Teaching Assistant / Lecturer / Assistant Professor (Law & Technology - Faculty of Law)

28 Sep 2023
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28 Oct 2023
Contract Type
Fixed Term
Full Time

Job Description

NUS Law is adding a new compulsory course, Law & Technology, to its LLB programmes starting from August 2024. The course examines the law as it applies to the use of technology (eg, computer crime, digital assets and data protection) and technology as it applies to the law and legal practice (eg, fundamentals of coding, software tools for legal practice and quantitative legal analysis). 

We are offering ongoing, teaching-focused positions, to recruit staff to assist us with teaching the course. Responsibilities will include giving lectures and leading tutorials and, for more experienced appointments, course co-ordination and curriculum development. Staff will also have opportunities to teach elective courses in the technology/IP field. 

We are willing to consider appointments on either a full-time or part-time basis, and can accommodate those who wish to combine legal practice with work in academia. Appointments could be made, for example, as a Teaching Assistant, Lecturer or Assistant Professor (educator-track). NUS offers a highly competitive salary, annual leave and other benefits; the remuneration package will depend upon the nature of the appointment.

Applicants should hold a law degree (and preferably a Master’s-level degree in law or technology) and have expertise in aspects of law and technology. 

About NUS Law

NUS Law is consistently ranked as the leading law school in Asia and one of the very best in the world. The law school has more than 60 academic staff members and more than 1200 undergraduate and postgraduate students.

Apart from the LL.B. and J.D. programmes, NUS Law also offers double-degree programmes in law and business, law and economics, law and life sciences, and a concurrent degree programme in law and public policy (with the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy). It has a vibrant postgraduate community of students working towards the LL.M. (with or without specialisation) and Ph.D. degrees. The research culture is strengthened by multiple centres of excellence and strong funding for a broad spectrum of legal scholarship.

For more information on NUS Law, please visit:

More Information

To apply, please visit for more information. If you have any queries, you may e-mail the Search Committee Secretariat  (
Location: NUS Law
Organization: National University of Singapore
Department: Faculty of Law

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