Program Hiring Post-Graduate Academic Fellows

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Opportunities for Postdoctoral and Doctoral Corporate Governance Fellows

The Program on Corporate Governance at Harvard Law School (HLS) is pleased to announce that it is seeking applications from highly qualified candidates who are interested in working with the Program as Post-Doctoral or Doctoral Corporate Governance Fellows.

Applications are considered on a rolling basis, and the start date is flexible. Appointments are commonly for one year, but, contingent on business and funding, the appointment period can be extended for additional one-year period/s.

Candidates should have a J.D., LL.M., or S.J.D. from a U.S. law school by the time they commence their fellowship. Candidates still pursuing an S.J.D. are eligible so long as they will have completed their program’s coursework requirements by the time they start.

During the term of their appointment, Fellows will be in residence at HLS and will be required to work on research and other activities of the Program, depending on their skills, interests, and Program needs. The position includes a competitive fellowship salary and Harvard University benefits. Fellows will also be able to spend time on their own projects.

Applicants should have an interest in corporate governance and in academic or policy research in this field. Former Fellows of the Program (e.g., Scott Hirst (BU), Robert Jackson (NYU), Marcel Kahan (NYU), Kobi Kastiel (Tel-Aviv), Yaron Nili (Wisconsin), and Holger Spamann (Harvard)) teach in many leading law schools in the U.S. and abroad.

Interested candidates should submit a CV, transcripts, a writing sample, and a cover letter to the coordinator of the Program, Ms. Marzieh Noori, at The cover letter should describe the candidate’s experience, reasons for seeking the position, career plans, and the period during which they would like to work with the Program.

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