Du học ngành Luật (Law & Legal Studies, LLM, JD, SJD, PhD)

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    The European Doctorate in Law and Economics (EDLE

    The European Doctorate in Law and Economics (EDLE) is a joint international doctoral programme of three European universities with outstanding expertise in the field of Law and Economics:
    Bologna University, Italy
    Rotterdam University, Netherlands
    Hamburg University, Germany

    The European Doctorate in Law and Economics offers the unique opportunity to study Law and Economics on a phd-level in three different countries. Research topics of the EDLE are chosen within the general theme of ‘Tensions between efficiency and other goals of general interest’. The programme prepares both, economists and lawyers, for an academic career in a research field of growing importance.

    Scholarships and Admission

    Who Can Apply?
    Admission to the programme is open to applicants with a diploma or a bachelor and master degree in law or economics, or a comparable university degree (second cycle qualification) required by the partner universities for admission to doctoral studies.

    EDLE is a structured programme in the economic analysis of law on a doctoral level. Therefore, a thorough previous knowledge in the field of law and economics is required, as well as basic knowledge of microeconomics and calculus. If you lack specific knowledge on the economic analysis of law, you should consider applying for the EMLE programme, where this knowledge can be acquired

    For the academic year 2010-2011, 16 scholarships are available:
    10 scholarships are provided by the European Commission under the Erasmus Mundus scheme (6 for Category A and 4 for Category B),
    6 by the partner universities (University of Bologna, Hamburg Institute of Law and Economics, Rotterdam Institute of Law and Economics).

    Mundus Category A scholarships are reserved to applicants who: i) do not come from an “EU-area” country (EU Member States, Iceland, Norway and Lichtenstein, Turkey, Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, and Switzerland); and ii) are not residents nor have carried out their main activity (studies, work, etc.) for a period equal or longer than a total of 12 months over the last five years in “EU-area” countries. This rule does not apply to non “EU-area” candidates who have previously received an Erasmus Mundus scholarship in order to follow an Erasmus Mundus Master Programme.

    Mundus Category B scholarships are reserved to applicants who do not fulfil the Category A criteria defined above.

    Mundus scholarships provide a gross income of Euro 33,600 per year, for 3 years. This roughly amounts to a net income of Euro 1600 per month.
    On top of the monthly salary, Mundus scholars benefit from a fixed contribution to the travel, installation and any other types of costs for a maximum of Euro 7500 (Cat. A) or Euro 3000 (Cat B.).

    Beneficiaries of Mundus scholarships will enter a full-time employment contract with the University of Bologna. Individuals who have already benefited from an Mundus doctoral scholarship are not eligible for a second grant. Mundus scholars cannot benefit from other Community grants while carrying out their doctoral activities.
    The scholarships offered by the Erasmus University of Rotterdam provide a gross income of approx. €25,000 per year, for 4 years (net income of about Euro 1400 per month); those offered by the University of Bologna approx. € 13.638,47 (gross) per year for 3 years (net income of about € 1038,61), with an additional 50% increase for the periods of research spent abroad (up to 18 months total). The scholarships offered by the University of Hamburg amounts to approx. €13,200 per year for 3 years (net monthly amount € 930 after insurance deduction).

    Scholarships of the different types will be awarded according to merit.

    Tuition Fees
    For the Academic Year 2010/2011 tuition fees amount to Euro 3,600 per year. The scholarships listed above also cover the tuition fees.
    Applications are submitted online and must include the following documents:
    1) CV with information on academic, professional and other education (Europass model),
    2) official transcripts of previous degrees (in English),
    3) two reference letters,
    4) a letter of motivation with a prospective research proposal and,
    5) a certificate of English proficiency (FCE, CAE, CPE, BEC, British Chamber of Commerce, Trinity College, TOEFL, IELTS) in case the applicant’s native language is not English. Applicants who have attended, for a period of at least 6 months, to university courses held in English do not need to submit the certificate,
    6) academic work, if available (at most two papers),
    7) copy of valid ID.

    The deadline for applications is:
    31 December 2009 for Mundus Category A Scholarships
    30 April 2010 for all other applicants.
    Applications can only be submitted online from 2 November, 2009 to 31 December 2009 (Mundus Category A), and from 1st March 2010 to 30 April 2010 (all others).


