Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Law

Lincoln, United Kingdom
£33,797 - £39,152
Oct 10, 2019
End of advertisement period
Nov 06, 2019
Academic Discipline
Social Sciences, Law
Contract Type
Full Time

Lincoln Law School

Location:  Lincoln
Please be advised that this role is full time, and there are 3 positions available
Closing Date:   Wednesday 06 November 2019
Interview Date:   Monday 25 November 2019

Lecturer salary from £33,797

Senior Lecturer salary from £39,152

Lincoln Law School is seeking to strengthen its academic and scholarship profile. Our vision is to be recognised nationally and internationally for excellence and innovation in teaching, research, extra-curricular activity and community engagement. As part of the College of Social Science, the School makes a fundamental contribution to the broader work of the University, and new colleagues will play a key role in moving the School forward to its next stage of development.

We are looking for enthusiastic Lecturers/Senior Lecturers to join a dynamic and vibrant community of academics and students. The Lecturer/Senior Lecturers in Law will be expected to make a significant contribution to the teaching of at least one of the core undergraduate modules in the School. In addition, we are looking to expand our teaching teams in the most popular elective modules and are particularly interested in hearing from candidates with an interest in European Law, Property Law and areas of Business and/or Corporate Law. We are also interested in hearing from candidates with experience of running a student Law Clinic or similar programme. Teaching, scholarship and wider research interests in other areas which will enhance the suite of modules offered by the School will also be welcome. 

Candidates will be expected to have a clear scholarship record and/or professional practice experience with evidence of engagement with scholarly activities. 

In addition to the above position, we are looking to appoint a number of Associate Lecturers in Law. Those interested in such a role should e-mail their CV and a short covering letter to the Head of the Law School, Prof. Matthew Hall -