If you know of students or young scholars who want to pursue a Phd studying international courts, please refer them to the generously funded posts available at iCourts in Denmark http://jura.ku.dk/icourts/news/icourts-phd-scholarships-nov2013/. Students from any country may apply, but they must have a Masters Degree in hand before beginning the program.
Two 3-year postdoctoral fellowships are also now available at iCourts, the Centre of Excellence for International Courts, Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen. The fellowships are to be carried out as part of the interdisciplinary EuroChallenge Project in combination with the overall iCourts research agenda. The center is looking for projects which address the broader question of the changing role of the “European legal-political space in a new global order? The global challenge to European markets, human rights and constitutionalized democracy”. See further here and apply on-line http://www.ku.dk/english/available_positions/vip/.