    Applicants will be selected on the basis of their academic merit and their capability of carrying out high-level scientific research activity in the field of the economic analysis of law, and in compliance with Mundus regulations. Good knowledge of English is a prerequisite.

    In order to acquire additional information, the Selection Commission may interview short-listed applicants. The consortium follows a non-discrimination admission policy.

    Mundus Category A applicants who fail to obtain the Mundus scholarships will be considered for the other scholarships offered by the consortium. Thus, Non EU-Area citizens do not need to submit their application twice.

    For further details please open the following link: EDLE
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    PhD Scholarships in Law at University of Copenhagen

    The Faculty of Law has a number of vacant Ph.D. scholarships available.
    All research projects within the discipline of Legal Science are considered. However, the faculty will give priority to applications within the research areas of the Faculty’s research centres. Further information on the research centres can be found on the website: Centres and service units University of Copenhagen
    The faculty’s research centres call for project proposals the following areas of research:

    Centre for European Constitutionalization (CEC):
    European Human Rights Protection after the Lisbon-Treaty
    The institutional balance of power after the Lisbon-Treaty – a supranational / national
    Power, democracy and the media – the right to be informed
    Further information is available on the website: CEC - Centre for European Constitutionalization University of Copenhagen
    Contact: Associate Professor Jens Elo Rytter, tel. +45 35 32 31 01, e-mail jens.elo.rytter@jur.ku.dk
    Centre for Pension Law:
    Change management in occupational pension schemes. The project may be limited to specific items, e.g.:
    Under what circumstances may agreed conditions be altered by decision of the pension institute, the employer or the trade unions?
    What is the impact of the act on the transfer of undertakings (virksomhedsoverdrag-elsesloven) for the continuation of existing pension schemes in mergers and acquisitions?
    Pension conditions and actuarial decisions. The project may be limited to specific items, e.g.:
    The relationship between the technical basis in life insurance and contract provisions.
    What are the limits according to contract rules and under financial supervision for allocating bonus?

