Fangda Career Development Fellowship in Chinese Commercial Law

University of Oxford - St Hugh’s College

St Hugh’s College in association with the Faculty of Law, University of Oxford

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Applications are invited for the full time, fixed-term post of Career Development Fellow in Chinese Commercial Law at St Hugh’s College, tenable for three years.  Career Development Fellowships combine research opportunities within the Faculty of Law in the University of Oxford with teaching experience, and the position is intended for an individual who has recently completed a doctorate (or equivalent law degree) and wishes to embark on an academic career.

The successful candidate will be fluent in Chinese language or languages, and will be a proficient scholar in the English language.  (S)he will have finished a PhD or equivalent (or be close to completion), and will have a first-class academic record in Law or associated social science with a jurisprudential aspect.  Ideally, scholarly prowess will be evidenced by publications or materials soon to be published.

The field of Chinese Commercial Law will be interpreted broadly by the appointing committee; more details of this and the other selection criteria are given in the further particulars. Information about the role, how to apply, and the College can be found online.  If you wish to enquire about this post, please contact the Senior Tutor in the first instance on

Applications and references should be submitted by Noon on Thursday 7th September 2017; details of how to apply are given in the further particulars.

St Hugh’s College, Oxford is an equal opportunities employer

St Hugh’s College, Oxford, OX2 6LE

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