University of Cambridge, Faculty of Law

Spencer-Fairest Teaching Fellowship in Law

Selwyn College CambridgeApplications are invited for the first Spencer-Fairest Teaching Fellowship in Law for an initial period of five years from 1 October 2013. The first ten months will constitute a probationary period. The appointment is renewable for further periods of five years until the normal retiring age of 67. The post is unrestricted as to subject, but preference may be given to candidates specialising in Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, European Union Law, Land Law and Public International Law. Candidates will be expected to be active in research in any area of Law, but should be able to teach at least two of the courses within the Law Tripos for which regular supervisions are required. Information about the Law Faculty may be found at and details of the Tripos subjects at

The pensionable stipend will be in the range £31,331 - £35,244.

Further particulars and the application form are available on the College website:

Applications should be sent to the Master’s Assistant by 5pm on Monday 18 February 2013. Candidates should also arrange for two confidential references to be sent to the Master's Assistant by the same date.

It is expected that interviews will be held on 19 March 2013.

Faculty of Law