|Location:||London, Work from home|
|Salary:||From £26,166.60 per annum (incl.LWA)|
|Placed On:||9th December 2022|
|Closes:||4th January 2023|
This post is part-time, 21 hours per week and fixed term until July 2025.
The post can involve an element of flexible and home working.
The University of Westminster Legal Advice Clinic, part of the Law School, is seeking to recruit a Lecturer to conduct casework and supervise students involved in our acclaimed Windrush Justice Clinic project. Previous relevant professional experience is therefore important. We are looking for someone committed and approachable who can help develop this important project, liaise with our Windrush Justice Clinic external partners and conduct associated policy and research work. There will also likely be opportunities to teach across the Law School, depending on expertise.
The University of Westminster Legal Advice Clinic is a busy clinic offering a variety of student-led legal services to members of the public and the local community. We offer advice in the areas of employment, housing, family and immigration law as well as the Windrush Justice Clinic project. The Clinic is staffed by the Director, 3 administrative support staff and 8 part time visiting lecturers. During an average academic year, we advise over 100 clients and approximately 150 law students can be involved in the Clinic at any one time. Some students are assessed on their work in the Clinic as part of their course. The Windrush Justice Clinic is an award-winning project run across a network of organisations. The WJC at the University of Westminster advises and assists members of the public with their compensation claims. Students work on cases under supervision.
For further information and to apply for this post, please click 'Apply' and you will be redirected to our website.
At the University of Westminster, diversity, inclusion and equality of opportunity are at the core of how we engage with students, colleagues, applicants, visitors and all our stakeholders.
We are fully committed to enabling a supportive and safe learning and working environment which is equitable, diverse and inclusive, is based on mutual respect and trust, and in which harassment and discrimination are neither tolerated nor acceptable.
The University has adopted Smart Working principles to support and further our Equality, Diversity and Inclusion aims of being an inclusive, collaborative and flexible employer. Further details of Smart Working can be discussed at interview stage.
Closing date: midnight on 04 January 2023
Interviews are likely to be held on: 18 January 2023
Administrative contact (for queries only): Recruitment@westminster.ac.uk
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