The doctoral candidate’s main task will consist in contributing to the research within the RUL and preparing a doctoral thesis in the field of European Law under the supervision of Prof.
Dr. Jörg Gerkrath. The thesis has to be done at the University of Luxembourg but can be part of a joint supervision with another university.
Contribute to the teaching at the rate of one or three hours per week of small group teaching or moot court coaching and tutorials.
Contact : Prof. Dr. Jörg Gerkrath,
Faculté de Droit, d’Économie et Finance
Master’s degree in European, International or comparative Law (300 ECTS eq.)
Aptitude to research proven by the elaboration of a master thesis
Language skills sufficient to work in a multilingual environment, i.e. fluency in at least two of the three working languages (French, German and English) is a prerequisite;
understanding of the third will be considered an advantage. Given that most courses are taught in French the applicant must be able to teach in this language.
Personal work space at the University (full-time contract requires the assistant to work on the University premises).