|Salary:||£53,348 to £60,022 Grade, level 7/8/9, £36,382- £44,927/£44,706 - £51,799/£53,348 - £60,022 per annum|
|Placed On:||15th December 2021|
|Closes:||17th January 2022|
The School of Law seeks to appoint to one post in Property Law at either Lecturer or Senior Lecturer level.
A core element of the role will be to teach Scots Property Law as part of the Scots Law LLB and to contribute to the development of this fundamental area of private law scholarship. While ability and willingness to teach core courses in Scots property law is essential, we welcome applicants from a range of jurisdictions and in particular those with experience in comparative property law.
The successful applicant will work within a vibrant community of private law researchers, with broad interests from historical, philosophical, doctrinal and policy perspectives. In addition to teaching on the Scots Law LLB, there may be opportunities to contribute to the Common Law LLB.
The School of Law is ranked 33rd amongst law schools globally in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2021. It is a centre for innovative world leading research and excellence in education. We are proud to be an international law school with a rich heritage. Law was one of the four original faculties established by the University upon its founding in 1451. The subject has been taught continuously since 1714. Today, we teach students from over 30 countries with a staff from across the world.
The successful candidate will hold a Scottish Credit and Qualification Framework level 12 (PhD) or equivalent professional experience in a similar or related role.
This post is on a full-time (35 hours per week), open-ended basis.
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