Senior Lecturer in Law (IP, Constitutional, Administrative or Criminal Law)
JOB ID: 170133
SALARY RANGE: $110,906 to $127,681 pa (plus 17% super)
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full-time (36.75 hours per week) and continuing
LOCATION: Melbourne Burwood Campus
ABOUT THE ROLE
Deakin Law School has undertaken a substantial investment in enhancing capability by recruiting exceptional academic educated at universities including Harvard, Stanford, Oxford, UC Berkeley and Michigan. These scholars bring a wealth of real-world experience and an ambitious research agenda. We are seeking to build on that transformational process by recruiting academics with expertise in:
- IP Law
- Administrative Law
- Criminal Law
- Constitutional Law.
This will include:
- Teaching allocated courses.
- Undertaking and publishing high-quality research in internationally ranked journals.
- Actively contributing to the development of the School’s research agenda, including a strong performance in Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA).
- Participating in competitive external research funding activities.
Candidates will have a relevant Ph.D/terminal degree from an excellent international law school; a demonstrated commitment to quality teaching; and a record of publications in high quality academic journals.
For a full list of the selection criteria please see the position description
CONTACT FOR FURTHER INFORMATION:
Professor Sandeep Gopalan
Dean, Deakin Law School
Telephone +61 3 9251 7707
CLOSING DATE: Sunday 26 March 2017
We value our staff and understand that they are more than just their jobs, that's why we offer benefits that enhance work life. Further information on Deakin’s workplace benefits can be found here: deakin.edu.au/about-deakin/work-at-deakin/why-work-at-deakin/staff-benefits
For a full copy of the position description and to apply online, please visit deakin.edu.au/about-deakin/work-at-deakin
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