|£39,347- £44,263 per annum (Grade 6) or £49,794 - £54,395 per annum (Grade 7)
|1st December 2023
|5th January 2024
Lecturers in Professional Law (Teaching & Scholarship) - Cardiff Professional Legal Studies
Cardiff Professional Legal Studies (CPLS) is the department within the School of Law and Politics which currently offers the Graduate Diploma in Law, Legal Practice Course and Bar Training Course - postgraduate routes to professional qualification for solicitors and barristers. Cardiff University is the only Russell Group University to offer all of these courses. CPLS also provides nationwide assessment of Duty Solicitors, Police Station Representatives, and expert witnesses. Its courses – which are delivered by professionally qualified staff - are well established, highly regarded within the profession and command excellent levels of satisfaction from students.
The School wishes to appoint two suitably qualified lecturers able to contribute to the teaching of all of its programmes but focussed on the courses delivered by CPLS. The ability to teach on one or more vocational subjects on the Bar Training Course and/or Legal Practice Course is essential, as is the ability to deliver legal skills training. We are particularly interested in applicants able to teach business and/or civil litigation modules.
These positions are full time (35 hours per week), open ended and available immediately.
£39,347- £44,263 per annum (Grade 6) or
£49,794 - £54,395 per annum (Grade 7)
Any queries relating to these posts are to be directed to Byron Jones the Head of CPLS, at JonesBL@cardiff.ac.uk
Website : http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/law-politics
Closing date: Friday, 5 January 2024
Cardiff University is committed to supporting and promoting equality and diversity and to creating an inclusive working environment. We believe this can be achieved through attracting, developing, and retaining a diverse range of staff from many different backgrounds. We therefore welcome applicants from all sections of the community regardless of sex, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation, trans identity, relationship status, religion or belief, caring responsibilities, or age. We especially welcome and encourage applications from those from under-represented groups within the University workforce, such as those who identify as LGBT + BAME or those with disabilities. In supporting our employees to achieve a balance between their work and their personal lives, we will also consider proposals for flexible working or job share arrangements.
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