Oxford University Press, Professor Lorna McGregor and Stella Margariti are looking to invite experienced and recognised scholars to submit their applications for the position of Advisory Board Member of the ORIL International Human Rights (European Court of Human Rights) module. The ORIL International Human Rights (European Court of Human Rights) module consists of a database of headnotes pertaining to decisions of the European Court of Human Rights which are of importance for the development of the European Convention’s case law and the Court’s jurisprudence.
The main task of the members of the Advisory Board is to review draft headnotes prepared by our team of reporters. It is expected that each member should be able to review a batch of approximate 5 headnotes a month. Being a member of the Advisory Board is rewarded by a generous book voucher by Oxford University Press.
Applicants should possess:
- A PhD in international law or relevant experience in International Human Rights Law.
- Expertise in the European Convention of Human Rights case law.
- Current or past affiliation with the European Court of Human Rights would be an advantage.
Applications should include:
- a CV
- a short statement highlighting the applicant’s experience. Applications should be addressed to Dr Margariti and sent to email@example.com