Visiting Lecturers in Law

University of Hertfordshire - School of Law

The School of Law, Criminology and Political Science is one of the most innovative in the country, based in the £10m Law Court Building on the University’s de Havilland campus, which includes state-of-the-art teaching facilities, a full scale replica Crown Court Room, as well as a bespoke Mediation Centre. Our students consistently provide excellent feedback about their education experience. We pride ourselves on bring at the forefront of digital learning, delivering a truly innovative learning and teaching experience coupled with practical hands-on experience exemplified through our unique credit bearing co-curricular courses and evidenced through the number of students graduating with good honours degrees and strong employability rates of 98.5%.

The following opportunity is currently available: Visiting Lecturers in Law

You should have knowledge and experience in teaching the following: 

  • Equity and Trusts
  • Constitutional and Administrative Law

Applications will be welcomed from those with a relevant postgraduate qualification (minimum of a relevant Master’s degree) and previous teaching experience. Teaching will begin in Semester B (January 2017).

Informal queries can be directed to Kevin Rogers (Associate Dean (Academic Quality Assurance)) at: K.Rogers@herts.ac.uk.

Please do not apply online. To apply, please email a current CV and covering letter to Anya Boucher (EA to the Dean of School) at A.Boucher@herts.ac.uk and quote reference number 014241

The University is required to meet UKVI visa regulations. Applicants who do not currently have the right to work in the UK will have to satisfy UKVI regulations before they can be appointed.

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South East England