The School of Law at the Singapore Management University (SMU) has an opening for Research Associate/Research Fellow position for its Applied Research Centre for Intellectual Assets and the Law in Asia (ARCIALA).
Postgraduate degree in law, including a completed LLM or Master of Law degree
Candidates who have recently completed a PhD (or its equivalent) with a focus on intellectual assets and law, including artificial intelligence and IP will have an advantage
Fluency in English and strong writing skills required
Inter-disciplinary research approach preferred
Existing publication record in international journals in English preferred
Focus on Asian and Comparative Intellectual Property Law preferred
Command of a major Asian language will be preferred
Teamwork spirit and academic integrity is a must
The appointment will be on a contract basis for one year, with the possibility of renewal for a further year subject to good performance and the needs of ARCIALA. Research support will be provided as well as a competitive salary commensurate with relevant qualifications, experience, track record and research potential. The Research Fellow/Associate will be required to:
Assist in the academic work of the Centre in general
Conduct research projects, attend academic seminars/conferences, write research reports and publish in both mainstream media and journals
Assist in the administration work of the Centre, School of Law or SMU, such as the organisation of seminars and conferences or other events and reports for the Centre, etc
Interested candidates should submit their resume and references by April 2, 2020,HERE. The interviews for the position will take place during the month of April 2020.
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