Lecturer (full and part-time) / Senior Lecturer in Law

Oxford Brookes University
April 07, 2024
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Lecturer (full and part-time) / Senior Lecturer in Law

Lecturer: £39,347 rising annually to £42,978 (pro rata) Senior Lecturer: £45,585 rising annually to £56,021 Full Time, Permanent - Academic

School of Law, Oxford Brookes University

● Senior Lecturer in Law (Co-curricular Lead x 1 (permanent)

● Lecturer in Law x 2 (permanent)

Please specify on your application which position you are applying for.

The Senior Lecturer role is for a full-time post; both Lecturer roles can be applied for on a fractional basis.

The School of Law at Oxford Brookes University provides an intellectually stimulating, friendly and supportive environment in which to work and study. As part of its development strategy, the School of Law is seeking to appoint three members of staff at Senior Lecturer and Lecturer levels, to further support its teaching, research and knowledge exchange strategies. The Senior Lecturer post will be for a ‘Co-Curricular Lead' role

Across these three appointments we are seeking candidates who will contribute to our research culture, enhance our student experience and employability strategy, and contribute to teaching particular courses.

Successful candidates will have a record of teaching (or evidence of an ability to teach) students across undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in several current areas of need, such as (but not limited to) Contract, Tort, Land, Equity, Skills/advocacy, English Legal System, Commercial and Company Law.


We are looking for a highly motivated individual, with experience of legal practice, to take a lead on the co-curricular offering for law students at the university. You will need to draw on or develop extensive professional networks, support students in developing their practice related skills, and identify opportunities for the growth and development of co-curricular activities. You will be expected to show leadership and administrative skills in organising events and enhancement activities, as well as contributing to teaching on at least one module as outlined above. The role offers the chance to develop and progress in the education and student experience promotion pathway as part of a highly motivated and supportive team. This post will be particularly attractive to individuals with experience of legal practice seeking to progress their careers in higher education.


Candidates for the Lecturer roles in the School of Law should have PhDs that are completed or nearing submission, or equivalent experience; a demonstrable record of administrative, research, and teaching activity appropriate to career stage that accords with the current needs of the School of Law; and have a developing record of high-quality research outputs and/or knowledge exchange or professional activity.

Interviews are planned for the 25th and 26th April 2023. They will be in person, but can be online if needed.

If you would like to discuss any of these roles, please contact Chara Bakalis, Deputy Head (Strategy and Development), School of Law and Social Sciences - [email protected]

As one of the largest employers in Oxford we pride ourselves in the great experience we offer our staff. You'll be joining a friendly, professional environment where every member of staff is recognised as important to the success of Oxford Brookes University. To find out more about the benefits of working for Oxford Brookes please visit: www. brookes.ac.uk/job- vacancies/working-at-brookes.

At Oxford Brookes, inclusivity is one of our five guiding principles: we take positive steps to make an environment in which we celebrate, value and provide equal opportunity to all. We are committed to recruiting within the widest possible pool and welcome applications of all suitably qualified candidates who embrace our values, regardless of their background.

As a Disability Confident Employer, we guarantee to interview any disabled applicant who meets the essential selection criteria.

Please note that from 4th April 2024 the Lecturer level role may not attract sufficient points to obtain a sponsored Skilled Worker visa under the points- based immigration system due to the increase in minimum salary requirement. However applications are welcome from candidates who don't currently have the right to work in the UK, but who would be eligible to obtain a visa via another route.

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