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We are seeking someone with a law degree for a 12 month position (possibility of contract renewal). Applicants should have demonstrated commitment to human rights and civil liberties, and familiarity with human rights law. Education or teaching experience necessary. Some travel is involved.
Please send current resume, transcript, and three references to the address below. Deadline: Friday, December 4, 2015.
Alberta Civil Liberties Research Centre
2350 Murray Fraser Hall
University of Calgary, Faculty of Law
2500 University Drive N.W.
Calgary, Alberta T2N 1N4
phone (403) 220-2505
fax (403) 284-0945
Our mission is to promote respect for civil liberties and human rights in Alberta through research and education to contribute to a more just and inclusive community.
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