Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons to enable the School of Law to compile a register of Tutors. A list of subject areas for which applications are invited is set out below:
- European Constitutional Law
- Constitutional Law in Context
- Legal Methods and Skills
- European Internal Market Law
- Rights and Accountability
- Criminal Law
- Land Law
The minimum essential criterion is a second-class Undergraduate Law degree (or equivalent) or a Postgraduate Law degree. Previous experience of Undergraduate Law teaching and study towards a research degree in Law are desirable.
Those who have previously been engaged as a University Tutor in the School of Law must re-apply to be considered for the academic year 2018/19.
Successful applicants will be fully responsible for the delivery of teaching and conduct of assessment to agreed standards. They will be engaged under a contract for services and will not be employees of the University.
Interested individuals are requested to submit a completed application form to email@example.com by Friday, 20th July. Full details on the rates of pay and the University Policy and Guidance on Teaching Support are available here.