Vice-Chancellor's Fellow in Law
Northumbria University, Newcastle is a research-rich, business-focussed, professional university with a global reputation for academic excellence. Located in Newcastle upon Tyne, and with a campus in the heart of London’s financial district, Northumbria University is located in the UK’s best two cities for students. At Northumbria we are global in our scope and reach, with operations in London, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Indonesia and Singapore, and we remain the largest English provider in Hong Kong. The University continues its strong commitment to internationalism, including its valuable and long-standing links with Europe.
Working within the award winning Law School, which has an excellent reputation both for research and for learning and teaching, you will join a team of world-leading and internationally excellent legal scholars.
This post further reflects our ambitious research agenda, following extensive investment in research over the last decade. The successful candidate will contribute to one or more of our vibrant research groupings which include the Centre for Evidence and Criminal Justice Studies, and our signature research areas of Legal Education and Professional Skills, and Law and Society. The Law School also makes a significant contribution to the University-wide Multi-Disciplinary Research Theme of Environmental and Global Justice.
Additionally, we have dynamic and ambitious research groupings in empirical legal studies, gender sexuality and law, financial crime, humanities, medical and mental health, science and justice, and family justice.
You will have a PhD and a research record enabling you to make a contribution to REF2021, and have clear plans to enhance that contribution.
It is also essential that have had success in applying for external research funding and have appropriate knowledge of future potential funding bodies aligned to your area(s) of research interest. You will also contribute to our teaching activity (up to four hours per week).
For an informal discussion about the post, please contact Professor Chris Ashford, Director of Research, Northumbria Law School, on 0191 227 3010 or by email email@example.com