Interested in joining UCL Faculty of Laws? Find out what roles are currently available – and why we might be the best place to take the next step in your career
Working at UCL Faculty of Laws
At the UCL Faculty of Laws, we pride ourselves on our collaborative working environment.
We are one of the leading law schools in the world. Joining our international community of talented researchers means being part of a team that shapes legal and judicial policy, and helps inform legal practice.
Our campus is in central London, the heart of the UK’s government, legal and financial communities. We have a range of teaching spaces and lecture rooms, as well as a law library and common areas for events to support the activities of our research and professional staff.
Work with us - current opportunities
Please check the UCL vacancies page to view current opportunites.
Working at UCL
UCL is a dynamic, global university based in one of the most exciting capital cities in the world. Not only does working at UCL offer the opportunity to work with some of the greatest intellects in the world, it also offers competitive terms, conditions and benefits to its staff. In the 2013 UCL staff survey, 83% of staff would recommend UCL as a good place to work and 86% are proud to work for UCL.
As part of the UCL community you can access free lunch hour lectures, exhibitions and museums and collections. The NUS Extra Card is available to UCL staff as well as students and can provide fantastic savings across a multitude of online and street stores. See here for more information.
In addition to 41 days annual leave (inclusive of public holidays and closure days) and generous pension schemes, UCL provides a number of other staff benefits outlined below.
Following the decision that the United Kingdom will leave the European Union, UCL is keen to support its employees to help secure a right to work or a legal right to permanently live and work in the United Kingdom. For this purpose, UCL is offering an interest free Immigration Loan of up to a maximum amount of £10,000 for eligible employees to obtain immigration law advice and to make certain immigration applications for you and your Immediate Dependant.
UCL benefits and policies apply equally, whatever the sexual orientation and/or gender identity of employees. Benefits and policies relating to employees partners, includes both different sex and same sex partners.