The University of Oklahoma College of Law is pleased to announce that applications and nominations are being accepted for the Herman G. Kaiser Chair in International Law. The Chair has been funded through a gift from the Herman G. Kaiser Foundation. It is intended for a legal scholar with an international reputation for research excellence and superior teaching skills in the fields of international law, comparative law, or both. The appointment will be at the full professor level with tenure. A competitive salary, along with significant research and travel support, is available through the endowment and state funding.
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