Berkeley Law is offering a fellowship in Chinese law and society. Qualified applicants must have strong English language skills, be engaged in full-time law teaching or academic research, hold a primary appointment in Mainland China or Hong Kong, and hold a Ph.D. or S.J.D. The position is also open to qualified individuals seeking to do empirical research on China’s intellectual property system for the next academic year (2020-2021).
The deadline for applying is November 15. Interested applicants can write to Rstern@law.berkeley.edu for additional information, as well as to request any necessary extension of time to apply.