Free open Job in Wales LLB Law Tutors (part time
The School of Law and Politics at Cardiff University is a centre of world leading legal research. The REF 2014 exercise considered 84% of our research in Law to be world leading or internationally excellent. 80% of research was also deemed “outstanding” for its impact in terms of reach and significance – demonstrative of the strength of collaborative relationships with government, policy makers, industry and commerce, and the impact of research on society and governance.
The School of Law and Politics is a large and friendly School attracting top calibre students from both within the UK and overseas. It has ambitious plans to develop its range of courses both at Undergraduate and Postgraduate levels as well as extending its highly successful Pro Bono programme. The School is the only Russell Group University to offer the full range of undergraduate, postgraduate and professional legal qualifications.
The School of Law and Politics wishes to appoint suitably experienced hourly paid tutors to contribute to the teaching and administration of key modules on its LL.B and LL.M degree programmes. The School seeks tutors able to teach modules on the LL.B including but not limited to: Legal Foundations, Contract Law, Criminal Law, Public Law, Land Law, Tort Law, Human Rights Law, Intellectual Property, Evidence, Discrimination Law, Equity and Trusts, and EU Law. We also seek hourly paid tutors who are able to develop and deliver modules on the LL.M, including but not limited to Shipping Law, Carriage of Goods, World Trade Law, and Social Care Law.
These are variable hour, hourly paid contracts, available from 1 September 2019. Teaching contact time would normally be 2-4 hours weekly for each subject taught or as agreed.
Any queries relating to this post are to be directed to Professor Urfan Khaliq, the Head of the Law Department at HeadOfLaw@cardiff.ac.uk.
Please be aware that Cardiff University reserves the right to close this vacancy early should sufficient applications be received.
Cardiff University’s College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences supports all its constituent Schools to achieve an Athena SWAN Award which recognises good employment practice and a commitment to develop the careers of women working in academia. Cardiff University is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity. For this vacancy, we actively encourage women to apply. We will also consider proposals for flexible working or job share opportunities.