The College proposes to appoint a Stipendiary Lecturer in Law from 1 September 2022 for one year in the first instance to teach undergraduates for an average of six contact hours a week.

The candidate must be willing and able to teach Roman Law and Tort as well as possibly Land or Trusts. You will also share the organisation of law teaching in LMH; share the responsibility of acting as personal tutor to law undergraduates (that is, the person responsible for their academic development and academic welfare), and to act as college adviser to some of the graduate members of the College reading for higher degrees in law and related subjects.

You will contribute to pedagogical initiatives aimed at supporting undergraduate law students at LMH and to mark termly college exams. You will take part in the annual admissions procedures for the selection of law undergraduates at LMH, which includes interviewing, and to share the associated administration.

You will take part in the Open Days as well as outreach and access initiatives organised by the College, and contribute and support the promotion of law studies at LMH, including initiatives with alumni and the LMH law society.

The lecturer will be paid on the stipendiary lecturers’ scale (£13,962 to £15,703 for 6 hours at current rates), with entitlement to join USS and some meals without charge during University terms. You will also be entitled to a research allowance and many other additional benefits.

Further particulars can be obtained from Jo White (HR Officer) or by downloading from the website at . The closing date for applications is noon on Friday 27 May 2022.

Lady Margaret Hall is an Equal Opportunities Employer