The Research and Development Specialist (R&DS), being attributed by the University to the Department of Law within the University’s Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance ( FDEF ) and reporting directly to its Head of Department, will engage in legal research that contributes to and supports the creation, consolidation, and transmission of legal knowledge, methods, and / or systems for ongoing or future research under the direction of one or more of the Department’s Full, Associate, or Assistant Professors.
Main responsibilities, under the direction of one or more Department Professors :
Assist legal research projects
Undertake independent research in, and analysis of, legal literature regarding the current state of the art and / or new developments within relevant research fields, exchange information relative thereto with internal and external constituencies, including members of the Department of Law, colleagues, and peers
Document legal research projects, activities, and results
Supervise document maintenance and updates
Collect, interpret, and analyse legal research-related data and results, and offer advice with respect thereto, either on request or at own initiative
Gain expertise in specific legal research fields and / or projects
Search and analyse trends in legal data
Formulate, or contribute to the formulation of, legal hypotheses / advice / conclusions
Prepare and draft internal and external specialized reports and provide hypotheses / advice / conclusions
Contribute to, or prepare own, legal publications, including, papers, books, articles, blogs, and other research-related documents
Develop and perform empirical studies and legal practice-related research
Ensure the collection, assessment, selection, availability, and transmission of long-term knowledge for Department Professors (e.
g., update internal-knowledge and available-resource databases)
Master qualification with specialization in law (all areas of public and private, national and European will be considered)
Legal research experience
Excellent analytical and conceptual skills with proven ability to adapt to new situations and develop creative solutions
Very good oral and written competence in both English and French, an understanding of Luxembourgish or German is welcome
Ability to work as an integral part of a team in a multidisciplinary, multicultural environment
Number of positions : 2
Contract Type : Contrat à durée indéterminée
Work Hours : Temps plein 40.0 Heures par Semaine
Location : Kirchberg
Job Reference : UOL03412
Applications should be submitted online and include :
Early application is highly encouraged, as the applications will be processed upon reception. Please apply ONLINE formally through the HR system.
Applications by email will not be considered.
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