    EU rules on free movement in occupational pension schemes
    Liability of the pension institute for incorrect counselling. The project may be limited to specific items, e.g.:
    Liability of the pension institute when the insured costumers are given the possibility to select a new scheme
    Liability of specific costumers
    Further information is available on the website: Centre for Pension Law University of Copenhagen
    Contact: Professor, dr.jur. Mads Bryde Andersen, tel. +45 35 32 31 33, e-mail mads.bryde.andersen@jur.ku.dk
    Centre for Studies in Legal Culture:
    Legal Knowledge 1: The importance of legal knowledge in the genesis of legal regulation and how this knowledge is competing with other forms of knowledge.
    Legal knowledge 2: This Project involves an analysis of the importance of information systems for the way in which legal problems are analysed, adjudicated and decided.
    Legal knowledge 3: An investigation of Case Law under Article 7 CISG (United Nations International Sales Convention), illuminating in particular the regard which courts and arbitral tribunals have to the international character of the Convention and the need to promote uniformity in its application, as well as the settlement of matters governed by the Convention but not expressly settled in it. Relevant comparison with case law under similar provisions in other international and/or regional contexts is also invited. Contact: Professor, dr.jur. Joseph Lookofsky, tel. +45 35 32 31 35, e-mail joseph.lookofsky@jur.ku.dk
    Gender and Self-Determination: An investigation of the interrelationship between gender and self-determination in the light of developments in international law and human rights in the 20th century and related to understandings and discussions of legal culture. Contact: Professor, dr. jur. Hanne Petersen, tel. +45 35323132, e-mail hanne.petersen@jur.ku.dk
    The 1866 reform of criminal law, and its wider significance for, among other things, the subsequent 1930 reform of criminal law. Contact: Professor, dr.jur. et phil. Ditlev Tamm, tel. +45 35 32 31 67, e-mail ditlev.tamm@jur.ku.dk
    Projects which entirely or partly falls within the fields of legal history, sociology of law and legal philosophy/jurisprudence or a combination of these. We welcome any research proposals within in this broad field, but would particularly like to encourage projects which address the increasing internationalisation of law and the legal profession.
    Further information is available on the website: Centre for Studies in Legal Culture University of Copenhagen
    Contact: Professor, dr.jur. Henrik Palmer Olsen, tel. +45 35 32 32 19, e-mail henrik.palmer.olsen@jur.ku.dk
    Centre for Enterprise Liability:
    Flexibility and stability in long term contracts
    Health and safety at the workplace
    Modern contractual arrangements in the construction sector
    Further information is available on the website: Centre for Enterprise Liability University of Copenhagen
    Contact: Professor, dr.jur. Vibe Ulfbeck, tel. +45 35 32 31 48, e-mail vibe.ulfbeck@jur.ku.dk
    Forum for Company Law and Financial Market Law (FOCOFIMA):
    Studies in the regulation of banks and similar credit institutions within European and Danish law
    Crisis regulation of financial companies
    Harmonisation of the capital markets within EU
    Sanctions in business law, criminal or civil remedies in European and national law
    The legal foundation of accounting law, making and using rules and norms in accounting
    The regulation of collective investment funds (UCITS)
    Further information is available on the website: FOCOFIMA - Forum for Company Law and Financial Market Law University of Copenhagen
    Contact: Professor, dr.jur. Jesper Lau Hansen, tel. +45 35 32 31 95, e-mail jesper.lau.hansen@jur.ku.dk
    Legal Studies in Welfare and EU Market Integration (WELMA):
    Danish legal and legislative language as a tool in European market integration
    The labour law concept of ?employee? in a national and European context
    Children?s rights as Union citizens after the Lisbon treaty
    Citizen?s access to efficient information and advice on union rights including human rights
    Further information is available on the website: WELMA - Legal Studies in Welfare and EU Market Integration University of Copenhagen
    Contact: Professor, dr.jur. Kirsten Ketscher, tel. +45 35 32 31 87, e-mail kirsten.ketscher@jur.ku.dk
    The Faculty of Law has furthermore the following Ph.D. scholarships within the area of Climate and Environment. These scholarships are financed partly through the Danish Agency for Science, Technology and Innovation:
    Topic 1: Climate Convention, Kyoto Protocol and after 2012
    a. Comparative analysis of the Kyoto-protocol and the EC Directive on emission
    trading – could the principles for emission trading within the EC be transferred into a global regime?
    b. Enforcement of the international obligations under Kyoto and the EC-obligations to reduce greenhouse gas emission – from a macro as well as a micro perspective
    c. How to deal with greenhouse gas emission from maritime and aviation transport in the future: – within or outside the scope of the Climate Convention, cap and/or taxation
    Topic 2: Climate and Sustainable Energy Use
    a. CO2 storage and the legal challenges in an international, EU and Danish legal perspective, including the licensing regimes, liability and relation to the CO2-quota regime.
