Vacancy: General Editor at the European Human Rights Law Review

by | Oct 21, 2021

The European Human Rights Law Review is seeking a new General Editor. Responsibilities include working with the Deputy Editor and sub-editors of the Review to ensure that six high quality issues of the Review are published in accordance with the schedule each year and maintaining the highest possible academic and professional standards in the Review by developing an awareness of developments in the study and practice of human rights law.

The selection committee for the position of General Editor of the European Human Rights Law Review welcomes applications from any individual or pair or team of people who have high academic and/or professional standing in the field of European human rights law. Applications should be submitted before 17.00 GMT on Wednesday 17 November 2021. Find more details about the position and selection process here.

 

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