Hauser Global Law School Program Seeks Research Assistants for Spring 2020

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The Hauser Global Law School Program is currently accepting research assistant applications for Global Faculty who will be located at NYU School of Law during the spring 2020 semester. Research assistants must be NYU Law students.  Projects may include assisting with research and preparing course materials. Further details can be found below. The hourly rate is $15.00 and the number of hours per week is flexible. Please submit a resume and separate cover letter(s) addressed to the professor(s) you are interested in working with to by Monday February 3, 2020.

Susy Frankel
Courses:  Intellectual Property & Globalization Seminar; International Intellectual Property Law
Details: Projects relating to the protection of indigenous people’s intellectual property in free trade agreements and related issues.
Preferred Background/Experience: Interest in the above subject area and ability to search international materials.

Tarun Khaitan
Courses:  Comparative Constitutional Law; Theories of Discrimination Law Seminar; Upper-Level Reading Group: ‘The People’ in Constitutional Theory 
Details: Project on fourth branch institutions (electoral commissions, central banks etc) and another on political parties — both from a constitutional theory angle.
Preferred Background/Experience:
 Knowledge of constitutional law and legal theory. Having taken a course in comparative constitutional law is a plus, but not essential.

Mike Kobetsky
Courses:  Comparative Tax Policy Seminar: After the BEPS measures; Tax Treaties
Preferred Background/Experience: Experience in transfer pricing and the attribution of profits to permanent establishments and/or background in cross-border taxation and a knowledge of the OECD principles.

Friedrich Rosenfeld
  International Commercial Arbitration
Details: Assist with research for a book project on deference in international arbitration.The candidate should ideally have the ability to conduct extensive research of court decisions on arbitration from jurisdictions around the world.