Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Law
Location: City Site
Closing date: 12/11/2021
Salary : Grade H/I (£34,304 - £50,296 p.a.)
Employment type: Permanent
Department: Academic Schools
School/Section : Nottingham Law School
Lecturer Salary from £34,304 p.a
Senior Lecturer Salary from £39,739 p.a
Given the nature of the role, some weekend work and travel may be required subject to the needs of the business.
Nottingham Law School is one of the leading providers of academic and professional legal education in the country with an established record of delivering innovative and transformational courses. We are one of the largest law schools in the UK, offering a range of undergraduate degrees, academic and practitioner taught postgraduate courses and a strong research degrees programme. The School has over 100 academic staff and in excess of 2,500 students of whom over 500 are students studying on postgraduate or practitioner courses.
The School has built a reputation for excellence in the provision of legal education and in shaping the careers of solicitors, barristers and legal practitioners at both a national and international level.
In addition to our research expertise, we have long established links with policy makers, professional bodies and leading law firms, including a growing number of significant international associations. We have an extensive record of delivery of excellent bespoke training programmes for practitioners and professional bodies and have strengths in commissioned research, both in the UK and overseas.
We are looking to appoint a number of Lecturers or Senior Lecturers (depending on experience) to teach on the Legal Practice Course, the Solicitors Qualifying Examination preparation courses, the Barristers Training Course and our undergraduate courses. There will also be opportunities for new appointees to teach on our practitioner courses. An undergraduate degree and professional qualification as a solicitor or barrister or chartered legal executive (FCILEX) or trade mark attorney or patent attorney in the jurisdiction of England and Wales is essential.
We welcome applications from candidates in all legal subjects and in particular, those areas identified below:
Property Law and Practice
If you are in the early stages of an academic career and are considering joining NTU, then our Early Career Academic Development Programme could be just right for you
If you are considering joining NTU as a Senior Lecturer you will benefit from our Senior Lecturer Career Framework, which recognises and rewards you based on your performance, contribution and achievement, and offers the opportunity of faster salary progression compared to the industry average
NTU offers employees an attractive pension and benefits package, including generous annual leave allowances.
Interview date: Week commencing Monday 22 November 2021.
If you have any specific queries in relation to these positions, please contact:
Rachel Rowley, Head of Postgraduate Portfolio, Nottingham Law School via email on email@example.com or
Helen Hudson, Head of Undergraduate Portfolio, Nottingham Law School via email firstname.lastname@example.org
Successful applicants will usually be appointed to the base of the advertised salary grade, except in justifiable circumstances.
NTU prides itself on being an inclusive employer. We value and celebrate equality in opportunities, and we welcome applications from people who reflect the diversity of our communities.
This role is open to non-UK/Irish applicants subject to current UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) rules. Please ensure that you have the appropriate right to work in the UK for this role and consult the Home Office website for further information.
We’re proud of how far we’ve come. With a shared vision, we are a community of more than 4,000 colleagues, all committed to our goal of becoming ‘the university of the future’. Do you have the passion to help us to go even further?
Please note that this role is covered by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (1974) and successful applicants will be asked to declare any unspent criminal convictions.