I. FLIA Scholars

Role Description

FLIA Scholars are experts who join FLIA by invitation, recommendation and request. FLIA Scholars’ roles include:

  1. Offering academic support to FLIA programs;
  2. Joining FLIA research projects and designing research plans;
  3. Leading and supervising certain FLIA research projects and assigning work for FLIA Research Fellows and Research Assistants;
  4. Producing and publicizing research on behalf of FLIA research teams; 
  5. Using FLIA logos on appropriate occasions.

 

Benefits as a FLIA Scholar

FLIA Scholars are privileged to attend FLIA programs and events and proactively participate in global academic communication.

  1. Host and join global research projects subsidized by FLIA or FLIA partnerships;
  2. Get assistance from FLIA research teams;
  3. Share links to personal websites or blogs through FLIA’s virtual media;
  4. Enjoy priority publishing status for FLIA Publications and FLIA Blogs;
  5. Share ideas or news with membership and audience from all over the world in FLIA programs;
  6. Reach out to FLIA’s global network for academic resources, information, and other assistance;
  7. Impact government and enterprise policies and operations through FLIA.

 

Minimum Requirements to Become a FLIA Scholar

  1. Completion of terminal professional or academic graduate degree required; Ph.D. highly desirable;
  2. Established scholarly or professional reputation

II. FLIA Research Fellows

Role Description

  1. Take an organizing role in FLIA research projects under the direction of FLIA Scholars;
  2. Assist FLIA Scholars in designing research plans and timelines;
  3. Supervise the work of Research Assistants and Research Interns as assigned by FLIA Scholars;
  4. Produce and publicize research on behalf of FLIA research teams; and
  5. Use FLIA logos on appropriate occasions

 

Benefits as a FLIA Research Fellow

  1. Join global research projects subsidized by FLIA or FLIA partnerships;
  2. Get assistance from FLIA research teams;
  3. Share links to personal websites or blogs through FLIA’s virtual media;
  4. Enjoy priority publishing status for FLIA Publications and FLIA Blogs;
  5. Share ideas or news with membership and audience from all over the world in FLIA programs;
  6. Reach out to FLIA’s global network for academic resources, information, and other assistance.

 

Minimum Requirements to Become a FLIA Research Fellow

  1. Completion of terminal professional or academic graduate degree required; Ph.D. highly desirable;
  2. Record of publications.

III. FLIA Research Assistants

Role Description

  1. Assist FLIA Scholars and Research Fellows in conducting research;
  2. Complete work assigned by FLIA Scholars or Research Fellows;
  3. Produce and publicize research on behalf of FLIA research teams;
  4. Identify important topics in the field;
  5. Summarize key academic work and practical information in the field;
  6. Conduct research on the topics and write up presentable reports/ articles (in Chinese/English);
  7. Translate based on the need of the project or the supervisor.

 

Benefits to be a FLIA Research Assistant

  1. Work with global research teams to seek advanced specialized knowledge and experience in a particular area involving law and international affairs;
  2. Pursue participation in global scholarship and seek skills improvement through teamwork with outstanding FLIA Scholars and research teams from all over the world;
  3. Enjoy priority publishing status for FLIA Publications and FLIA Blogs;
  4. Share ideas or news with membership and audience from all over the world in FLIA programs;
  5. Reach out to FLIA’s global network for academic resources, information, and other assistance.

 

Minimum Requirements to Become a Research Assistant

  1. Completion of bachelor’s degree or current enrollment in a master’s program required, master’s degree preferred;
  2. At least three (3) months experience as a FLIA Research Intern;
  3. Working proficiency in English required;
  4. Knowledge of at least one topic at the intersection of law and international affairs.

IV. FLIA Research Interns

Role Description

  1. Join the research projects on a specific topic;
  2. Participate in the programs that are relevant with the topic;
  3. Identify important topics in the field;
  4. Summarize key academic work and practical information in the field;
  5. Conduct research on the topics and write up presentable reports/ articles (in Chinese/English);
  6. Translate based on the need of the project or the supervisor;
  7. Participate in other work depending on availability

 

Benefits as a FLIA Research Intern

  1. Work with global research team to seek advanced and specialized knowledge and experience in a particular area involving law and international affairs;
  2. Pursue participation in global scholarship and seek skills improvement through teamwork with outstanding FLIA Scholars and research teams from all over the world;
  3. Potential opportunities for official positions in FLIA and recommendations for graduate programs, internships, research assistantships, and other job opportunities.

 

Minimum Requirements to Become a FLIA Research Intern

  1. Completion of bachelor’s degree or current enrollment in master’s program required, master’s degree preferred (extraordinary senior student may be considered);

  2. Working proficiency in English required;
  3. Knowledge of at least one topic at the intersection of law and international affairs

 

Contact Us

If you would like to contribute your time, knowledge, leadership and thoughtfulness to the various reserach projects and other programs, please contact us at contact@flia.org along with your resume and a cover letter expalining your interest and commiment in joining us. You are the one we are waiting for!

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