Lecturer in Law and Human Rights

Sheffield Hallam University

Faculty of Development and Society

The Helena Kennedy Centre for International Justice

Closing date: 15/01/17 at 23.30pm

The Helena Kennedy Centre has a dynamic staff group with a broad portfolio of teaching, research, project work and scholarly activities that cut across the subject areas of law, criminology, human rights and social justice. We are based in the new innovative Heart of the Campus building that houses a specialist moot court and a clinical teaching suite.

We are looking for an inspirational lecturer with a commitment to enhance the student experience. You will work with students across the undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in human rights focused modules. You will have the ability to help develop our human rights and social justice work, and to be able to teach in a variety of areas within the programme.

You will have some experience of teaching and researching in the subject area. We are particularly interested in candidates with current knowledge and understanding of critical, practical and theoretical issues relevant to the teaching of human rights such as gender violence, torture, trafficking, child protection or policing. A good honours degree in a relevant subject is essential.

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Law

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Northern England