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Lecturer in Property Law and Practice
Ref. 50060636

Salary
£33,372 to £37,061.60 per annum (Incl. LWA)

Department/School
Liberal Arts and Sciences

Location
Central London


This post is part-time and permanent, working 28 hours per week

Westminster Law School delivers a strong portfolio of undergraduate, postgraduate and professional courses.  Candidates would be joining a strong and supportive team with an established tradition of providing vocational professional education.  

Property Law and Practice is predominantly taught on our professional courses including the LLM in Legal Practice (LPC), MLaw (Integrated Masters) and Cilex courses. Teaching support may be needed on related courses across the undergraduate LLB programme.  We are currently developing new courses to meet the changing market in legal qualification, notably the introduction of SQE. In securing access to the profession for all aspiring lawyers, we have part-time evening courses as well as full-time day courses.

We would like to appoint a permanent member of staff, working on a 0.8 fraction, to join our team. The successful candidate will be expected to work with established colleagues to ensure the operational management and future development of this important subject. All our professional teaching is skills-based and the candidates would also be assisting with the teaching and assessment of such skills as interviewing and advising, research and writing.  We particularly welcome applications from candidates who can contribute to the teaching of Wills and the Administration of Estates and Commercial Property. 

As the teaching will be mainly for students aiming to qualify as lawyers, the post holder will be expected to be a qualified practitioner with experience working in the relevant area.  The successful applicants will support our corporate purpose of being progressive, compassionate, responsible, diverse and inclusive.  Candidates should have excellent communication skills and display sensitivity and adaptability to the learning needs of a wide variety of students.

To apply for this vacancy please click above. Further information can be found in the job description and person specification, which can be accessed through link below. 

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Closing date: midnight on 20 June 2021

Interviews are likely to be held on: 01 July 2021

Administrative contact (for queries only): Recruitment@westminster.ac.uk