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The University of Calgary’s Faculty of Law is in the midst of a sustained period of growth and renewal. In its Strategic Plan - Energy.Skills.Excellence. - Calgary Law set itself the dual goals of enhancing its international eminence in the areas of energy, environmental and natural resources law and of continuing its position of national leadership in the area of experiential learning. Since 2011, we have made twelve new Faculty appointments, and we are looking to make further appointments to begin in 2016 and in years to follow.
The Faculty of Law invites applications for a Chair in Energy Market Regulation. The Chair will be held at the rank of Associate or Full Professor commensurate with qualifications and experience. This will be a Limited Term appoinmtnet for five years. The anticipated start date will be July 1, 2016, but alternate dates may be considered for exceptional candidates.
The Chair is being established thanks to the generosity of a consortium of donors. Applications will be welcomed from scholars and professionals who have an established record of top-quality, innovative, high-impact research and/or who have established an international reputation as a leading professional in the field of energy market regulation or energy law. The Chair holder will provide intellectual leadership and mentoring within the Faculty of Law, and among the broader community.
The Chair holder will teach in areas related to the mandate of the Chair in the JD and Graduate Law programs. He or she will also conduct an independent program of research and supervise graduate students. Experience with lecturing and innovative educational approaches, course development and coordination, and a demonstrated record of contribution to undergraduate teaching would be advantageous. Successful applicants will also be expected to make contributions to areas of service.
The successful applicant must have a JD/LLB, as well as an advanced degree in Law, Business, Economics or other related discipline, or commensurate professional experience.
Given the premium placed on collegiality, at the University of Calgary, candidates will also be expected to demonstrate a genuine commitment to constructive participation in the life of the School, the University and the broader professional community.
About the Faculty of Law
Calgary Law offers a JD, as well as a specialized LLM in Natural Resources, Energy and Environmental Law [NREEL]. The school also has a small cohort of doctoral students, and a post-graduate Certificate in the NREEL area. Calgary Law offers a joint JD / MBA program with the Haskayne School of Business, and a joint JD/MPP program with the School of Public Policy. As well, the Faculty has a uniquely-focused partnership with the University of Houston Law Center. The `International Energy Lawyers Program' enables students to earn both Canadian and American law degrees in four years and to apply for admission to Bars in the United States and Canada. For more information on the law school and its programs, see www.law.ucalgary.ca
How to Apply
Interested individuals should send a letter of application, curriculum vitae, and a statement of research interests and teaching philosophy to:
Dr. Ian Holloway, QC
University of Calgary |Faculty of Law
2500 University Drive NW | Murray Fraser Hall 4th Floor
Calgary, Alberta T2N 1N4
Phone (403) 220-5447 | Email email@example.com
Short-listed candidates will be required to provide three confidential letters of reference. Letters of application should indicate the rank at which appointment is being sought.
Completed applications received by December 22, 2015 will receive full consideration, though the review process will continue until the positions are filled.
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