Professor Rebecca Williams (Law Admissions Coordinator) is looking for 40+ markers to help with LNAT essay marking in the latter half of October.  The work is available to members of the Faculty who are graduate research students, stipendiary lecturers and junior research fellows. 

Markers will use ‘No More Marking’ software to under ‘comparative judgement’ marking of LNAT essays. This is an entirely online process and you can log-in and out of the system when it suits you.  You will be working with a set of marking criteria and will be given training in both how to evaluate LNAT essays and how to use the software before we go live. Training is compulsory for any marker who not previously completed No More Marking training.

Duration and hours

Marking work is measured by marking load. Each marker will be expected to complete 12 workpackets, where one workpacket comprises 20 essay comparisons. It is expected that each workpacket will take one hour to complete, therefore the expected total time commitment is 12 hours, which will be spread over 11 days. Payment will be made upon submission of an approved timesheet.

Start date: The training session will be held on line at 12 noon on Thursday 21st October (on MS Teams). If you cannot attend at this time, please contact Emma White (

Essays are expected to be available for marking on Friday 22nd October and all marking must completed by 9am Monday 1st November


The Faculty LNAT Markers will report to Rebecca Williams.


  • A general understanding of the field of law is essential
  • Good IT skills are essential.
  • The work can be done in any place where you have access to a good internet service.


This position is open to members of the Law Faculty who are current graduate students, stipendiary lecturers and junior research fellows, and the hours are in line with the restrictions on working hours for students. 

We would like to highlight that although it is technically possible to be both a Faculty and a College LNAT marker, the workload would be tough and there are tight deadlines in which to have completed the work, so it is not recommended.

Rate of Pay

This work will be paid at Grade 5, at the rate of £14.71 per hour (plus holiday pay of £1.78 per hour worked, so a total of £16.49/hour).

How to Apply

Please complete this form:  

The deadline for applying is 20th October, and we will operate a rolling recruitment until this date

By completing the form you are confirming you are available for the entire period. Informal enquiries may be emailed to