Stipendiary Lectureship in Private Law (Jurisprudence)


Stipendiary Lectureship in Private Law

Pembroke College wishes to appoint a four-hour Stipendiary Lecturer in Private Law for the academic year 2018-19, from 1 September for one year. The Lecturer will be required to undertake an average of four hours of teaching per week to undergraduates reading Jurisprudence (Law). The College expects applicants to be able to teach the following:

  • Contract Law

  • Land Law

An ability to conduct some revision in trusts law would be an advantage.

Some details of the Contract, Land and Trusts Law Courses can be found in the following location: More information can be provided on request.

In addition to the tutorial teaching, the Lecturer will lead classes and moots, and be expected to take part in undergraduate admissions and open days, to help with course organization and administration, and with pastoral duties.

The successful candidate should have a doctorate, or be in the second year at least of doctoral research; should preferably have teaching experience, and a willingness to participate in administrative activities and the pastoral oversight of undergraduates. 

The stipend will be in the range £8,832 - £9,933 depending on experience and qualifications.  This is a fixed term career development post aimed at offering early career academics the opportunity to gain experience in teaching and administration.  The successful post-holder will benefit from mentoring, an individually agreed personal development plan and a personal research allowance of £515.  You will also receive a tutors’ allowance of £206, shared use of a teaching room, and an entitlement to take two lunches and dinners per week in College throughout the year.  All salary and stipend figures are 2017-18 rates and are subject to annual uplift.

Further particulars are available below.

Applicants should submit their curriculum vitae and a covering letter electronically to the Academic Office ( by 12 noon on Friday 23rd March 2018.  Please also ask two referees to send references by the same deadline.  

Relevant Documents

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 Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form - The completion of this form is voluntary, but appreciated.

 Policy statement on the recruitment of ex-offenders

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Please let us know if you believe there are any reasonable adjustments we should be making to assist you with your application. If you feel that you have a disability which may affect your application, please let us know. Please also let us know of any reasonable adjustments that we would need to make for you to attend an interview.