|Salary:||£38,592 to £42,155|
|Placed On:||24th January 2023|
|Closes:||19th February 2023|
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
For over 50 years the University of Strathclyde Law School has been educating lawyers who want to make a difference to today’s world. 81% of our research has been assessed as ‘world-leading’ or ‘internationally excellent’ and our staff are among the top experts in their fields. We focus on learning with impact and want our students not only to have the best classroom based experience but to learn how to deal with real clients in a rapidly changing world.
The Law School provides a vibrant and collegiate working environment. It is committed to high quality research, hosting, inter alia, the One Ocean Hub’s international programme of research for sustainable development (https://www.strath.ac.uk/research/strathclydecentreenvironmentallawgovernance/oneoceanhub/) and five research centres in areas including Antitrust Law; and Environmental Law and Governance. It is committed to the provision of the best possible student experience and is proud to run award-winning Law and Mediation Clinics offering outstanding experiential learning opportunities.
We are seeking a talented individual to augment our current staffing profile in the area of Competition and Internet Law and we are looking to appoint an academic who specialises in these areas, broadly conceived. Research interests and/or teaching experience in the area of Competition and Internet Law would be an advantage but not essential.
The Appointee will generate research of international excellence and will co-ordinate and teach undergraduate (and, as required and appropriate, postgraduate) classes in relevant subject areas. They will contribute to the collegial, supportive and energetic research culture in the law school
Candidates should have or, exceptionally, be close to completing, a PhD (or equivalent) in an appropriate discipline, be able to demonstrate a body of published work in high quality publications and have an ability to secure research funding. Candidates should also possess relevant teaching experience and have outstanding communication and interpersonal skills.
Formal interviews for this post will be held on Monday, 6 March 2023.
Informal enquiries about the post can be directed to Professor Douglas Brodie, Director of People Development, Law School (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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