International Law in China: Teaching at Johns Hopkins in Nanjing
I have had the distinct pleasure of spending my spring and summer as a visiting scholar at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies in Washington, D.C. SAIS offers a program of studies in international law and organizations (something only a handful of other public policy/political science graduate programs in the the U.S. can boast about), with a full range of courses in public international law and international economic regulations. And, at a time when China is the place to be, Johns Hopkins can proudly claim to have been on the ground in China for over two decades. The SAIS Center in Nanjing is currently looking for talented law professors — in particular international and comparative law specialists — to teach in China during the 2009-2010 academic year. Full information about this great opportunity and the application process is here.