|Salary:||£43,414 to £51,805 per annum (Grade 8)|
|Placed On:||23rd September 2022|
|Closes:||7th October 2022|
Closing date: 7th October 2022 at 12:00pm (noon)
Liverpool Hope University is a vibrant community with high scholarly standards. We are proud of our past, confident in our present, and ambitious for our future research goals. We submitted over 96% of our Research active staff (colleagues with Significant Responsibility for Research) in thirteen Units of Assessment for REF 2021. All 13 subject units were assessed as having aspects of their work in Internationally Excellent (3*) or World Leading (4*) categories. The subjects submitted were English Language and Literature; Theology and Religious Studies; Psychology; History; Computer Science and Informatics; Nutrition; Sport and Exercise Sciences; Geography and Environmental Studies; Politics and International Studies; Education; Music, Drama, Dance, Performing Arts; Social Work and Social Policy; Art and Design. We are a research-informed teaching University of distinction, our policy is to combine these elements and continue to expand the University’s academic profile. It is in this context that we are recruiting scholars who will join with us in our pursuit of excellence. The opportunities available include the post of:
Senior Lecturer in Law
Our new appointee will contribute to the development of the School of Law and Criminology. We seek applications from those with ambition and drive. Candidates must have a desire to be part of an ambitious, dedicated, and forward-thinking team. For the successful candidates, Liverpool Hope can offer an enriching, supportive and unique environment in which to work. This is a great opportunity for candidates who not only want to develop their own career, but also contribute to the strategic development the School of Law and Criminology, the University and the career aspirations and life chances of future generations of students. The School of Law and Criminology provides a research and practice-informed undergraduate and postgraduate curriculum and a student experience that seeks to prepare students with the knowledge, skills, capabilities, and capacities that will be essential for careers in the legal profession and beyond. The School of Law and Criminology offers 3 and 4 year the undergraduate LLB Honours degree and several BA Major Honours degrees in Law in which Law can be taken in combination with, for example, Criminology, Psychology, Business, Information Systems, English Literature or Politics and International Relations. We also offer the hybrid LLM BY research degrees in Cyber Law and Policy and international Migration and Refugee Law and expect to add LLM by research postgraduate degrees in Counter-Terrorism, Security and the Law and International Trade Law in the near future.
Candidates should have successful experience of undergraduate teaching and student support in the laws of England and Wales and be prepared to contribute to the delivery of any two of our compulsory foundational law subjects. Given our plans for further expansion of existing provision, we would particularly welcome applications from candidates able to offer expertise and experience and lead in the areas of Property Law and Lawyers Skills and Torts. Applications from candidates with experience of legal practice would also be very welcome. Successful candidates should also be able to offer a specialist research-linked optional final year elective subject.
If you join us you will be doing so at an exciting and challenging time as we work to build a liberal arts-inspired University of distinction in the UK.
For an application form and comprehensive recruitment pack, please visit our vacancy webpages by clicking the apply button.
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