Lecturer in EU Law
Lecturer in EU Law
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Durham University is one of the world’s top research intensive universities with strengths across the Arts and Humanities, Sciences and Social Sciences. The University sits in a beautiful, historic city where it shares ownership of a World Heritage Site with Durham Cathedral, one of the greatest Romanesque buildings in Western Europe. A collegiate University, Durham recruits outstanding students from across the world and offers an unmatched wider student experience.
Join us as Lecturer in EU Law, and you will discover a wonderful intellectual and social environment in which to make a career. Here, you will explore the frontiers of knowledge.
This is an opportunity to pursue world-leading research into EU law within one of the UK’s highest ranking law schools. From REF2014 to the National Student Survey, our school has an outstanding reputation. You will enhance that reputation, both by producing significant published work for submission to REF2021 and by providing excellent, research-led and small group teaching. We have created a culture in which you will have every opportunity to deliver excellence. You will enjoy an individual research allowance and the flexibility to teach in your room, to your own timetable.
To join us, you will need a good first degree in Law or a cognate discipline, together with a doctorate in European Union law or a cognate area. We will expect you to have a track record of high quality teaching, with the potential to inform curriculum development. Crucially, you have a demonstrable ability - and plan - to carry out research with the potential to shape the disciplinary agenda or create public benefit in terms of individual, societal or economic wellbeing.
If you are an outstanding, enterprising, intellectually curious academic with ambition and a strong sense of collegiality, please do consider applying to Durham University.
Discover more and apply at durham.ac.uk/academictalent.