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Monday, March 25, 2013

Part-time researcher sought for Osgoode Society Website

The Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History is about to launch its new website. We are looking to hire a person to work with the website, largely developing new content but also updating book reviews etc. The person chosen will work under the supervision of the editor-in-chief, Jim Phillips, and the website co-ordinator, Mary Stokes. The job does not entail uploading the content, just producing it.

The person selected will be asked to work at least an average of 10 hours a week, starting sometime in April 2013, and be able to continue to do so for at least the remainder of 2013. More hours may be available.  Remuneration will be between $20 and $25 an hour, depending on qualifications.  Applicants should have a good knowledge of Canadian history, and familiarity with doing basic research in secondary and primary resources.

For more information, or to apply (with a c.v.), please contact

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