Job: lectureship in healthcare law and ethics at Keele

Lecturer in Law
Keele University-School of Law
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

Two Posts

Salary in the range: Grade 7a/8 £32,267 – £45,941

We have the following exciting opportunities to join a successful group of research active staff and to play a crucial part in the next phase of the development of this internationally recognised and distinctive School of Law.

You will join a School with a strong track record of research excellence. Established areas of research strength lie in Gender, Sexuality and Law, Healthcare Law and Ethics, International Law and Globalisation and Legal Education and Professional Practice, with excellent smaller groups working in Private Law Theory, Property and Crime. In addition to offering three qualifying Law degree pathways, the School also offers seven postgraduate taught programmes, including a new International Law LLM having just been launched in 2013.

We are seeking to appoint two highly ambitious individuals with excellent research potential and ability to make a strong contribution to the delivery of core undergraduate Law modules and to teach on our developing suite of high-quality postgraduate programmes within the School of Law. We have a need to strengthen our existing team in Healthcare Law and Ethics and so, for one of the posts, are looking to appoint an individual with an ability to make a strong contribution to modules and programmes in Healthcare Law and Ethics.

For informal enquiries for all roles, please contact, Professor Andrew Francis, Head of School on 01782 733222 or email: a.m.francis [at]

Closing date for applications: 17 June 2013

It is intended that interviews will be held mid-end June 2013.

Post reference: AC13/22


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