The responsibilities contain the research, the tutelage of students of the levels Bachelor, Master and doctorate, the preparation and the management of research projects, as well as the education at the various levels.
The candidate is expected to teach and develop research in Commercial law and specifically in either Insolvency law or Insurance law at the highest level.
Such teaching and research should embrace a European and comparative law approach. It should also cover Luxembourg law and its sources of inspiration, i.
e. Belgian and French law.
The candidate will teach at all levels bachelor, master and doctoral training. She / he will in particular be involved in the Master in European Banking and Financial law as well as in the master in European Business law and in Transnational and Luxembourg law classes in the bachelor of law.
A PhD in law completed at least three years ago on a topic of commercial law integrating a comparative law approach
A significant record of publications in internationally recognised peer-reviewed journals
Preference will be given to candidates who have a specific expertise in Insolvency or Insurance law
The research of the candidate must evidence that she / he has a good understanding of several legal systems in his field of expertise as well as of the European dimensions of his topics
Experience and aptitude for teaching and supervision of research at university level
The capacity and interest to engage in academic research at the highest level
Research on Luxembourg law being one of the priorities of the department in Law, the candidate must commit to cover also Luxembourg law in his future research
The University of Luxembourg is set in a multilingual context. The person hired on this position must be proficient in English and have a good command of French