    b. Energy efficiency, conservation and demand control and an analysis and evaluation of the regulatory instruments in an international, EU and Danish comparative legal context. Issues related standard harmonisation, requirements to exclusion of ineffective products and the relation to international trade and free competition should be incorporated.
    c. Renewable energy and an analysis of the different legal problems each energy form gives rise to e.g. biofuels, solar and wind energy. How do requirements and support systems play together with an open energy market, public service-obligations, physical planning and private property rights?
    d. How is a reliable energy supply ensured within the framework of EU with its trans-boundary infrastructure, and how does it fit into a global liberalised market? An analysis of the external and administrative competence of EU and the member states? authorities should be included together with the correlation to the internal market, nature and planning legislation.
    Topic 3: Climate, Renewable Energy and Regulation of Energy – Emission Trading.
    a. Emission trading in an International Law and EU law perspective.
    b. Emission quota for greenhouse gasses: – legal status, allocation, banking, trading and revocation.
    c. Emission trading and state aid – how to comply with polluter pays principle.
    Further information is available on the website: The PhD Programme University of Copenhagen
    Contact:Professor,dr.jur. Peter Pagh, tel.+45 35 32 31 27, e-mail peter.pagh@jur.ku.dk
    Applicants may apply for scholarships within the above mentioned research areas or within other disciplines of Legal science.
    The Faculty?s Ph.D. Programme
    The purpose of the Faculty?s Ph.D. Programme is both to prepare the student for a continuing career in legal research and teaching and to educate highly qualified labour relevant to both the public and private sectors. The degree assures research qualifications at an international level.
    Applicants must have an educational background that corresponds to the Danish LL.M.-degree or equivalent qualifications.
    Students who are expecting to graduate this term and are awaiting the evaluation of their dissertation may apply.
    Applicants must document an aptitude for scientific work, for instance through a high assessment of their dissertations and must also be able to undertake the highly demanding task of independently writing a Ph.D. dissertation.
    During the 3-year Ph.D. Programme you are required to
    Participate in research environments outside the Faculty of Law – usually through study periods abroad.
    Complete the Faculty?s Ph.D. study Programme – some travelling including to international conferences, courses, and meetings should be expected.
    Teach – typically bachelor or master courses.
    The Faculty of Law, which is situated at the heart of Copenhagen, offers supervision by highly qualified legal academics, and gives you the opportunity to explore contemporary research issues in a supportive atmosphere. The Faculty of Law provides you with financial support which makes it possible for you to participate in international conferences and to develop your analytical skills in a highly professional research environment.
    General information
    Can be found on the website: The PhD Programme University of Copenhagen
    Can be obtained by contacting Ph.D. Coordinator Gitte Schreyer, tel. +45 35 32 35 21, email: gitte.schreyer@jur.ku.dk
    Academic information
    Prior to applying applicants are welcome to contact Head of Ph.D. Programme, Professor, dr.jur. Henrik Palmer Olsen, tel. +45 35 32 32 19 or e-mail: henrik.palmer.olsen@jur.ku.dk
    Application procedure
    A special application form is needed. In this you can find guidelines as well as information about which supplementary documents you will need to enclose in your application.
    The application form can be obtained from the website The PhD Programme University of Copenhagen or by contacting Gitte Schreyer,
    tel. +45 35 32 35 21 or e-mail: gitte.schreyer@jur.ku.dk
    Everyone interested is encouraged to apply regardless of age, race, religion, or ethnic group. Foreign applicants must be able to present and document qualifications equivalent to a Danish Master degree. Applicants supported by external finances must be able to document such.
    Terms of employment
    Employment will take place according to the agreement between The Danish Confederation of Professional Associations and the Ministry of Finance about the salary of Ph.D. Students. Furthermore, there will be a personal pension bonus corresponding to the difference between the seniority increment received as a principal according to the new wage system for academics on a group contract basis and the pay of a Ph.D. student. The scholarship can normally not be extended.
    Last date for application
    The application must be made to Dean Henrik Dam. 6 copies of the application form and enclosures must be sent or delivered to The Faculty of Law, Studiegaarden, Studiestraede 6, DK-1455 Copenhagen K. The envelope must be marked ?Journal No.: 211-0377/09-6540″ and “PH.D. APPLICATION”. Application form and enclosures must be received on the above mentioned address no later than February 5, 2010 at 12.00 noon.
    The Faculty of Law is one of eight faculties at the University of Copenhagen. The Faculty carries out research, education and knowledge dissemination within the area of law. The research is partly organised in research centres and groups. The Faculty employs about 75 full time researchers and app. 35 Ph.D. scholars as well as app. 70 administrative staff members. There are app. 400 part time instructors contributing to the teaching of app. 4.000 law students.

