Assistant Professor (Tenure Track) in Commercial Law

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The new Assistant Professor (tenure track) in Commercial Law should strengthen the Research Area “Banking, financial and commercial law” in the Department of Law which is one of the key areas in both teaching and research within the department. This Research Area “Banking, financial and commercial law” provides for a broad coverage of foundational courses in the Bachelor in Law program, as well as in the three other bachelor programs of the faculty. Namely, the Bachelor in Economics, the new Bachelor in Business Administration (as well as the current Bachelor en Gestion) and the Bachelor in Accounting and Taxation which each contain several commercial law courses (general principles of business law, company law, financial and banking law). This large volume of foundational course offer is augmented by two specialized master programmes: the Master in European Banking and Financial Law and the Master in Investment Fund Law, as well as, the teaching needs in the Certificate in Law and Regulation of Inclusive Finance, the Certificate in Sustainable Finance, and commercial law courses in the Master in Finance and Economics (FinTech Regulation, Sustainable Finance and Law etc).

The Assistant Professor in Commercial Law (tenure track) is expected to contribute to the general teaching needs of the Department of Law in bachelor, master and doctoral school and be qualified to teach courses in English and in French. Knowledge of German is considered as an advantage.

He/she will be in charge of courses related to commercial law in general at the master and bachelor level in law, as well as in economics, finance, management and other cooperation partners of the law department, including the SnT.

She/he will develop specialised courses in commercial law in the master in European banking and financial law, in Investment fund law as well as in masters in the other departments of the faculty (Economics and Management; Finance).

In line with the general expectations in the Department of Law, the Assistant Professor should have expertise in Luxembourg commercial law as well as an interest in European and comparative law.

Information about the position can be obtained from Professor Katalin Ligeti, Dean of the Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance, University of Luxembourg.

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