Teaching Fellow in Law

University of Portsmouth - Faculty of Business and Law

Interview date: 14 March 2018

The University of Portsmouth is ranked among the top 2% of universities worldwide by the Times Higher Education World University rankings. The School of Law is an ambitious and fast-growing School. It currently comprises 32 members of staff (FTE). Many members of staff are professionally qualified and the School has strong links with the legal profession and with the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators.

The School of Law is an established provider of undergraduate and postgraduate law degrees and has a growing reputation for the breadth of its clinical legal education and innovation in learning and teaching. 

The School is seeking to appoint a part-time Teaching Fellow (0.5 FTE) for a three year fixed term. Applications are invited from candidates who are practitioners with significant expertise in litigation and alternative dispute resolution. Candidates will have the ability to teach courses designed to develop and equip law students with vital professional skills.

The School would welcome applications from those who have either a Masters degree or professional qualifications. You will have drive and a commitment to excellence in learning and teaching. Support to develop teaching skills is available for less experienced staff. 

Informal enquiries may be made to Caroline Strevens, Head of School of Law, 023 9284 4240, email Caroline.Strevens@port.ac.uk or Dr Daniel Bedford, Associate Head of School of Law, 023 9284 4642, email Daniel.bedford@port.ac.uk.

For detailed information about the vacancy, please select this link: ZZ004292 - Teaching Fellow in Law..docx

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