible.

Established in 1827 by royal charter, the University of Toronto, with one of the strongest research and teaching standings in North America, is consistently ranked in the top 20 universities in the world and first in Canada. Located in the heart of vibrant, cosmopolitan Toronto, the University has more than 20,000 faculty and staff and some 80,000 students enrolled across three campuses, an annual budget of $2 billion, and research grant and contract support of more than $1.2 billion. Its library is consistently ranked as one of the top three research libraries in North America, with over 21 million holdings. Additional information is available at the University’s website:

The Faculty of Law has an illustrious history as one of the oldest professional faculties at the University of Toronto. Today, it is preeminent among Canadian law schools and one of the best in the world. More than 50 full-time and 60 adjunct and distinguished visiting faculty members from the world’s leading law schools come together with approximately 600 academically gifted and engaged JD and graduate students to form a dynamic intellectual community. The Faculty’s challenging and diverse academic programs are supplemented by its many public interest clinics and programs. The Faculty of Law enjoys close links to its more than 7,000 alumni, who enjoy rewarding careers and positions of leadership in every sector of Canadian society and remain involved in many aspects of life at the law school. A high level of interaction with the rest of the University also yields numerous interdisciplinary programs, combined degree options, and cross appointments for faculty members. Following a successful capital campaign, construction of the new Jackman Law Building commenced in 2013 and will become the Faculty’s new home in 2015. For further information, please see

The Dean of the Faculty of Law will be an accomplished and visionary scholar, educator, communicator and leader, with a history of exemplary administration that reflects a commitment to  excellence, equity and diversity; a capacity to build and lead collaborative teams; and a record of effective relationships with a range of internal and external partners. The Dean will also have the necessary skills, qualities and interests to be an effective fundraiser. Responsible to the Vice-President and Provost, the Dean will lead the ongoing academic and administrative operations of the Faculty and form part of the senior leadership of the University of Toronto. The Dean will enhance the Faculty of Law’s endeavours and reputation, and participate in realizing the aspirations of the University of Toronto’s academic plan, Towards 2030.

Recently named one of Canada’s Top 100 Employers for the 7th year in a row, and one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers for the 6th consecutive year, the University of Toronto is strongly committed to diversity within its community and especially welcomes applications from visible minority group members, women, Aboriginal persons, persons with disabilities, members of sexual minority groups, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas.

The search committee will begin considering potential candidates immediately and will continue until the role is successfully filled. Applications including a curriculum vitae, a letter of introduction and the names of three references (who will not be contacted without the consent of the candidate) should be submitted electronically, in confidence, to:

Laverne Smith & Associates Inc
1 Yonge Street, Suite 1801
Toronto, ON  M5E 1W7