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Pembroke College

Pembroke College and the Lauterpacht Research Centre for International Law hope to elect to the McDermott Will & Emery Research Fellowship in Public International Law (Joint Fellowship), with tenure from 1 October 2006, not later than 15 March 2006.

The tenure of the Fellowship will be for three years. The holder will be expected to pursue research in Public International Law. He or she will be encouraged to carry out a limited amount of teaching for the College, and will be expected to contribute to the research programme and activities of the Lauterpacht Centre, but would require the permission of the Governing Body of the College and the Director of the Lauterpacht Centre to undertake other paid work. There will be opportunities for the holder to interact with McDermott Will & Emery lawyers.

The Lauterpacht Research Centre for International Law is part of the Faculty of Law. A number of its officers and Fellows are teaching members of the Faculty. The Centre undertakes a wide range of projects ranging from research and publications to conferences and seminars. Further details about the Centre can be found at http://lcil.law.cam.ac.uk/index.php.

The stipend will be £22,290 adjusted to account for any increases between now and 1 October 2006. As a Fellow of Pembroke College, the successful candidate will be offered accommodation and other benefits, including seven meals a week at High Table. The Lauterpacht Centre will provide office space and working facilities.

The deadline for applications is 22 January 2006, and should be made only on forms obtainable from the Senior Tutor's Secretary, Pembroke College, Cambridge, CB2 1RF (sally.clowes@pem.cam.ac.uk) and online at http://www.pem.cam.ac.uk/jobs, where further particulars are also available.

Pembroke College is an equal opportunities employer.

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Cambridge University Reporter 14 December 2005
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