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Frankfurt am Main, 04.08.2022 12:00:00

The Frankfurt School of Finance & Management is one of Europe’s leading business schools. We invite applications for a part-time (50%) teaching faculty position Teaching Professor in Law.

This teaching position is located in the Department of Philosophy and Law, with a teaching focus on civil law, banking law, and digitalization law.  The successful candidate is expected to develop and teach courses in these focal areas and in general civil law for undergraduate and graduate business students. We are especially interested in this lecturer developing courses that bridge banking and digitalization law.

The successful candidate will have a proven track record successfully teaching civil, banking and digitalization law, evidenced by positively evaluated courses;  expertise to cover banking and digitalization law holistically;  the ability to design, develop and teach courses in both English and German;  a doctorate degree in law, preferably with honors; qualification to hold judicial office in accordance with Section 5(1) DRiG or equivalent qualifications to fulfill the requirements of §62 of the Hessian Higher Education Act; and practical experience in the candidate’s area of expertise.

The Frankfurt School offers a state-of-the-art campus and stimulating research and educational environment, with all the opportunities of a vibrant private business school. We value diversity and seek talented students, faculty, and staff from diverse backgrounds. The Frankfurt School is an equal opportunities employer.

The deadline for applications is September 15, 2022. Please submit your application including a CV, contact information for at least two references, three papers, and a record of teaching effectiveness (taught courses and evaluations) via Interfolio following this link:  The start date of the position is January 1, 2023, or earlier.

For inquiries about the position, please contact Gregory Wheeler, Professor of Philosophy and Computer Science, and Head of the Philosophy & Law Department, by email.

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