The Walther Schücking Institute for International Law at Kiel University was founded in 1914 and is the oldest academic institution in Germany dedicated especially to international law. Today, research focuses mainly on Public International Law (notably Human Rights Law, International Heritage Protection, Peace and Security, International Environmental Law and Law of the Sea), European Law and Comparative Constitutional Law.
It houses the oldest and largest German academic library on international law as well as the UN Depository library. The three directors each have a team of research associates at the Ph.D. or postdoctoral level as well as student assistants.
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Work as part of a team in research projects on the law of the sea and international environmental law, literature search, drafting and correcting texts, assisting with the preparation of presentations and research papers
EUR 450.00 per month
Environmental Law - General
Public International Law - Advanced
English - Fluent
German - Good
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