Breaking into and Succeeding in Academia: Tips for the first 5 Years

Esil Conference 2017 > Breaking into and Succeeding in Academia: Tips for the first 5 Years

The Organizing Committee of the 13th Annual ESIL Conference and the ESIL Board are pleased to announce the mentoring event “Breaking into and Succeeding in Academia: Tips for the first 5 Years”. The event will take place over lunch from 12:40 to 14:00 on Friday, 8 September.

 

The mentoring event, which builds on successful events in Oslo and Riga, will involve a focused exchange between junior and more experienced members of the ESIL community. Early career academics and graduate students will have the opportunity to register to take part in the event, and speak with up to three mentors.

The aim is to facilitate the flow of ideas and experience between people at different stages of their lives and careers in international law. Participants will speak one-on-one or in small groups of 2-3 people, for periods of 10-15 minutes about tips for success in academia. This may cover questions about finding and obtaining academic positions, developing research projects, type or frequency of publications, teaching tips, work/life balance, gender issues, and much more.

Places will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis, so make sure to secure your place by emailing us at esil.mentoring@unina.it

Please choose 2 mentors from the list attached. Please also indicate your areas of interest (e.g. law of the sea, international economic law, etc.). We will do our best to assign mentees to mentors on the basis of these preferences.

 

Registration closes on 15 August. 

 

List of mentors:
1. Prof. Freya Baetens, University of Oslo
2. Prof. Cecilia M. Bailliet, University of Oslo
3. Prof. Giulio Bartolini, University of Roma tre
4. Prof. Andrea Bianchi, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies
5. Prof. Catherine Brölmann, University of Amsterdam
6. Prof. Jutta Brunnée, University of Toronto
7. Prof. Carlos Espósito, Autonóma University of Madrid
8. Prof. Isabel Feichtner, University of Wuerzburg
9. Prof. Malgosia Fitzmaurice, Queen Mary University of London
10. Prof. Serena Forlati, University of Ferrara
11. Prof. Giorgio Gaja, International Court of Justice and University of Florence
12. Prof. Matthias Goldmann, Goethe Universität, Frankfurt am Main
13. Dr. Jenya Grigorova, Université Paris 1 – Panthéon-Sorbonne
14. Dr. Uglješa Grušić, University College London
15. Dr. Gleider Hernández, Durham University
16. Prof. Ellen Hey, Erasmus University Rotterdam
17. Dr. Anna-Maria Hubert, University of Calgary
18. Dr. Andrzej Jakubowski, Institute for Legal Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences
19. Prof. Nico Krisch, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies
20. Prof. Malcolm Langford, University of Oslo
21. Prof. Siobhán Mullally, University College Cork 22. Dr. Nilüfer Oral, Istanbul Bilgi University
23. Prof. Sundhya Pahuja, University of Melbourne
24. Prof. Riccardo Pavoni, University of Siena
25. Prof. Riccardo Pisillo Mazzeschi, University of Siena
26. Dr. Anne Saab, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies
27. Prof. Giorgio Sacerdoti, Bocconi University
28. Dr. Dana Schmalz, Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law
29. Prof. Yuval Shany, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
30. Dr. Paulina Starski, Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law
31. Prof. Attila Tanzi, University of Bologna
32. Prof. C. Cora True-Frost, Syracuse University College of Law
33. Prof. Nicholas Tsagourias, University of Sheffield
34. Dr. Ana Filipa Vrdoljak, University of Technology Sydney
35. Dr. Ralph Wilde, University College London
36. Prof. Jan Wouters, Catholic University of Leuven