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Lecturer (Teaching) in Law

University of Worcester - School of Law

Location: Worcester
Salary: £34,304 to £38,587
Hours: Part Time
Contract Type: Permanent
Placed On: 8th September 2021
Closes: 10th October 2021
Job Ref: SH2104

The University of Worcester is seeking a Lecturer (Teaching) to join the School of Law on a permanent and part-time basis working 15 hours per week.

We aim to ensure that our law students are offered an outstanding student experience, and the successful applicant will be able to demonstrate a commitment to ensuring that they are able to contribute to this aspiration in a very practical, flexible and dynamic way. Our vision is to deliver high quality, professionally accredited law degrees with excellent and innovative teaching and outstanding student satisfaction. Our Law programmes are all designed to produce employable, successful, commercially aware graduates who make a meaningful contribution to society.

The successful applicant will form part of a small, enthusiastic and motivated team delivering the LLB and LLM Programmes at the School of Law. They will be required to teach at least one of the Foundations of Legal Knowledge subjects on the LLB, and to contribute to the teaching in other areas of the curriculum. The post holder will also be expected to fully engage with admissions and outreach activities, which will involve evening and weekend working from time to time. The successful candidate will also be expected to engage in scholarly activity.

Informal queries in relation to this vacancy are welcome, and should be directed to Bill Davies, Head of Law at

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