Research Positions


research assistant to assoc prof elisa arcioni, sydney law school

Assoc Prof Elisa Arcioni is seeking a research assistant to work on a series of constitutional law projects - focused on the constitutional law cases decided by the High Court in 2019, as well as issues of citizenship/membership under the Constitution. The tasks will include research tasks, editing and formatting tasks. 

This is a casual position, beginning 4 November 2019 and extending to April 2020 (although applicants need not be available for the entire period – work hours are negotiable to take account of assessments, study, holidays and other commitments).

Applicants should send a brief application (max 2 pages), by email, including a cover letter addressing 1. statement of research, writing and editing skills and 2. approximate availability per week/fortnight, as well as their academic transcript.  Applicants must have completed Public Law and Federal Constitutional Law.

Applications will be accepted until 15 October, with the aim to have a final decision regarding the position made by 25 October. For more information please contact Elisa Arcioni: elisa.arcioni@sydney.edu.au


supreme court of western australia

A number of Research Associate and Research Orderly positions in the Supreme Court of Western Australia are currently open to applications, to begin in 2020. For information on individual positions and how to apply, please consult this document.