UCL Faculty of Laws appointing Lecturers in Law
24 February 2021
UCL Faculty of Laws is looking to appoint as Lecturers in Law outstanding candidates with research interests and teaching expertise who will be able to contribute to the Faculty’s development and advancement of one or more areas of law.
UCL Laws is seeking to appoint Lecturers in Law. We are particularly interested in candidates who have research interests and/or teaching expertise in the following areas:
- Access to Justice
- Competition Law
- Corporate and Financial law (including corporate insolvency, international finance law, and cross-border mergers and acquisitions)
- Health Law
- Private Law (including the law of tort)
- Property law (including the law of real property, personal property, and trusts)
The successful candidates will be under the responsibility of the Vice Dean (Staffing).
We welcome applications from early career scholars for these posts, including those who have recently completed their PhDs in Law or a relevant subject, or those who will have submitted their PhD theses in Law or a relevant subject by July 2021 (with an expectation that any PhD viva takes place before 31 September 2021). We also welcome applications from Black, Asian, and ethnic minority applicants who are underrepresented in the Faculty at Grade 8.
Closing Date: 18 March 2021, 23:59
Interview date: TBC
To view the Job Description and Person Specification and to apply, click the link below.
If you have any questions about the roles or the application process, please get in touch with the Vice Dean (Staffing), Professor Steven Vaughan: firstname.lastname@example.org.