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Research Associate In International Dispute Resolution Programme

National University of Singapore

CIL is accepting applications for a Research Associate to join our International Dispute and Resolution Programme, with the following main duties:

  • Assist Programme Head in conducting in-depth research and report writing on topics of international dispute resolution both self-directed and as assigned.
  • Assist in organising and executing CIL’s annual Singapore International Arbitration Academy and International Law in Review Program including event design, management and post-event reporting.

Candidates must possess a minimum qualification of an LL.B. with an LL.M. being highly desirable. Candidates must have a good knowledge of international law; highly developed research and writing skills; strong organisational and communications skills. Good knowledge of arbitration or conciliation would also be desirable.

For further information about CIL, please visit the website at https://cil.nus.edu.sg/.

Interested candidates should send the following to Miss Yvonne Lee at cil.jobs@nus.edu.sg by 27 September 2019:

  • CV
  • Letter of interest
  • Two writing samples
  • The names/contact information of two referees

CIL provides a lively and congenial work environment and the opportunity to engage with in-house and visiting international law experts. The successful candidate will be expected to participate in Centre events and activities, as well as to pursue their own research project with a view to publication.

Location: Singapore - Singapore
Salary: Not Specified
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Permanent
Placed On: 6th September 2019
Closes: 27th September 2019
   
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