Associate Professorship of Law in association with a Tutorial Fellowship in Law, St Edmund Hall

Deadline date: Midday on 11 April 2023

Applications are invited for the post of Associate Professor of Law in the Faculty of Law at the University of Oxford. The successful candidate will also be appointed to a Tutorial Fellowship at St Edmund Hall.

The appointment will initially be for five years at which point, upon completion of a successful review, the post holder will be eligible for reappointment to retirement age.

The appointee will have, or be on the way to establishing, a record of internationally recognised scholarship and research and will be required to provide a high standard of teaching at both under­graduate and postgraduate levels, including the supervision of research students.

The successful candidate will be expected to engage in advanced study and research in Law, and to give high quality tutorials, classes, lectures, and supervision at both undergraduate and graduate levels. For the College, teaching is sought in two of the following subjects:  Roman law, contract law, land law, trusts. Applications are particularly sought by the Faculty from those who have research interests and teaching experience in at least one of the following areas: Civil Procedure, Conflicts of Law, Legal History.

The Faculty and College offer an exciting research and teaching environment and an attractive financial package to the successful applicant. Salary range between £50,300 – £67,541 per annum plus additional benefits.

Please refer to the Further Particulars for details of the wider benefits offered by the University and St Edmund Hall.

Associate Professors who are awarded the title of full professor may receive from the University an additional salary payment of £2,931 per annum.

Closing date for applications is midday on 11 April 2023, details on how to apply and a copy of the further particulars can be found here:

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