- Conduct and lead research in the range of international dispute resolution mechanisms, primarily conciliation, mediation, arbitration and adjudication, involving both states and private parties.
- Conceptualize and lead conferences, seminars, workshops and training in international dispute resolution, and take a key role in CIL’s annual Singapore International Arbitration Academy and International Law Year in Review Conference.
Candidates must have a law degree and at least 5 years of experience in private or government practice. Also required are highly developed research and writing skills; strong leadership, organizational and communications skills. An LLM and/or a PhD in a relevant international law area being highly desirable. Candidates from the region and/or with knowledge of regional language(s) will have an advantage.
- Letter of interest
- Two writing samples
- The names/contact information of two referee