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Saturday, 13 January 2018

Trinity HallTrinity Hall invites applications from suitably qualified candidates for the John Collier Fellowship and College Lectureship in Law. (This post has been created with the generous support of the College's alumni as a tribute to the late Mr John Collier, a Trinity Hall Law Fellow for almost four decades.)

The appointment will take effect from September 2018 and is permanent.

The successful applicant will be expected to:

  1. Provide tuition in two large subjects within the undergraduate Law curriculum;
  2. To be research-active and participate fully in the University of Cambridge Faculty of Law's research assessment exercises;
  3. To act as a Director of Studies in Law; and
  4. Participate fully in wider Law-related activities within Trinity Hall and the Faculty of Law.

Stipend: c £35,000 p.a. (pensionable). Remuneration will also be available for directing studies, at a fixed rate of (currently) £563 p.a. plus a per capita payment for the number of students taught.

For further particulars and application information, please refer to the Trinity Hall website.