Lectureships in Law
London School of Economics and Political Science - Department of Law
£40,323-£46,710 pa inclusive
The Department of Law at the London School of Economics was rated as the best law department in the country by the Research Assessment Exercise 2008. To support our undergraduate and postgraduate teaching programmes and to strengthen our research profile, we are now seeking to appoint at least two lecturers in Law.
For these posts, we invite applications from candidates with teaching experience and evidence of a strong research potential in one or more of the following areas: International Law (preferably International Economic Law), Torts, Employment Law and IT Law.
You will contribute to the scholarship and intellectual life of the School by conducting research which will enhance the School's high reputation as a research-led teaching institution. We encourage the development of teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels and all members of the Department's academic staff are expected to contribute to core undergraduate teaching.
A PhD (completed or soon to be completed) or commensurate experience is essential. Appointments will commence on 1 September 2011 or as soon as possible thereafter.
For further information about the Department see http://www/lse.ac.uk/law
To apply for this post please go to www.lse.ac.uk/JobsatLSE and select "Visit the ONLINE RECRUITMENT SYSTEM web page". If you have any queries about applying on the online system, please call 020 7955 7859 or email email@example.com quoting reference LEC/10/15. We value diversity and wish to promote equality at all levels.
The closing date for receipt of applications is Monday 10 January 2011 (11.59pm, UK time). Regrettably, we are unable to accept any late applications.
Interviews will be held on 22 February 2011.
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Tuesday, December 14, 2010
Job Opening: LSE (Lecturer)
The London School of Economics Department of Law is seeking to hire a lecturer in International Law (preferably International Economic Law). Here's the advertisement: