Professorship for “Business Law, especially IT Law” at Münster School of Business
What to expect:
You will teach business law, and especially IT law, in Bachelor and Master’s degree programmes, as well as in continuing education programmes at Münster School of Business. In the process, you will develop various practiceoriented courses and forms of teaching.
You are willing to support the university’s internationalisation strategy by delivering courses in English.
You will also conduct research in the field of business law and IT law, and publish your findings.
You will additionally take on some of the many tasks involved in university selfgovernment.
You have aboveaverage legal knowledge and expertise, and completed your doctorate accordingly.
We value your extensive relevant professional experience in the area of business law, particularly in the field of IT law.
You also have initial experience in conducting research into law.
Experience in activating and competencyoriented teaching would also be beneficial for your teaching activities. You are willing to participate in further training, particularly in teaching methodology.
Your good command of written and spoken English rounds off your portfolio.
We offer you:
A permanent W2 professorship on civil servant conditions will enable you to make a valuable contribution to our university in teaching, research and university management.
Dedicated colleagues who will assist you from the very beginning look forward to cooperating with you.
An exciting task with workingtime flexibility will enable you to strike the perfect balance between work, recreation and family life.
We look forward to receiving your online-application by 27 October 2019.
If you have any questions, please contact:
Lisa-Marie Wosberg (email@example.com or +49 251 83 64429).
Please refer to our website to find out more about the conditions governing the appointment and other information about the professorship.
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