    Visit the Faculty website: English University of Copenhagen

    Deadline: 05-02-2010
    Publisher: Faculty of Law
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    PhD Positions in Law at Maastricht University Graduate School of Law

    PhD Positions in Law at Maastricht University Graduate School of Law

    PhD researchers participate in the Maastricht University Graduate School of Law PhD Training program, starting September 2010. They will prepare a PhD thesis within one of the core research programmes of the Ius Commune or the Human Rights Research School. Supervision will be provided by individually assigned senior researchers. At least 80 % of the position will be dedicated to research and not more than 20% to teaching activities. PhD researchers join the faculty department in the field linked to the theme of their research proposal.
    Research projects are incorporated in faculty research groups, which are all part of one of the research programmes of the inter-university research schools Ius Commune and Human Rights. Ius Commune research responds to the increasing need for comparative law and the Europeanization and internationalization of the law. It focuses on European private law (contracts, tort, civil procedure, property, family law, corporate law); comparative constitutional and administrative law, European law (institutions and substantive), international economic law and intellectual property law. Within the domain of Human Rights the focus is on globalisation and human rights and on criminal law in an international context. For more information on the research programmes and contact persons Maastricht University: Research programme

    Faculty researchers also take advantage of the academic setting within the Faculty Institutes, such as the Maastricht Centre for Human Rights, The METRO Institute for Transnational Legal Research, The Institute for Globalisation and International regulation (IGIR), the Maastricht Montesquieu Institute, the Maastricht Forensic Institute tMFI and the Institute for Corporate Law ICGI, Governance and Innovation Policies and the Maastricht Graduate School of Law.
    The Maastricht Graduate School of Law offers PhD researchers and talented honours students a stimulating and internationally oriented environment for legal research, supervision and education. The School now hosts almost 60 PhD Researchers, half of whom are foreign nationals. For all current PhD-projects Maastricht University: Current PhD projects

    University graduated Masters with relevant degrees and excellent grades. Motivated and determined researchers possessing first-rate analytical and writing skills in English and preferably also in Dutch. Candidates are invited to apply with their own research proposals (using the Applicationform 2010, which can be downloaded through the attach below on this page) which should fit within one of the faculty research themes. For current faculty research themes Maastricht University: Research themes

    Conditions of employment
    Your salary would be € 2.042,- gross per month in the first year up to € 2.612,- gross per month in the fourth year according to the PhD-student salary.
    The terms of employment of Maastricht University are set out in the Collective Labour Agreement of Dutch Universities (CAO). Furthermore, local UM provisions also apply. For more information look at the website Maastricht University: Home
    , A-Z Terms of Employment.
    Contract type
    4 years
    Faculty of Law
    The Faculty of Law contains six departments:Private Law (Civil Law, Company and Business Law), Public Law (Constitutional, Administrative and Social Law), International and European Law, Criminal Law and Criminology, Foundations and Methods of Law and Tax Law. Research is conducted within the inter-faculty research schools Ius Commune and Human Rights and in the faculty research institutes, one of them being the Maastricht Graduate School of Law.
    The Maastricht Graduate School of Law offers PhD researchers and talented students research-, supervision- and education-facilities.
    PhD researchers join the faculty department in the field linked to the theme of their research proposal.
    Additional information
    Additional information may be obtained from Dr. Jos Hamers (Associate director Maastricht Graduate School of Law), Tel +31 43 388 3248 /2067, E-mail: j.hamers@maastrichtuniversity.nl or Mrs. Frederike Vernimmen – de Jong LLM (Program manager Maastricht Graduate School of Law), Tel. + 31 43 388 2027/2067, E-mail: Frederike.vernimmen@maastrichtuniversity.nl. For more information regarding faculty research themes please contact the relevant programme manager via http://www.maastrichtuniversity.nl/graduateschooloflaw/PhDresearchprogramme
    The short URL code for this job opening is: 3008
    Direct link to this job http://www.academictransfer.com/3008

    Attachment http://www.academictransfer.com/media/attachment/2010/01/26/10.01.25._Application_form_PhD_position.doc

    Location: Maastricht, 6200 MD, Limburg
    Function types: PhD positions, Education
    Education: University Graduate
    Hours: 38.0 hours per week
    Salary: € 2042 – € 2612
    End procedure: 14 March 2010
    Job number: 2010.5

  4. HaiAu

    HaiAu Thèm thuồng

    Tôi nghĩ bác nào theo học và làm nghiên cứu về ngành luật thì hãy thử làm những đề tài liên quan đến việc giải quyết tranh chấp biên giới lãnh thổ và phân định biển (maritime boundary delimitation) bằng luật pháp quốc tế thử xem sao. Hiện nay trên thế giới đang tồn tại nhiều vấn đề tranh chấp lãnh thổ biên giới (bộ, biển), nhưng hệ thống tòa án quốc tế dường như chưa giải quyết được hết các vụ tranh chấp, nên còn có rất nhiều đề tài trong lĩnh vực này.

