Vacancy: Coordinator of student projects for the research group MLR

The research group Multilevel Regulation, headed by Dr. Barbara Warwas, is looking for a highly motivated student to perform tasks of a coordinator of student projects.

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What is the research group and what do we do?

We are one of the Centre of Expertise for Global Governance research groups whose role is to conduct research that is relevant for education, society, and the professional practice (see ). Our research investigates law as a driver of a societal change. In our research we want to stay at the forefront of the contemporary changes to the legal professional practice. One example is out of court dispute resolution (i.e. mediation or arbitration) that has been increasingly used in many new fields calling into question the orthodox ways in which law has traditionally been made, practiced, and complied with by citizens. 

We are now looking for a student who would coordinate and add shape to student-led projects.

What projects?

The student-led projects of the research group currently are:

1.     Podcast series

2.     Blog posts

3.     Internship updates, all included on our beautiful website:

Who are we looking for?

The applicant would ideally be in their 4th year of studies but motivated 3rd year students will be considered. She/he must have an interest in comparative law in general and dispute resolution (including mediation and arbitration) in particular. The position will be performed in English.

Some of the tasks on which the applicant would focus are:

  • Connecting students, the research group, different educational programmes, other external parties (i.e. The Lighthouse) for research and organizational purposes.
  • Coordinating the existing student projects
  • Coordinating the activities of the pool of students affiliated with the research group (i.e. communication and recruitment regarding research opportunities, events, ad hoc assignments)
  • Assisting in organizing events of the research group including student event
  • Performing research in the areas of the interest of the research group.

 The ideal candidate is pro-active, energetic, with high communication, (legal) writing, organizational, and project coordination skills. 

Are you interested?

The position is for 8 hours per week (0.2 fte). It is to begin as soon as possible. The position is initially for three months, with a possibility of extension subject to performance and the needs of the research group. The remuneration is in accordance with the applicable provisions of the HBO CAO Agreement (around 380 EUR per month).

If you are interested and you find all of the above exciting activities, please send your CV, short (half page maximum) motivation letter, and a one page writing sample to Mrs. Debora Spinabelli (  and Dr. Artemis Malliaropoulou ( by Friday 15 January 2021, 21:00 CET. In your motivation letter explain your interest and experience (if any) in comparative law and ADR and how you fit the vacancy profile. 

We look forward to reading your applications!