|Location:||Xi'an - China|
£18,272 to £34,260 converted salary* per year
|Placed On:||24th April 2020|
|Expires:||24th June 2020|
Xi’an Jiaotong University- School of Law
The origin of Xi’an Jiaotong University (XJTU) School of Law traces to the earlier years of Nanyang Public College more than one hundred years ago. XJTU resumed its legal education in 1985, since when the LLM in Economic Law program was started, as one of the earliest in this field in China. Formally established in 2008, XJTU School of Law is committed to building up a “high-level, internationalized and research-oriented” world-class law school. XJTU School of Law was recognized by the Ministry of Education as both “Outstanding Legal Education Centre for Foreign-related Legal Personnel Cultivation” and “Outstanding Legal Education Centre for Interdisciplinary and Practical Legal Personnel Cultivation”. XJTU School of Law is actively engaged in academic exchange and cooperation with world-class institutes, including University of Cambridge (Silk Road Scholar Scheme) and the University of New South Wales (Chinese Bachelor’s Degree + Australian JD Degree program). XJTU School of Law was Accredited the World’s First 5-Star Law School by QS. It is listed as one of the top 14 law schools in mainland China in 2020 QS World University Rankings by Law and Legal Studies.
XJTU School of Law is seeking Young Talents(A/B/C levels, assistant professors) to undertake teaching and research in the field of Private Law (Civil Law, Civil Procedural aw, and Contract Law), Public Law (Administrative Law, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedural Law, and Economic Law) or International Law (International Public Law, International Economic and Commercial Law). The School will provide first-class working conditions and excellent living conditions for the finalists.
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XJTU School of Law is located in Xi’an, which is the capital city of Shaanxi province. She is one of the most beautiful and historical cities in China, and she was the traditional capital city of 13 dynasties in history. Xi’an was famously known as Chang’an before Ming Dynasty. Also, Xi’an is known as the eastern terminus of the Silk Road as well as the hometown of Terracotta Warriors in Qin Dynasty.
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