    Ví dụ: Có thể làm đề tài về việc áp dụng cho mở một phiên tòa có thể là International Court of Justice để giải quyết vấn đề tranh chấp các Quần đảo Hoàng Sa, Trường Sa và các quần đảo khác trên Biển Đông, hoặc giải quyết tranh chấp về đường phân định ranh giới trên biển (maritime boundary delimitation, lưu ý đường này không phải là đường lãnh hải) ở trên Biển Đông.

    Trước đây vùng Biển Bắc (North Sea) cũng có tranh chấp về đường phân định ranh giới về tài nguyên (dầu khí) - cho vùng đặc quyền kinh tế và thềm lục địa, và người ta đã sử dụng hệ thống tòa án của UN để giải quyết, kết quả là các quốc gia xung quanh Biển Bắc dường như là chấp nhận một giải pháp phân định ranh giới phân chia theo đường trung tuyến và các đảo không có người ở chỉ được hưởng quy chế đường cơ sở và 12 hải lý lãnh hải mà không được hưởng quy chế 200 hải lý vùng đặc quyền kinh tế và thềm lục địa.

    Các ví dụ điển hình, hoặc án lệ về việc phân định đường ranh giới trên biển một cách công bằng có thể áp dụng được cho Biển Đông nhằm có thể xóa đi được cái đường lưỡi bò kỳ quái/phi lý của Trung Quốc trên Biển Đông nhằm chiếm tới 75-80% vùng Biển Đông.

    Các bác đang làm/hoặc muốn làm nghiên cứu về ngành luật có thể tham khảo trang sau:


    thử xem sao. Rất có thể sau khi đọc thông tin ở đó, có thể có những ý tưởng giải quyết tranh chấp trên Biển Đông bằng các phiên tòa quốc tế. Và những ý tưởng này có thể trở thành đề tài làm nghiên cứu.

    Trân trọng
    Hải Âu
    Quỹ Nghiên c̗u Biển Đông: Quỹ Nghiên Cứu Biển Äông
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  5. thi_roby

    thi_roby Thèm thuồng

    Em chào các bác, em mới lơ ngơ vào diễn đàn và đặc biệt thích thú với topic này, đây là những thông tin mà em đã phải tìm hiểu bao công sức mà cũng không được nhiều như vậy.
    Em muốn hỏi các bác là trên thế giới có những trường nào có khóa học LLM về ngành Luật Năng lượng mà chất lượng ổn ổn không? Em rất quan tâm đến ngành luật này mà search google nát ra cũng không thấy mấy ạ.

    Em cám ơn các bác rất nhiều.
  6. Hanoicuatoi

    Hanoicuatoi Thèm thuồng

    Xin các bạn lời khuyên

    Mình theo ngành luật,LLM. Hiện tại mình có 3 offers của các trường Penn State,Temple và Indiana, campus Bloomington.
    Mình muốn hỏi ý kiến các bạn những ai có thông tin,hiểu biết về những trường trên, mình nên chọn học ở đâu.

    Cám ơn nhiều.:)
  7. thi_roby

    thi_roby Thèm thuồng

    Chào bạn, mình có quen 1 ông anh học LLM bên US, giờ đang làm tại Baker&McKenzie tại Việt Nam, nếu mình nhớ không nhầm ông í học Uni of Pittsburgh. Nếu bạn muốn mình có thể cho bạn email của ông í để hỏi thêm về các trường luật bên đó, hy vọng giúp được bạn.
    Mình cũng đang nghiên cứu các trường bên đó, cũng đi học về Law. Bạn cho mình YM để trao đổi được không?
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  8. Khai Nguyên

    Khai Nguyên Thèm thuồng

    các anh chị trong topic này có thể chia sẻ kinh nghiệm với em được không a...cũng 7 năm r mà h em mới mò tới đây :D Em muốn phát triển sự nghiệp học thuật ngành luật ở nước ngoài :D

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