Lecturer in Law

Thank you for your interest in the role of Lecturer in Law at Regent’s University London.

Starting salary range: from £17,687 to £18,615 per annum dependent on skills, experience and qualifications
Grade: H
Hours: 17.5 per week
Contract type:
Vacancy Reference: RC18/89/HAS

The University seeks to employ a permanent lecturer to teach classes in business law, contract, tort, media law, intellectual property law and general common law based modules to non-law undergraduate and postgraduate students across the University. Additional knowledge of international law, EU law and human rights would be advantageous.

Key responsibilities include delivering lectures, seminars, workshops and tutorials on relevant legal subjects. Supervision of students’ research and dissertation may also be required, as is setting, assessing and processing written and other coursework. The post holder will be responsible for accurately recording student attendance and entering data on our student database, SITS. They will also assist the course leader, as appropriate in preparing documents for the purpose of accreditation and validation of programmes.

The successful applicant will have a postgraduate degree in a field relevant to law, experience of teaching in an HE environment and relevant subject knowledge and experience. A postgraduate certificate in higher education and/or FHEA status would also be advantageous. 

Link - Job Description and Person Specification

How to apply
Please email your CV and supporting statement by the stated deadline to recruitment@regents.ac.uk.

Within your application, please state the vacancy you wish to apply for and provide us with a supporting statement outlining your skills and experience against the Person Specification. 

Closing date: Midday, Thursday 16 August 2018
Selection Date(s): Tuesday 28 August 2018 (PM)

Regent’s University London are an Equal Opportunities employer.

Regent's University London is committed to attracting and retaining the best academic and professional services staff, to deliver our academic vision and to support all areas of the University. 

Please click here to find out more about our benefits package. 

List of benefits

Regent’s University London is independent and not-for-profit. It has a clear sense of purpose: to ensure that it can offer an unparalleled standard of teaching to an intimate yet global community of students in an exceptional campus environment. Situated in the heart of a Royal Park in central London, Regent’s gained University status in 2013 when it was awarded taught-degree awarding powers. In an increasingly crowded higher education market, Regent’s University London aims to cultivate a scholarly environment which combines intimacy and close personal focus, with a uniquely global perspective.

Regent’s University London places great emphasis on providing a dynamic learning and research-informed environment. Students are taught in small groups, benefitting from high contact hours and close pedagogic bonds with their tutors that is further enhanced by the interactive virtual learning environment. Regent’s aims to create a learning environment which is comfortable, intimate, safe and supportive that encourages active learning.

Unlike many UK universities, Regent’s offers a range of degrees at undergraduate and postgraduate level, both conforming to the typical British bachelor’s and master’s degree format and also to American and international standards. In many cases, this allows its students the best of both worlds: flexibility of learning and the opportunity to study in one of the world’s foremost centres of cultural and commercial hubs – London. 

Regent’s University London graduates enjoy one of the highest graduate employability levels and are highly sought after, attracting average salaries substantially above the norm.  Alumni now occupy key roles in a wide variety of business, commercial, media, governmental and public service organisations.